Behind the doors of C. S. Mott Children’s Hospital there exists teams of people who change children’s lives in extraordinary ways.
This is where the Leaders and Best come together with advanced technologies and breakthrough treatments that change lives.
When it comes to nursing career opportunities, there truly is a “Michigan Difference” at Mott. There is a drive here that you see in everyone. There are many opportunities to do your best.
For example, The Brandon Newborn Intensive Care Unit is a 43 bed Level IV Neonatal Center serving our region, state and beyond. We remain one of the state's leading referral centers for premature newborns and infants with complex medical problems, complex surgical problems or unusual anomalies, need for extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), high frequency ventilation, nitric oxide therapy, and whole body or selective head cooling for hypothermic neuroprotection.
Or consider joining the nursing team in The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) - 30 bed monitored ICU. The unit is multi-acuity, ranging from critically ill to short stay observation.
The Pediatric ICU nurses care for children and families that require complex assessments, high intensity therapies and interventions in an environment with multiple machines and variable noise levels. You must be able to cue into the child's nonverbal communication, as well as subtle changes in the patient's status that may require intense, rapid response, and vigilant nursing care to prevent deterioration into life threatening situations.
Qualified candidates interested in becoming part of The Michigan Difference, apply online at UMnursing.org and search for the area of interest.
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
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