SHIFT: Mixed (rotating weekends)
$15,000 Sign On Bonus and up to $5,000
Relocation for ICU RN's with 1 year+ experience
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The largest medical facility in the region,
Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (EIRMC) includes a
full-service hospital with 318 patient beds. It serves as the
region’s healthcare hub, serving southeast Idaho, western Wyoming,
Yellowstone National Park and parts of Montana.
EIRMC is home to a Level
II Trauma Center,
1 ICU (of only two in Idaho), and the
Center in the state of Idaho.
Our ER is
the most experienced in the region. The hospital's other specialty
services include the region's only Level
Intensive Care Unit capable of caring
for babies born as early as 22 weeks gestation; the region’s
only Pediatric Intensive Unit, the largest heart program in the
region, a Behavioral Health
Center which is a74-bed Joint Commission
accredited psychiatric hospital and the region’s
EIRMC is part of the HCA Healthcare network -
which includes more than 300 affiliate facilities across the
country – offering our colleagues the opportunity for travel and
relocation. HCA and EIRMC are all about caring for people, and that
care extends to patients, families and our
The largest medical
facility in the region, Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center
(EIRMC) is a modern, Joint Commission-accredited, 330-bed
full-service hospital located in Idaho Falls. Idaho Falls
offers a rich variety of outdoor activities with Grand Teton
National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Jackson, WY and Sun
Valley all within a short drive from our
You contribute to our
success. Every role has an impact on our patients’ lives and you
have the opportunity to make a difference. We are looking for
dedicated professional like you to be a part of our ICU team. Join
us in our efforts to better our community!
feel free to reach out to Tanya Covert, Recruiter
firstname.lastname@example.org or via text/telephone 208.709.2261
*This position is responsible for the delivery
of patient care in the critical care setting through the nursing
process of assessment, planning, implementation, and
evaluation. This includes caring for critically ill patients
immediately post anesthesia, trauma patients, neurological
patients, medical-surgical patients and pediatric patients (over
the age of 3) requiring critical care.
*Follows Registered Nurse state practice
guidelines and hospital policies and procedures, as well as unit
based protocols and procedures.
*Collaborates with other disciplines to assure
patient safety, creates an environment of healing, and facilitate
the achievement of exceptional outcomes for patients.
*Performs and assists with a variety of
specialized procedures as trained, including arterial line
monitoring and insertion, Swan-Ganz monitoring and insertion, ICP
monitoring and insertion, Lycox, Cool guard, Intra-aortic Balloon
Pump, and CRRT therapy.
*Evaluates, formulates, coordinates, and
documents the patient’s plan of care based on a complete physical
and psycho-social assessment and response to interventions based on
the age and need of the patient.
We offer an excellent
total compensation package, including competitive salary, excellent
benefit package and growth opportunities. We believe in our team
and your ability to do excellent work with us. Your benefits
*Flex spending, life,
We would love to talk
to you about this fantastic opportunity!
We are an equal opportunity employer and value
diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of
race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation,
age, marital status, veteran status, or disability
Requires current Idaho State Registered Nurse
license or Compact State.
American Red Cross or American Heart Association
Basic Life Support Course (BLS or BCLS) and Certification on
American Red Cross or American Heart Association
Advanced Life Support Course (ALS or ACLS) and Certification is
required within 3 months of hire or transfer into
TNCC is required within 12 months of hire or
transfer into ICU.
All certifications are required to be
continuously maintained once
Unit-based competency classes within designated
time per ICU Educator.
PALS is a highly recommended advanced course,
however, is not mandatory.
Level I competencies are required to be
completed by the end of the first 18 months of
Level II competencies are required to be
completed by the end of the third year of
All RNs will be professionally responsible for
the maintaining of all appropriate certifications/licensure and
leveling within the ICU.
Registered Nurses in the ICU have frequent
interaction with physicians, nursing staff, other departments,
patients and their families. Must have the sensitivity, maturity,
and ability to communicate clearly and
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