Bloomberg 9 North - Pediatric Cardiac Step-Down, Transplant, and General Care Unit is a 20-bed general care and step-down unit. The registered nurse provides care for medical/surgical patients varying by specialty from birth to adulthood. The unit specialized in heart, liver, and kidney transplants, genetic/metabolic diseases, and inpatient clinical research. This unit also specialized in cardiac/cardiac surgery patients, which includes step-down level of care. Common diagnoses include complex congenital heart disease, acquired heart disease, heart failure, and dysrhythmias, with medical and surgical intervention. Click here to learn more about Bloomberg 9 North!
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Shifts: 24 hours in a 6-week schedule; weekends and holidays required
Who Should Apply:
- Associates degree in nursing from an accredited nursing program required
- Active Maryland or Compact RN license is required
- BLS CPR certification required
- Pediatric RN work experience required
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