This unit specializes in Surgical Oncology. Nurses promote safe recovery from surgeries that manage gastrointestinal cancer, chronic bowel disease, and hernia repairs. Nurses gain experience in managing ostomies, complex wound care, and opioid-sparing pain management. It provides a collaborative nursing driven care. This unit is fast paced with lots of team collaboration. Nurses will be able to educate patients and families of the illness while building professional relationships.We are currently offering a Relocation Incentive to eligible candidates! Recently graduated or upcoming new grad? New RN Graduates Apply here!
At IU Health every team member is a caregiver. This care doesn't stop with our patients, it also extends to one another and our community through service projects, health initiatives and wellness education.
We know caregivers provide better care when they are cared for as well. We are passionate about our work experience and invest in our team by offering: competitive wages, career paths and ladders, comprehensive medical benefits, flexible scheduling, wellness programs and challenges, meaningful recognition, generous paid time off, chaplaincy support, tuition benefit and tuition reimbursement, opportunities for personal development, loan forgiveness, employee discounts, community involvement, and a sense of belonging and pride.
Being an IU Health nurse means building a professional nursing career designed by you, with competitive benefits, a culture that embraces our unique strengths, and supports personal and professional goals. If you are seeking an organization where you can engage professionally, develop clinical expertise, embrace learning, foster new relationships, and fuel your spirit of inquiry, join us!
- Requires current state of Indiana license as Registered Nurse.
- Requires Basic Life Support certification through the AHA.
- Other advanced life support certifications may be required per unit/department specialty according to patient care policies
- Requires an Associates of Nursing (ASN); Bachelor of Nursing (BSN) preferred.
- Requires that the RN has graduated from a nationally accredited nursing program.