Kalispell Regional Healthcare recently unveiled a 190,000-square-foot facility dedicated to specialty care for children. Montana Children’s is the heart of comprehensive care for infants, children and adolescents in the local area and throughout the state of Montana. With twelve pediatric unit beds, twelve neonatal intensive care unit beds and six pediatric intensive care unit beds, Montana Children’s is the first of its kind in the state (with room to grow and expand).
KRH is offering a phenomenal opportunity for well-trained, ambitious PICU Registered Nurses to be part of the buildup. This is a rare professional opportunity to be part of the new facility.
What we offer PICU RNs:
$15K-20K SIGN-ON INCENTIVE for Full-Time, New-Hires
Competitive Benefits Package
Current RN License and ability to obtain Montana RN license
Current BLS HCP and PALS, ACLS Certification required
Two year of previous Pediatric Intensive Care experience required
National Certification in Pediatric Nursing preferred
In July 2019, Montana Children’s Medical Center (MCMC) at Kalispell Regional Healthcare (KRH) opened Montana's first comprehensive children's hospital. This brand-new, state of the art 190,000-square-foot pediatric center dramatically expands intensive care and other medical services for critically ill children in the Flathead Valley. KRH is offering a phenomenal opportunity for well-trained, ambitious Pediatric, NICU, and PICU RNs to be part of the new Montana Children’s Medical Center Team. This is an professional opportunity to be part of the new facility with a 12 bed NICU, 6 bed PICU and 12 bed Pediatric acute care units. These units are designed to care for patients with chronic and acute medical, surgical and oncological diagnoses.
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