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Home » Emergency Nurse
|Date||July 11, 2019|
|Company||Interior Health Authority|
|Salary||$34.83 - $45.73 - Per Hour|
|Category||Medical / Health|
|Client||Interior Health Authority|
Kelowna General Hospital’s Emergency Department has grown!
We are looking for an experienced Emergency Nurse to join our team of dedicated professionals as we have recently expanded into the brand new Centennial Patient Care Tower in beautiful Kelowna, BC.
Interior Health has embarked on an expansion plan to meet increasing demands, expand health services, and enhance patient care in the Okanagan. Construction of the six-storey, Centennial Patient Care Tower was completed in May 2012. It includes a new and expanded emergency department and ambulatory care department, five new operating rooms, a rooftop helipad, an expanded adult inpatient psychiatric unit, and extra space for more patient beds in the future. Kelowna General Hospital is the site of the brand new clinical academic campus for the University of BC Medical School.
Our new ER department is quadruple the size of our current department and features:
• Zone 1 (acute): 15 beds and 3 trauma rooms
Our benefits package includes:
If you are motivated to be challenged professionally, this is the move for you. We offer excellent benefits and opportunities to maximize your skills. Interior Health is an organization where you have room to grow and where life outside of work is just as important to us as it is to you. Apply Today!
If you are open, adaptable, and a team player we would love to speak with you.
Graduation as a Registered Nurse from an approved School of Nursing with current practicing registration with the British Columbia College of Nursing Professionals (BCCNP) coupled with advanced preparation in an Emergency Clinical Specialty, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) within 3 years.
ACLS, TNCC, ENPC, and/or CTAS training along with experience and knowledge in physiological monitoring is an asset.
If you have any questions, please contact us at:
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