A new and exciting opportunity has just opened up in North New Mexico for a Surgical Registered Nurse. Join this strong health system, and be a part of an amazing OR team.
This hospital has built a strong reputation in North New Mexico for excellent patient care and outstanding services. The Surgical Nurse will join a hospital that offers comprehensive care in a wide variety of medical specialties, including Congenital Cardiology, Family Medicine, General Surgery, Infusion Services, Orthopedics, Pulmonary, Radiology, Emergency, and more. It has been a staple of the community for many years, and the incoming Surgical RN will play an important role in keeping it that way.
Reporting to the Operating Room Charge Nurse, the Surgical Registered Nurse will join a strong team of Perioperative Nurses and Surgical Technologists. Some of the Nurses have demonstrated excellence through CNOR Certification. This hospital offers General and Orthopedic Surgery with 4 Operating Rooms. This is a busy unit, and they need someone who can hit the ground running.
New Mexico is well known for its arts community. The state’s art museums feature everything from folk art to glass to sculpture to paintings and much more. Parks, museums, fairs, festivals, and tours are held year-round across the state. The Surgical Nurse will find world-class cuisine, memorable road trips, and adventure in North New Mexico! North New Mexico’s culinary scene is unlike any other and is a blend of flavors from Mexican, Spanish and Native American cultures that has been perfected over 400 years. Explore the cities Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Taos, and more. North New Mexico has great housing with excellent schools for families to enjoy.
This hospital will compensate the Surgical Registered Nurse competitively and offer a comprehensive benefits package. This includes health insurance, paid time off, retirement plan, flex spending account, life insurance, and more.
- Cnor Certification
- Certified Nurse Practitioner
- Health Care
- Intravenous (Iv) Fusions
- Medical Emergency