Palos Community Hospital Registered Nurse -12 Hours-CVU Sign On Bonus Eligible in United States
When you join the health care team at Palos Health, you become part of a leading organization filled with dedicated people who are committed to a strong tradition of clinical excellence, respect for patients, and an emphasis on wellness.
To ensure our ongoing success, we insist on selecting the highest caliber, most compassionate, committed and talented individuals to be members of our team. Becoming part of Palos means embracing “CARE,” our organization's Culture of Excellence and providing the very best Health Care Experience for our patients, visitors, physicians and co-workers.
Compassion And Respect = Excellence At Palos, we believe it is every employee’s responsibility to create and sustain a vibrant service culture and provide an extraordinary experience for all those with whom we interact. We achieve this by demonstrating without fail our respect for every individual, our respect for the dignity of all human life, and our respect for each other through compassionate human response.
Delivering an exceptional experience for our patients and visitors is a priority for everyone at Palos, so we all share a unified attitude of caring for our patients, visitors and each other. That’s what the CARE Program is all about. The CARE Program components include: Education, Service Standards, Measurement, Recognition and Service Recovery. Each one of us is accountable to build our culture of CARE into our everyday work environment.
In order to attract and retain the most qualified employees, Palos provides a competitive salary that is annually bench-marked against a variety of market indicators, ensuring that pay remains competitive.
At Palos, we recognize that everyone’s needs are different. We embrace those differences by offering benefits and plans to meet your individual and family needs. Some of the important benefits are:
Life Insurance and Dependent Life
Annual Employee Physical
Long-Term Disability Insurance (Full-Time Employees)
Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
Retirement Plan with employer matching contributions
The registered professional nurse assumes accountability for the nursing care of a patient. The nurse performs the primary functions of assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating the care of his/her patients.
Must be registered in Illinois. Minimum of 2 years Critical Care experience required. Open Heart experience preferred.