Nursing Jobs in Long Beach, California

Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of others? Do you have a heart for providing essential support and companionship to those in need? If so, we invite you to join our team as a non-medical careg... more
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Work Location Orange, California Work Shift Day – 08hrs (United States of America) Why CHOC? At CHOC, we strive to be the leading destination of children’s health by providing exceptional and i... more
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Registered Nurse FA Exempt

CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center  •  Los Angeles, CA  •  $149,320 - $185,220 / year  •  1w ago
CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center (HPMC) is an acute care facility that has been caring for the Hollywood community and surrounding areas si... more
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Registered Nurse

DaVita  •  Full-time  •  Costa Mesa, California 92626, United States  •  $39 - $54 / hour  •  1w ago
1590 Scenic Avenue, Costa Mesa, California, 92626-1400, United States of America DaVita is seeking a Registered Nurse who is looking to give life in a hospital setting. You can make an exceptional difference in the liv... more
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Job Summary: For one large unit or more than one smaller unit within a 24 hour department, supervises the implementation, delivery and evaluation/improvement of quality patient care/nursing operations and services t... more
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Overview The Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology Manager is responsible for the coordination and integration of clinical, fiscal and technological resources necessary to care for a population of critically ill patien... more
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Job Description Centered in the heart of Boyle Heights, Adventist Health White Memorial is one of the area's leading healthcare providers since 1913. We are comprised of a 353-bed hospital, three medical office buildi... more
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Licensed Vocational Nurse

AltaMed  •  Full-time  •  Los Angeles, California, United States  •  $28.72 - $35.90 / hour  •  2w ago
Work Boldly. Live Brilliantly. At AltaMed, we don’t just serve our communities, we are part of them. We have raised the expectations of what a community clinic can deliver because we think quality care is for everyone.... more
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Salary Range:  $47.8400 - $74.1000 /hour. Actual compensation may vary based on geographic location, work experience, skill level, and education. SIGN ON BONUS ELIGIBLE The Clinical Nurse, CVOR role provides d... more
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Salary Range:  47.84 - 74.17 /hour. Actual compensation may vary based on geographic location, work experience, skill level, and education. The Clinical Nurse – GI Lab Services role provides direct patient care in... more
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Qualifications • Proficient in using electronic medical record systems • Strong knowledge of medical terminology and procedures • Ability to develop comprehensive care plans based on pati... more
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Planned Parenthood Los Angeles is seeking an experienced and caring  Medical Assistant  with excellent clinical and customer service skills to work full-time at our Santa Monica Center . Intermediate level p... more
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Current Emanate Health Employees - Please log into your Workday account to apply Everyone at Emanate Health plays a vital role in the care we deliver. No matter what department you belong to, the work you do at Emana... more
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Current Emanate Health Employees - Please log into your Workday account to apply Everyone at Emanate Health plays a vital role in the care we deliver. No matter what department you belong to, the work you do at Emana... more
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SUMMARY Under the general supervision of the Director of Nursing, the Registered Nurse performs a variety of resident care functions and closely observes residents for changes in medical status. This position als... more
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LVN, Infection Prevention Specialist

AltaMed  •  Full-time  •  Commerce, California 90040, United States  •  $30.15 - $37.69 / hour  •  3w ago
Work Boldly. Live Brilliantly. At AltaMed, we don’t just serve our communities, we are part of them. We have raised the expectations of what a community clinic can deliver because we think quality care is for everyon... more
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Job Summary This individual will plan, organize, and directs hospice care and is experienced in nursing, with emphasis on community health education/experience. The professional nurse builds from the... more
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Come Join the team everyone is talking about!!!  #Caregiver Santa Anita Assisted Living  is a pillar in assisted living in Sacramento, CA. We approach every day with one goal: To improve the lives we touch through... more
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A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is responsible for providing routine nursing care in accordance with established policies and procedures and as may be directed by the Charge Nurse, RN Supervisor, Director of Nurses... more
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RN Supervisor (Registered Nurse) is a licensed professional nurse directly under the supervision of the Director of Nursing Services. The RN Supervisor (Registered Nurse) is to assist the planning, organizing, developin... more
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A licensed professional nurse under the supervision of a Registered Nurse who provides nursing care and services to residents in a long-term care setting. Qualifications:  • Graduate of an accredited school of n... more
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Work Location Orange, California Work Shift Night – 12hrs (United States of America) Why CHOC? At CHOC, we strive to be the leading destination of children’s health by providing exceptional and... more
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Current Emanate Health Employees - Please log into your Workday account to apply Everyone at Emanate Health plays a vital role in the care we deliver. No matter what department you belong to, the work you do at Emana... more
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Overview Find Your Passion and Purpose as a Home Health LVN/LPN Reimagine Your Career in Home Health As a medical professional, you know that what you do impacts you as much as your patients and their fami... more
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Overview This position is responsible for providing patient care in a safe and effective manner. Responsibilities include directing PCA activity, synthesizing patient information, assessment of patients, planning of c... more
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Salary Range:  $31.0400 - $47.7300 /hour. Actual compensation may vary based on geographic location, work experience, skill level, and education. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The Quality Review Nurse is a pr... more
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Regents Point in Irvine, CA, one of 20 HumanGood life plan communities recognized by US News & World Report in their inaugural “Best Senior Living” awards is hiring Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVN/LPNs) for Assisted... more
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Make a difference every single day! Cedars-Sinai Marina del Rey Hospital and its staff aim to exceed the expectations of our patients, their families and the community with a service-oriented attitude. We seek ex... more
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Make a difference every single day! Cedars-Sinai Marina del Rey Hospital and its staff aim to exceed the expectations of our patients, their families and the community with a service-oriented attitude. We seek ex... more
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Overview Concentra is the nation’s largest provider of workplace health services and we proudly own and operate 500+ outpatient clinics across the United States. Are you a professional with a keen focus on patient... more
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Originally called Wilmore City after its first developer, William Wilmore, on its incorporation, Long Beach was renamed for its long, beautiful beaches. If you are looking to work as a nursing professional in a relaxed coastal city with plenty of opportunities, “LBC” — as the locals say — might be the place.

Home to a population of 456,062, Long Beach has the vibe of a California beach town mixed with the vibrancy of an urban environment. If you’d like to learn more about nursing jobs in Long Beach, keep reading to see if this corner of the Golden State might be the perfect fit for you.

3 Facts About Nursing Jobs in Long Beach, CA

  • Is California a compact state? No. RNs must be licensed by the California Board of Registered Nursing.
  • What is the RN salary in Long Beach? The average salary for RN jobs in Long Beach is $125,350, well over the national average RN salary of $89,010.
  • Where can I find information about RN licensing requirements in California? Get up-to-date information on licensure in California by visiting the California Board of Nursing website.

More About Nursing Jobs in Long Beach, CA

The seventh largest city in California, Long Beach is located on the coast and within the greater Los Angeles metro area. If you’re considering looking for RN, CNA, or LVN jobs, you’ll have opportunities for full-time, part-time, contract, and per diem positions with many types of employers from clinical to acute to post-acute care.

Your nursing resume showing cultural competency skills will be especially valued in the most diverse state in the nation. Long Beach itself is quite diverse and offers opportunities for those experienced with a varied patient population. The city’s demographics show Long Beach is about 43% Hispanic, 13% Asian, and 12% Black or African American. Multilingual skills will be valuable as well since 46% of Long Beach residents speak a language other than English at home.

The age demographics are fairly typical for a city this size. You’ll have opportunities to care for older patients (12% are 65 years or more) or if you prefer working with young adult and pediatric patients, those under 18 make up a hefty 21% of the city. Women are just about 50% of the city’s residents.

If your family is like most of the households in Long Beach, you have kids and might be looking for day care or after-school care while you are working. The city offers many childcare options including Head Start Programs, the YMCA, and others. If you need care for furry and fluffy family members while on a last-minute shift, that’s available too.

Working in Long Beach, CA

The demand for nursing jobs in Long Beach, CA, may be due in part to the fact that healthcare is among the metro area’s main industries, along with aviation and aerospace, financial services, hospitality, and tourism.

Furthering the need for healthcare workers are the main hospitals and healthcare centers located in Long Beach. Look for these big names if you are interested in acute-care work in the city:

  • Long Beach Memorial Medical Center
  • Mary Medical Center
  • College Medical Center
  • Miller Children's and Women’s Hospital
  • Long Beach Community Medical Center

However, the hospital bedside is not the only choice for nursing professionals. There are 329 nursing homes in the Long Beach area that are rated by U.S. News & World Report.

Getting to your Long Beach nursing job might be a little challenging; it is California, after all. The commute in the city on average is just over 30 minutes, a bit over the national average commute time of 27.6 minutes. Yet the Long Beach commute is better than a lot of major metros in the state — nearby Los Angeles clocks in at more than 53 minutes! Nearly 79% of commuters drive to work and just over 6% take mass transit.

Living in Long Beach, CA

There are so many benefits to living in the Long Beach area that residents may forgive the commute, and driving to work with the top down most of the year is just one of them. The climate in Long Beach is typically Mediterranean, with temperatures rarely below 42 degrees or above 91 degrees.

With the beautiful weather comes the many outdoor activities Southern California has to offer. With four miles of beach, a day in the sand, surf, and sun is an obvious choice when you are not working. But with additional options like hiking in El Dorado Park, catching whale-watching tours from the marina, or taking a drive (downtown L.A. is only 25 miles away), it’s easy to get some extra vitamin D in the California sun.

If you are more a fan of the great indoors, Long Beach has options for you as well. LBC has a surprising number of art museums and aquariums, is home to the USS Iowa, and of course boasts the great cruise ship turned hotel and museum, The Queen Mary.

Long Beach has its own flavor and a different dining scene than nearby L.A., if you want a dinner out to relax after a day shift or a day on the beach. Fresh seafood is widely available, but great local restaurants featuring Cambodian food, Filipino cuisine, Korean BBQ, and Guatemalan dishes sit right next to the vegan, vegetarian, hot dogs, tacos, and hamburgers you’d expect from a beach town. Maybe even more important to busy nurses, Long Beach has a plethora of cool coffee shops serving everything from basic drip to the most specialized lavender and horchata lattes.

After you have had a great meal and are fully caffeinated, you’ll be ready to enjoy the arts and music scene in Long Beach, CA. The city has its own symphony, opera, and ballet, as well as the Long Beach Art Walk (the second Saturday of every month).

There is of course that California price tag that comes with living the life in Long Beach, but it’s still much more affordable than many other major cities in California. Even with a median home price of about $785,000, Long Beach is less expensive than Los Angeles, San Diego, or San Francisco. The general cost of living in Long Beach is about 51% higher than the national average.

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