Indiana University Health Registered Nurse - Home Care - Relocation Incentive Available in Muncie, Indiana
Experienced RN's and New Graduates Welcome!
Being an IU Health nurse means building a professional nursing career designed by you, with competitive benefits, a culture that embraces your outstanding strengths, and supports your personal and professional goals. If you are seeking an organization where you can engage professionally, develop clinical expertise, foster learning, cultivate new relationships, and fuel your spirit of inquiry, join us!
IU Health Home Care provides patients with comprehensive care delivered by a highly trained interdisciplinary team. The IU Health Ball Memorial Home Care RN will provide skilled care in patient’s homes in Muncie and the surrounding counties. The traditional, complementary, alternative, and holistic services that our Home Care professionals offer add to our patient’s overall quality of life.
Our nurses experience a team approach to serving patients as well as the flexibility and autonomy to do their jobs and provide patients with individualized care. We provide one on one patient centered care and education as well as critical thinking and clinical skills. Examples of the care you will provide include infusions, line care, catheter care, wound care, VAC management, chronic disease process management and education. The skill set and case management experience that this position offers provides endless self-satisfaction and reward to home care nurses.
Schedule: Monday through Friday, 8a-4:30p. Some on-call requirements based on census.
If you're passionate about a nursing career that allows you to provide the best care in the home while providing the flexibility we all need, apply today!
Our Home Health RN's are offered competitive compensation, consistent with all RN positions across the IU Health system, including shift differentials.
We offer medical, dental, vision, 401K and tuition reimbursement.
Requires an Associate of Nursing (ASN); Bachelor of Nursing (BSN) preferred.
Requires that the RN has graduated from a nationally accredited nursing program.
Requires current state of Indiana license as Registered Nurse.
Requires Basic Life Support certification through the AHA.
Other advanced life support certifications may be required per unit/department specialty according to patient care policies.