Invitation Only

Virtual Hiring Event

Medical-Surgical & Critical Care

Registered Nurses (RNs)

Experienced RNs Only

New Increased Rates for RNs!

Thursday, October 22

We're Hiring Medical-Surgical & Critical Care RNs

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Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, a Level I Trauma Center is growing, and we have excellent opportunities for Registered Nurses with at least one year of medical-surgical and critical care experience, BSN and state of Massachusetts RN licensure.

About Medical-Surgical:

The Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Medical-Surgical Units are committed to our patients in all we do. The department consists of 9 units that all work in a fast-paced nationally renowned, world-class Boston area health system, where the nurse-patient relationship, continuity of care and personal accountability are central to the delivery of individualized high-quality patient care.

About Critical Care:

Our Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU)/Cardiothoracic Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (CT PACU) is a 24-bed acute intensive care area specializing in the care of patients following major trauma, postoperative multi-system failure and liver or kidney transplants. The experienced and highly skilled nurses in the SICU also provide care to patients following surgery in the CT PACU. The patient-to-nurse ratio is 1:1 or 2:1 throughout all shifts. Using the latest technologies, nursing staff provide care to patients requiring ventilatory support, hemodynamic monitoring, ICP monitoring, CRRT, IABP, and BIVADS, in addition to providing support and comfort to the families of these patients.

The Neurosciences Critical Care Unit is a 6-bed acute intensive care unit specializing in the care of acutely ill patients with life-threatening neurologic disease or life-threatening neurologic manifestations of a systemic disease, and the patient-to-nurse ratio is 1:1 or 1:2 throughout all shifts. Using the latest technologies, you will provide care to patients requiring ventilatory support, hemodynamic monitoring, ICP monitoring, targeted temperature management, osmotic therapy, in addition to providing support and comfort to the families of these patients.

Recognized as a trailblazer in medicine, we perform 50-60 procedures daily throughout our 22 operating rooms, including the following surgical specialties:
  • Cardiothoracic
  • General
  • Neuro
  • Orthopedic
  • Gynecological
  • Urological
  • Vascular
  • Robotics
  • Transplant - largest live donor liver transplant program in the US

The Critical Care Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) is a 12-bed acute care area. Highly trained nurses care primarily for medical patients requiring ventilatory support and ECG monitoring. Additionally, patients may require hemodynamic monitoring, intracranial pressure monitoring, and/or CVVH. The MICU patient population also includes patients receiving TPA for stroke and patients with hepatic-renal failure. Working together with the pulmonary team, nurses maintain extensive critical care skills and provide a supportive atmosphere for each other, the patients, and the patients' families. The patient population ranges from young adult to geriatric. Services required may include but are not limited to: pulmonary/critical care, cardiac, neurology, infectious disease, GI/liver transplant, nephrology, and hematology.

As LHMC continues to grow, we are seeking experienced and qualified nurses for our Coronary Care Unit (CCU) and Intensive Care Unit (ICU). The CCU/ICU is a 16-bed acute critical care area that focuses on the care of patients with cardiac disorders, hemodynamic challenges, cardiac arrest, respiratory failure, and hepato-renal failure. The CCU/ICU nurses are a highly trained team that specializes in cardiac devices, ventilator support and life-saving measures. Additionally, patients may require therapeutic hypothermia, intracranial pressure monitoring, CVVH, Intra-aortic Balloon Pump, and ventricular assistance. The CCU/ICU nurses are adept at titrating multiple drips and are keen observers of minute changes in their patients’ status. The nursing team works collaboratively with the Pulmonary Critical Care and Cardiology teaching services, to provide cutting edge treatments and high-quality patient care.

HOW IT WORKS

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1

Complete the registration form.

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A recruiter will contact you regarding the initial interview process.

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Invitees will receive notification with information to be used to join the event.

 

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