Indiana University Health Registered Nurse- Center of Hope in Muncie, Indiana
Are you ready for the most challenging and meaningful work of your life?
IU Health is seeking expert RN’s who will have the opportunity to collaborate with the brightest minds in medicine. At IU Health, you will learn and develop in meaningful ways, advancing healthcare for all. Being an IU Health nurse means building a professional nursing career designed by you, with competitive benefits, a culture that embraces your outstanding strengths, and supports your personal and professional goals. If you are seeking an organization where you can engage expertly, develop clinical expertise, embrace learning, foster new relationships, and fuel your spirit of inquiry, join us as we fulfill Our Promise of 'The Best Care, Designed for you'.
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Indiana University Health has exciting nursing opportunities in our East Central Region Center of Hope. Our magnet-designated hospital specializes in multi-specialty patients.
Center of Hope:
Serves all victims of violent crimes who present to our Hospital.
Intimate Partner Violence (IVP)
Child Neglect/Physical Abuse
Elder and Vulnerable Person Abuse/Neglect
Our COH Nurses primarily work in the Emergency Department, but respond to all areas of the hospital when needed. COH Nurses collaborate with law enforcement to collect specimens for legal purposes. COH Nurses provide medical/forensic care that is tailored to each patient. COH Nurses provide education to patients and referrals to multiple community partners. Additionally, COH Nurses partner with our Trauma Program to provide child passenger safety car seat inspections and fittings.
Requires an Associate of Nursing (ASN); Bachelors of Nursing (BSN) preferred.
Requires that the RN has graduated from a nationally accredited nursing program.
Requires current state of Indiana license as a Registered Nurse.
Requires at least 2 years of nursing experience.
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.