We are hiring for a wide variety of nursing positions
We have many openings for nurses in numerous departments and specialties.
Whether you’re looking for a full-time or part-time job, you will receive competitive pay, benefits, and training. We seek to support all of our nurses with a solid foundation of encouragement and an involved environment through which they will find unlimited potential and opportunity to further their careers.
“I cannot say enough great things about working in the Emergency Department at HRMC. Not only is it a great work environment, but the leadership and staff have been so supportive of me continuing my education to become a Nurse Practitioner. I look forward to being a part of this team for years to come.” – Halie Leiker
This 12-week intensive program provides each new grad RN with the skills necessary to function safely, competently, and independently at the end of their orientation. This program focuses on clinical reasoning and critical thinking skills in commonly encountered patient situations by utilizing case studies and simulations. Next, we focus on process, necessary assessments, and immediate tasks for each situation. These weekly classes are a mix of didactic and hands-on training and the speakers include physicians, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals.
- Reflects our commitment to the professional development, well-being, and success of our new grad nurses and nurses undergoing a career transition
- Learning via presentations and critical thinking exercises over the following topics: diagnosis, expected trajectory, pharmacology, labs & tests
Each of the topics will cover
- Potential complications, prioritization of tasks, how to intervene in patient decompensation, communication with MD, and patient hand-offs
- These will also include hands-on experiences with equipment, “field trips” to some of the departments, and competency assessments
Specific topics covered if you want to include them somehow (not necessary)
- Acute abdomen
- Acute Neuro
- Pain management
- Behavioral health
- End-of-life care
- Critical incident
12 Week Nursing Onboarding (in each dept.)
This 12 to 16-week orientation process helps ensure our nurses are comfortable in their environments before being expected to perform all the essential job duties. We begin by getting our new nurses acquainted with their department, parking, etc. Each nurse is assigned a preceptor for the entirety of the process and begins by observing their preceptor and asking questions. As our nurse eases into being the primary nurse for the patients, the mentor observes and teaches when necessary. Throughout this entire process, they meet with their director on a weekly-basis. This is to help build a relationship with their director and address any areas of concern by assigning additional learning modules, simulations, workshops, and/or activities. The continuation of this orientation after the initial 12 weeks is then at the director’s discretion.
General Orientation & RN Orientation (Week 1)
Our two-day general orientation is a chance to meet all our Executive Team, while also learning about our culture, policies, & expectations of our employees. There is a wide range of departments represented throughout, including Compliance, Safety & Security, Human Resources, Information Systems, and Trauma.
Our three-day RN orientation is an introduction into the skills necessary to begin your nursing career at HRMC. With a mix a didactic and hands-on learning, we cover topics which are essential to every nurse. Training on our electronic charting system and the administration of medications are just a few of the topics we cover. Presenters throughout this orientation will vary from nurse educators to pharmacists to care managers. All of these things ensure our nurses are comfortable before ever stepping a foot in the department.
“Hutchinson Regional Medical Center has not only allowed me to grow as a telemetry nurse, they have also allowed me to branch out into the education department and SANE. I love the opportunities that the hospital has provided me to expand myself as a nurse and a person.” – Julie Carlton