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Psychiatric Nursing provides services for adults, children and families with acute and chronic psychiatric and behavioral health problems.
Women's and Children's Nursing provides general and specialty care for women and children with acute and chronic problems. The patient populations range from neonates to adults.
General Medical-Surgical Nursing provides services for adult patients who require nursing care for acute medical conditions and for pre- and post-operative care.
Adult Critical Care Nursing provides services for patients requiring emergency care, intermediate care, intensive care, pre-operative, operative and immediate post-operative care.
Gerontological Nursing provides adult rehabilitation services for adults, age 18 and older, and geriatric psychiatric services for adult patients, age 55 or older. Care is provided in the Johnston R. Bowman Center.
Operating Room nurses provides support services for a wide range of procedures including general, neurological, transplant and orthopedic surgeries.
Interventional Nursing provides support to patients undergoing diagnostic and invasive procedures in a wide variety of inpatient and outpatient settings, including endoscopy, cardiology and radiology.
Supplemental Staffing Office (SSO) pool plays a critical role in providing excellent patient care throughout the hospital. The SSO offers an outstanding opportunity for nurses seeking both a team-based, academic environment and maximum schedule flexibility.
The Department of Professional Nursing Practice develops and coordinates a wide variety of educational programs designed to support professional nursing practice and the ongoing educational needs of the staff. Educational/quality coordinators facilitate the assessment and monitoring of unit-based and departmental quality improvement initiatives.
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If you're interested in joining the nursing staff at Rush University Medical Center, apply online at www.jobsatrush.com.