Indiana University Health Registered Nurse - Medical Surgical, Acute Care 6 in Lafayette, Indiana
Acute Care 6 Vision Statement
“Our team leads transformation of Medical-Surgical patients by focusing on Quality providing safe, evidence-based care, Innovation & Education, providing the best care of our patients and each other despite the odds & embracing new and existing staff through orientation and beyond, and creating a Healthy Work Environment striving to be a unit with the healthiest culture”
We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity available on our Medical-Surgical Acute Care 6 (AC6) unit at Arnett Hospital! This stepdown unit provides hands on care for both complex medical and surgical patients with a multitude of co-morbidities. Our post-surgical care includes (but not limited to): mastectomy, colectomy, gastric-sleeve, gastric bypass. Our medical care comprises a majority of our patient population and includes (but not limited to): chest pain, COPD exacerbation, pneumonia, COVID-19, altered mental status, small bowel obstructions, and much more!
Our nurses have the opportunity to use their nursing skills and experience to make an immediate impact on our patient's lives. We are a team-driven atmosphere encompassed with talent, skills, professional development, and beyond! We partner with multiple units to give our nurses additional growth and development opportunities to enhance their practice.
Being an IU Health nurse means building a professional nursing career crafted with competitive benefits, a culture that accepts your outstanding strengths, and supports your goals. Are you seeking an organization where you can engage expertly, develop clinical expertise, embrace learning, cultivate new relationships, and fuel your spirit of inquiry? Then, apply now.
Experienced RN and New Graduates Welcome to Apply!
Requires an Associates of Nursing (ASN)
Requires current state of Indiana license as Registered Nurse.
Requires that the RN has graduated from a nationally accredited nursing program.
Requires Basic Life Support certification through the AHA.
Other advanced Life Support certifications may be required per unit/department specialty according to patient care policies