Clinical Nurse (PT), Adult (Neuro) Intensive Care Unit - Day/Night Rotation

180002Q4 Requisition #
This is a part-time (20 hr/wk) RN opportunity in our new Neurocritical Care Unit which will be opening in July 2019.
This new 10-bed unit will play an integral part in continuing our work as a Primary Stroke Center and Epilepsy Center.  This unit will offer the same outstanding care that patients currently receive in our other Adult ICU’s, but will allow those patients with neurological diagnoses and subsequent treatments to receive care in a specialized unit.
Nurses in this unit will be highly trained, highly skilled practitioners providing the high tech, specialized care this patient population requires in a multidisciplinary, patient-focused environment.  
If you are interested in achieving the Stroke Certified Registered Nurse (SCRN) certification, we offer a review course that will provide a comprehensive update for those nurses preparing for the ABNN SCRN certification exam.  This program is free of charge and gives the Neuro nurse information needed to enhance and increase their knowledge base in the stroke care patient settings and be fully prepared to pass the exam.
If you would like to be a part of the inaugural team for this new and innovative unit, please apply today!
 Keywords: neuro, trauma, intensive care unit, stroke, certified, ICU, neurosurgery, neuroscience, critical care

Minimum Qualifications:


One year of current acute hospital care experience required. 


In addition:

  • Graduate from an accredited nursing program
  • Registered nurse in the state of New Hampshire
  • BSN with one year of experience
  • ADN with two years of experience required
  • BLS certification and other certification(s) as required



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