Nothing in this world can compare to it: the look in the eyes of a child you care for every day. This is why you chose nursing. This is why you should experience the exceptional environment of one of the world’s elite pediatric institutions - where a holistic approach provides everything kids and their families need in one place.
Located in Washington, D.C., Children’s National Health System has been serving the nation’s children since 1870 and is ranked #1 for babies by U.S. News & World Report. And as a Magnet®-recognized facility, nursing practice here is based on mutual respect and shared decision-making. We celebrate our nurses every day, and empower them with ample opportunities for leadership, research, and continuing education.
Emergency Medicine & Trauma Center
Emergency Medicine and Trauma Services (EMTC) is a tertiary care, Level 1 trauma center comprised of six distinct patient care areas • 36 ED patient rooms • Two Code Rooms (4 beds) • 4-bed area designed for psychiatric patients • 18 decontamination showers with ability to utilize psychiatric area for Decontamination Zone6-• 6-bed Rapid Treatment Unit (RTU)
Pediatric ED @ United Medical
The Satellite Pediatric Emergency Department is located at the United Medical Center on Southern Ave SE and operates 24 hours per day and 7 days per week. The ED at UMC has 16 beds, including a Crisis Room and a room designed for psychiatric care. Patient and Family services are provided under a collaborative, shared leadership model. Organizationally the EMTC reports to the Chief Nursing Officer, Vice President of Nursing and operates within a multidisciplinary leadership team
Registered Nurse license in the District of Columbia
Five years of nursing experience with at least one year within a pediatric setting
At least one year of demonstrated nursing experience in a charge nurse role
Strong knowledge of JCAHO and other regulatory agency requirements
Basic Life Support
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