Registered Nurse I – Corrections
The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department and is recruiting for caring and compassionate Registered Nurses determined to make a positive difference in healthcare, one patient at a time. Experienced and entry level RNs encouraged to apply.
Correctional healthcare offers a safe environment and a wide variety of experiences with clinical opportunities to develop extensive nursing skills in the areas of assessment, routine, urgent, and emergent healthcare. Opportunities to work with specialty services include orthopedics, GI, dialysis, women's health, oncology, oral surgery, wound care, rehabilitation, ophthalmology, etc.
Nurses passionate about professional healthcare and patient education improve the lives and functioning of this unique patient population. There are many patients with chronic conditions identified that benefit from disease management, medication administration and lifestyle changing education.
- License: Must possess and maintain a current registered nurse Interim Permit or a license as a Registered Nurse in the State of California.
- Certification: Must possess a Basic Life Support (BLS) certification at the time of hire and maintain the certification.
About the Hospital
ARMC, which is owned and operated by the County of San Bernardino, is a state-of-the-art 456 bed university-affiliated teaching medical center featuring the newest in technology in the field of patient care. ARMC is host to a 24-hour Emergency Department providing more than 90,000 annual visits, a Level II Trauma Center verified by the American College of Surgeons, a Regional Burn Center, Behavioral Health Services, Outpatient Specialty Clinics and five Primary Care Family Health Centers (FHC). The FHCs offer comprehensive primary care medical services to individuals and families of all age groups. The FHCs are staffed with experienced attending physicians and resident physicians from the Medical Center. ARMC is a Primary Stroke Center and has a Baby Friendly designation from Baby-Friendly USA with over 2800 births per year. The Neonatal Intensive Care is a 30 bed Community California Children's Services certified unit.