Graduate Registered Nurse (RN) Telemetry FT Nights - StaRN
At Lees Summit Medical Center
, above all else, we are committed to the care and improvement of human life, every patient, every time. Located at intersection of 350 highway and Todd George Road in Lees Summit Missouri, Lees Summit Medical Center continues to be recognized for providing top quality care. Through our values of Integrity, Compassion, Always, Respect and Excellence we strive to exceed our patients healthcare needs and live the mission of HCA Midwest Health each day.
As our community grows, so does our campus. Current services include Level III trauma care, Level II Stroke state designations, Accredited Chest Pain Center, Sarah Cannon Cancer Care, and an orthopedic center for excellence. An OR expansion project is currently underway and future plans for our campus include additional expansion of service lines and in increase in our overall bed capacity. With lots of space to grow, Lees Summit Medical Center can continue to meet the needs of the residents they serve for years to come.
Jump Start Your Nursing Career at HCA by considering our Specialty Training Apprenticeship for Registered Nurses (StaRN).
This New Graduate Nurse Program is designed to prepare you to succeed in a hospital environment. The StaRN Program is a facility sponsored, HCA led specialty training initiative designed to provide intense post graduate training to a new graduate nurse. The program is comprised of a combination of didactic training, high definition simulation and clinical preceptorship at the sponsoring facility.
As a new RN in our StaRN Program, you will receive the education and support necessary to develop the judgment, skill and knowledge youll need to become the highest caliber nurse. A lofty goal - yet a very achievable one - we guarantee you will be mentored by the best, most highly educated nurses within our facility.
During the StaRN program, you will work with instructors to complete the class assignments, skills training, exercises and relevant testing. Then, you will work with your preceptor during the six to seven week preceptorship that follows. At successful program completion, you will be a full-time hospital employee with specialty training, established relationships and familiarity with our values and culture.