This is a great opportunity for a Registered Nurse, RN professional to work in an organization that focuses on treating the whole person, physically, emotionally and spiritually.Loyola Medicine’s 3 hospitals are located approximately 30 minutes from Downtown Chicago. Gottlieb is a community based hospital, in Melrose Park, IL.
The (3W) Observation/Medical Stroke Med Surg Unit is an exciting fast-paced 21 bed unit located on the 3rd floor of Gottlieb Memorial Hospital. All rooms are private and are centrally monitored if clinically indicated. To work in the Observation Unit, our nurses need strong assessment skills, the ability to think critically and adapt to new challenges, along with strong communication skills to care for our patient population and work with our interdisciplinary teams. As an Observation unit we are dedicated to our patients by providing quality care with attention to clinical expertise, evidence-based practices, patient safety and positive outcomes.
Our patient population includes but is not limited to care of the adult patient with a variety of medical diagnoses of the neurological stroke, infectious disease, other medical conditions, and some cardiac conditions. Patients on our unit may have an average length of stay of 48 hours to four days. We utilize an interdisciplinary team approach along the continuum of care in an effort to provide balance for the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual needs for every patient and their family.
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Joining Loyola Medicine is about being a part of something bigger! We treat the human spirit, in our patients and our colleagues. We are a part of a community, which believes in the wholeness of each individual, and serves to uplift others in mind, body and spirit. We are passionate about your growth and success in your career at Loyola Medicine. We value you, for who you are and the unique experiences you bring to our purpose-minded team. We also understand that we are better together.
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Trinity Health is a family of 115,000 colleagues and nearly 26,000 physicians and clinicians across 25 states. Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences, and health practices of the communities that we serve and to apply that knowledge to produce positive health outcomes. We also recognize that each of us has a different way of thinking and perceiving our world and that these differences often lead to innovative solutions.
Our dedication to diversity includes a unified workforce (through training and education, recruitment, retention, and development), commitment and accountability, communication, community partnerships, and supplier diversity.