RN SAME DAY SURGERY - ANDERSON SURGERY CENTER - PRN DAYS #22-0540

Anderson Hospital   Maryville, IL   Full-time     Health Care Provider
Posted on July 26, 2022
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RN SAME DAY SURGERY - ANDERSON SURGERY CENTER - PRN DAYS  #22-0540

Edwardsville, IL
 
SHIFT
Day
POSITION TYPE
PRN
FUNCTIONAL GROUP
Nursing

 

 

Position Type PRN
 
Requirements

Education Requirements and Other Requirements:

 

Education Level: Graduate of an accredited nursing program

 

Certification/Licensure: Illinois RN license required, BLS required. ACLS and PALS

required.

 

Experience Requirements: Minimum one year of PACU experience preferred.

Critical care experience preferred.

Location Anderson Surgery Center
Department ASC Surgery
 
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Anderson Hospital

812 State Route 162 Suite 120
Maryville , IL
https://www.andersonhospital.org/