Staff RNs needed for Griffin Hospital's Emergency Department. Sign-On bonus for experienced full-time RNs is available.
Griffin Hospital is a 160-bed acute care community hospital serving more than 100,000 residents of the Lower Naugatuck Valley Region. Griffin Hospital also serves as the flagship hospital for Planetree, an international leader in patient-centered care and has received national recognition for creating a facility and approach to patient care that is responsive to the needs of patients.
Griffin is recognized for having industry-leading patient satisfaction ratings and has received numerous quality and clinical excellence awards. It is the only hospital to be named on FORTUNE Magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For" list for 10 consecutive years, and has been named a Worlds Best Hospital by Newsweek in 2019 and 2020.
Griffin's award-winning patient-centered care model allows nurses to truly connect with their patients and feel the sense of pride and fulfillment that can only come from knowing your work is more than just a job you are helping others heal.
As an independent, community hospital, Griffin operates on a flat organizational structure to promote increased involvement by nurses in the care decision-making process so that they feel more connected to the medical care team.
Griffins suburban atmosphere offers an easy commute, away from congested cities with easy to find free parking. Employees can also take advantage of generous benefits and wellness programs that add distinct advantage in its employee compensation.
MAIN FUNCTION: Current CT RN License required. Starting rate commensurate with position related experience.
REQUIREMENTS: CT RN licensure required. Minimum of 1 year ER nursing experience required.
Licenses & Certifications
- 1 year: ER Nursing experience
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