Sep 29, 2022

Graduate Nurse / RN Lovelace Medical Center

  • Ardent Health Services
  • Albuquerque, NM, USA
Nurse

Job Description

Lovelace Medical Center is now hiring for Registered Nurses to join our team -Various Departments and Shifts are available. 

  • Sign On Bonus Available

 

Lovelace Medical Center has partnered with the University of Iowa to provide a 12-month Entry to Practice (ETP) Nurse Residency Program that supports graduate nurses as they transition into their first professional nursing role. The program offers a 16-week comprehensive orientation plan, immersive learning opportunities, nursing professional development, quality/safety performance improvement integration, and a supportive team-oriented environment.

 

The personal and professional support received throughout the program helps the newly licensed nurse become a competent, confident member of the healthcare family.

Application Requirements:

  • Dual application to ETP Nurse Residency Program and the unit of choice.
  • Applications are open.

Please email Recruiter@lovelace.com or call 505-727-5100 to speak to a recruiter today!


Responsibilities

Qualifications:

  • Nursing student must have graduated or will be graduating from an accredited school of nursing prior to the cohort start state
  • The program is open to BSN and ADN/ASN graduates
  • The candidate must have successfully completed the NCLEX two weeks prior to the scheduled start date
  • Willingness to participate in all program components
  • Current BLS; Hiring department may also require ACLS and/or PALS
  • One-year post-program completion work commitment agreement required

 

 


Qualifications

Why Lovelace?

 

Lovelace Medical Center, in the heart of Albuquerque, is an acute care hospital providing comprehensive care, including around-the-clock emergency care, surgical services, non-invasive robotic spine surgery, cardiology, stroke care, radiology and oncology services, including the state’s only Gamma Knife Center for non-invasive radiologic brain surgery.