If you are looking for an opportunity to work for the largest not-for-profit Protestant healthcare provider in the nation, join our team at Florida Hospital DeLand, an Adventist Health System facility. We believe in upholding our faith-based mission of: “Extend the healing ministry of Christ with skill and compassion" and our vision: "Providing exceptional care through exceptional people". We are continuously refining our services and processes so our patients receive high quality care as quickly as possible. Our physicians and nurses are dedicated to providing the highest level of care to our patients with utilization of the latest technology.
At Florida Hospital DeLand, we are dedicated to exceptional state-of-the-art heart care, as a full Cycle IV with PCI Accredited Chest Pain Center and as part of the Florida Hospital network of five Accredited Chest Pain Centers throughout Volusia/Flagler counties.
Since the inception of our cardiac department in 1962, we have been leading the way in cardiac care. As the community has grown, so have our capabilities, as we add valuable cardiovascular resources to an already robust cardiology program. Every day, we continue to change, to grow and to expand our cardiac services to give the community the very best.
We are seeking:
Clinical Nurse Manager – Telemetry
Currently, we are seeking a RN for an exciting opportunity to help lead our winning Telemetry Team. Education: Associates Degree in Nursing. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Current registration with the Florida Board of Examiners. Graduate of an approved school of Nursing. Must maintain a current Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) card. Requires least 4 years prior experience in MS/ Telemetry with a minimum of 2 years supervisory experience.
In addition to our rewarding team atmosphere, our 156 bed faith-based hospital offers health related benefits and the opportunity to work with one of the area’s most respected employers and employees of choice. We invite you to learn more about our organization, services, and technologies, or apply for this opportunity by visiting us online today at: www.fhdeland.org. eoe
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