Congratulations on your upcoming graduation from nursing school. We know you have worked long and hard to achieve your career goals. Your work as a registered nurse will touch many lives and transform your own. That’s why your first job is so important - it can set the pace and direction of your entire career.
McLeod Health can help you get off to an excellent start. Our New Grad Orientation will expose you to the very latest in medical technology, affording you a level of clinical training unsurpassed in the Southeast.
McLeod will provide structured orientation, mentoring, and support during the orientation period until full competency is achieved. The structured orientation will include general hospital orientation, skills competency validation, New Graduate Seminar Classes, luncheons and ongoing professional growth and development though our McLeod University.
McLeod Health would not be the Choice for Medical Excellence without dedicated and compassionate nurses. We recognize that your nursing skills can inspire innovation, your heartfelt compassion can provide comfort and your exceptional skills can work wonders in caring for our patients.
The Registered Nurse utilizes the nursing process to address the holistic needs of patients and their significant others, during hospitalization, and preparation for discharge. Reporting to the Unit Director, the Registered Nurse may supervise the work of other Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and assist personnel in efforts to deliver care for a prescribed shift of time. The Registered Nurse is responsible for the quality of care directly rendered and that he/she delegates to others.
At least a two-year associate's degree from an accredited school in nursing.
72 hrs biweekly; flexible schedule with every other weekend. Call is required