Registered Nurse – ICU and Float Pool, Redding, CA
Join an award winning ICU Team
Shasta Regional Medical Center (SRMC) is a 226-bed acute care facility nestled among the evergreen trees in the state’s northern lifestyle destination town, Redding, California. You can balance your professional determination with easy access to outdoor adventures including hiking, biking, fishing, boating, and skiing. No matter what outdoor activity you enjoy, you’ll be able to enjoy it in abundance as Redding is referred to as the second sunniest place in the U.S. with 250 sunny days each year. The hospital provides a supportive work environment which is nurtured by excellent communication, collaboration and engagement; our team members are like family!
Our compassionate and highly trained ICU team is made up of registered nurses, nursing assistants, monitor technicians, hospitalists and other health care providers specializing in critical care. We are currently seeking top talent Critical Care and Float Pool Registered Nurses to join our award-winning team of ICU professionals.
SRMC is proud to offer you a comprehensive variety of benefits and programs to enrich your life. We want you to be healthy and cared for in the same way you care for our patients, families and the communities we serve. Our benefit programs include: Medical, Dental, Vision, Paid Time Off, 401K Plan, Tuition Reimbursement and supplemental benefit options.
If you are an experience ICU RN that is an outdoor enthusiast or loves nature and loves helping your community, then SRMC is your new home.
The Registered Nurse is responsible for the delivery of safe patient care utilizing the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Provides direct patient care within the scope of practice. The Registered Nurse also directs and guides patient/family teaching and activities of other nursing personnel while maintaining standards of care in the ICU. The Registered Nurse is directly responsible and accountable for the care given to his/her assigned patients; He/She communicates with the physician about changes in the patient’s clinical condition including hemodynamic monitoring, results of diagnostic studies and abnormal results and symptomatology. Is able to respond quickly and accurately to changes in condition and/or response to treatment. Maintains patient privacy and confidentiality.
Education, Experience, Training
- Current and valid state RN License.
- Current BLS (AHA) certificate upon hire and maintain current.
- Completion of Critical Care Course preferred.
- Current ACLS certificate 30 days upon hire and maintain current.
- Minimum of one year as a staff RN in acute care hospital, critical care preferred.
- Critical Care RN (CCRN) Certification preferred.
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) preferred.
To learn more and apply visit https://www.shastaregional.com/Careers.aspx