|Published||June 20, 2022|
|Category||Nurse - Telemetry|
|Job Type||Full Time|
Please get in touch for all the information relating to this fantastic opportunity!
Extremely competitive salary range!
$10K - $15K Sign-On Bonus, Full Relocation
Must have an active RN Texas License, or active multi-state compact RN license, clear of stipulations or disciplinary actions
Must have BSN
Must have recent 1-2 years med/surg experience
Passionate about working with cardiac population
Our team of affiliated specialists treats close to 11,000 patients annually, providing the full spectrum of heart care - from medical therapy to minimally invasive heart surgery.
- 7 East is a 42 bed, fast-paced, medical/surgical inpatient nursing unit specializing in the care of cardiac patients. Our patients are on telemetry cardiac monitoring. We commonly care for patients with congestive heart failure, cardiac arrhythmias, NSTEMI, hypertensive crisis, post-Cath/PCI, post-CABG, post-vascular surgery, and other heart and vascular diagnoses. On 7 East we utilize Heparin, Lasix, and Amiodarone infusions. Chest tubes, drains and wound vacs are common. Our staff is BLS certified, with ACLS preferred. On 7 East, decisions are made using a unit-based shared governance council in accordance with Magnet principles. Staff have a voice in their work environment and how care is provided. The nurse to patient ratio ranges from 1:5, with a vast amount of support resources.
Sign-On Bonus $10K - $15K
$10K for RN II: 1-3 years RN experience.
$15K for 3+ years (RN III: 3-10 years RN experience and RN IV: 10+ years RN experience).
Distributed in 3 payments:
1st payment - 20% of amount approved for specific job; first paycheck
2nd payment - 40% of amount approved for specific job; first pay period of the month following employee’s one-year anniversary in the role.
3rd payment - 40% of amount approved for specific job; First pay period of the month following employee’s two-year anniversary in the role.
There are variables that would place a candidate with a job profile of RN I, RN II, RN III, or RN IV.
These variables include LVN conversions and years of experience.