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University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, is seeking an experienced nurse for our Men's Health Center, to provide nursing support during procedures; phone and electronic triage and communication; surgical pre and post-op teaching and follow-up. Position is full time 8 or 10 hour days and comes with a competitive benefits package.
To apply, go to www.uw.edu/jobs and search for Men's Health Center. Questions? Contact Sandra Elliott, Nurse Recruiter, 206.598.3975, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Position requires WA RN license, at least 2 years of current/recent med-surg nursing experience; outpatient nursing experience and experience with urology patients preferred. Must be able to provide discreet and professional patient care.
Additional Salary Information: Additional $1.00/hour for Bachelor's degree in Nursing
Internal Number: 176762
About University of Washington Medical Center
University of Washington Medical Center is a leading academic medical center that provides highly specialized medical care in areas such as cardiology, high-risk pregnancy and neonatal intensive care, oncology, orthopaedics and organ transplantation. Patients travel from across Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho for our specialized services.
U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Hospitals has named UW Medical Center among the country’s best since the rankings began in 1993. The medical center also was named the nation’s first Magnet Hospital for excellence in nursing care by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, which has continued to honor UWMC with this award every four years since 1994.
UW Medical Center opened as University Hospital in 1959. It was one of the nation's smallest teaching hospitals when it opened, but immediately became a leader in health-care innovation. UW Medical Center recently opened its Montlake Tower, providing additional space for premature babies, inpatients and diagnostic imaging.