*Up to $10,000 in Incentives!*
6 South is a 22-bed acuity adaptable unit at Butterworth Hospital that is capable of managing both non ICU and ICU status patients admitted with advanced cardiopulmonary care needs. 6 South specializes in patients with advanced heart failure, pre or post heart or lung transplant, Left Ventricular Assist devices, Intra-Aortic Balloon Pumps, and respiratory failure necessitating Bipap, or Hi-Flo Nasal Cannula.
Individuals are drawn to 6 South as it is a unique environment that allows new grad nurses the opportunity to build a strong foundation in time management and develop their critical thinking skills in non-ICU assignments, while also providing an introduction into ICU level of care. The culture on 6 South is well known for its teamwork and consists of a healthy mix of Registered Nurse and Nurse Techs with anywhere from 1-25 years of experience.
Some of the benefits provided include:
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SITE – Butterworth Hospital – 100 Michigan St – Grand Rapids
Advanced Cardiopulmonary Unit – GR
Night (United States of America)
Weekly Scheduled Hours
Hours of Work
7:00 p.m -7:30 a.m
Every third weekend
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