RN - Peri-Operative Jobs at Houston Methodist in Houston, TX

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Join our elite team of registered nurses by applying for RN - Peri-Operative jobs at Houston Methodist today. Houston Methodist includes eight hospitals in the Houston area, each with its own unique history of health care innovation.

RN – Peri-Operative jobs at Houston Methodist can include:

  • Charge Nurse: This team member provides an environment for the management and delivery of safe patient care. The Charge Nurse is a role model and coach to department personnel and assists in developing their skills and knowledge.
  • Registered Nurse II: This team member provides direct patient care to individuals with varied and complex needs.

Houston Methodist is an equal opportunity employer offering competitive pay and comprehensive benefits. Apply for RN - Peri-Operative jobs at Houston Methodist today.

As an ISO 9001 certified hospital, Houston Methodist West Hospital not only continues Houston Methodist standard of high quality, advanced technology and personalized care, it also continues the culture focused on employees, volunteers and physicians that Houston Methodist has been recognized for. Houston Methodist West Hospital offers competitive benefits, diversity in the workforce, recognition, and a unique environment focused on patient and family centered care with our I CARE values of integrity, compassion, accountability, respect and excellence at our foundation.
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Our tremendous growth has created unmatched opportunities for qualified health care professionals and we’re prepared to reward those who join us with attractive sign-on bonuses for select positions. View bonus-eligible jobs Houston Methodist is an Equal Opportunity Employer inclusive of female, minority, disability and veterans.
What It Means To Be A Nurse At Houston Methodist
“If it weren’t for my doctors and coworkers, I’d be dead,” said Diana Corliss, a resident nurse at Houston Methodist San Jacinto Hospital. “They refused to give up on me.” In August, staff members took turns physically compressing Corliss’s chest for a grueling 45 minutes in the ...

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