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University Hospital - Transplant Intensive Care Unit - NIGHTS - PO#1080053265; CC#101776
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IN - University Hospital - Transplant Intensive Care Unit - NIGHTS - PO#1080053265; CC#101776 Nights Certification Requirements General: ACLS, BLS Nursing: No Certifications Needed Dialysis: No Certifications Needed • Prefer 2-4 years experience in a large academic medical center. • Must be willing to work in high acuity Medical/Surgical ICUs; Nurse to patient ratio of 1:2 • Experience in charting with Cerner • Candidates must be willing to work day/night shift, weekend, and holiday hours • Credentials must include BLS, ACLS with BSN preferred Will potentially float to other units (SICU/MICU/MPCU/SPCU) **Must be filter trainedCommentsPlease note: IU Health will not accept candidates who are current employees or have been employed with IU Health within the last 6 months from the current date. RN's submitted without a current IN license will not be considered. IU Health is a Medefis consolidated billing client and uses Electronic Data Timekeeping. All employees must log in and out of the time management system. The report generated is the only item that will be used for invoicing. Deviations are not accepted and failure to log in/out will result in no reimbursement. **** All submitted RN's must have graduated from an ACEN and/or CCNE accredited nursing program. The program must have been accredited before the candidate graduated. You can verify at the following websites:http://www.acenursing.us/accreditedprograms/programSearch.htmhttp://directory.ccnecommunity.org/reports/accprog.asp ****IU Health recognizes the 6 major holidays: ChristmasNew YearsJuly 4thLabor DayMemorial DayThanksgivingPlease address all questions through the Medefis messaging system or contact Kevin Koester or Morgan Davenport directly.
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