BELLEVILLE – HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital is accepting applications now through April 3 for a new RN Critical Care Fellowship Program.
The program is an opportunity for registered nurses with at least one year of acute care experience with a desire to work in the critical care unit or emergency department. The opportunity is open to all RNs meeting the requirements including current hospital RNs, HSHS Southern Illinois Division RNs and the public.
“We are privileged to offer this special Critical Care Fellowship opportunity for nurses of our region,” shared Elizabeth Govero, MSN, RN, Chief Nursing Officer for St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. “The objective of the program is to attract nurses who have the desire to work in specialty care areas, but do not yet have the necessary experience.”
Participants of the program will work for one year on the Progressive Care Unit at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital to build their skills. After successful completion of the Fellowship Program, they will be eligible to transfer to specialty units including the emergency department or critical care unit. During the year-long program, the RNs will receive special classes, training and orientation to prepare them for serving patients and families in the ED or CCU.
St. Elizabeth’s Hospital serves as a teaching hospital for the Metro East Region providing first-class residency programs and clinical educational opportunities. As a region leader in quality care and as a healing ministry founded on Franciscan traditions, St. Elizabeth’s Hospital offers the right mix of support and clinical expertise to develop high quality medical professionals for the future.
For more information about this program or to apply, visit St. Elizabeth’s Web site at www.hshscareers.jobs. St. Elizabeth’s Hospital is part of the Southern Illinois Division of Hospital Sisters Health System, which additionally includes HSHS St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital in Effingham, HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital in Breese, HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital in Highland and HSHS Holy Family in Greenville.
— From the Illinois Business Journal