Registered Nurse (RN) - Neuro Days
Tucson Medical Center (TMC) is Tucson’s only non-profit community owned hospital. Employees choose to work at TMC because of our of integrity, community, dedication, and compassion which we show through the exceptional care we provide to our patients and our community. Our passion for caring for the Tucson community has expanded over the last to include community partnerships, new medical specialties, and medical clinics to further provide the care our community deserves.
Why Join Tucson Medical Center?
We don’t only care for our patients, we care for our TMC family too. As a member of our family you can expect to enjoy a wide variety of benefits. In addition to all the benefits you would expect from a leading medical facility (medical, dental, vision, 401K with match) we also provide:
- Family Style Atmosphere with a Supportive Team
- Competitive Pay
- Career Growth Opportunities
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Health and Wellness Coaching
- Extensive Onsite Gym for $12.00 a Month
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If you are looking for a fast-paced work environment with a variety of professional opportunities, consider a career as a neurology nurse at TMC. As a comprehensive stroke center, accredited epilepsy center, and accredited neurosurgical center, TMC cares for patients with complex neurological/neurosurgical symptoms. The Neurology/Neurosurgical unit is a 30-bed telemetry unit that focuses on caring for patients with neurological disorders and patients who have undergone brain or spinal surgery. The unit houses three epilepsy monitoring suits and is the only unit that has both general status beds as well as a 9-bed neuro intermediate observation (IO) unit. The neuro IO unit focuses on caring for higher acuity neurological patients such as CVA with thrombolytic therapy, patients that require certain medication drips, as well as critical cranial surgeries. As a nurse on the neurology unit, you will be given the opportunity to cross train into to the neuro IO unit as well as have the opportunity to expand your education by earning your Certified Neuroscience Nursing Certification (CNRN).
Education: Graduation from a qualified, nationally-accredited nursing program.
Experience : One year of nursing experience in an acute care setting preferred.
Licensure and Certification: Current RN licensure permitting work in the State of Arizona and Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required. Some departments such as OR, Ambulatory Surgery, Pediatrics/PICU, PACU, and GI Lab will require advanced life support certification (ACLS and PALS).