Excellent working conditions, state-of-the-art technology and excellent patient-focused care characterize Union Hospital. Our employees enjoy excellent benefits, a competitive salary, abundant continuing education opportunities, support services and a sense of value and respect for the work they do. All of this combine results in a high level of employee satisfaction.
Nearly 3,000 employees are at the heart of Union Hospital's reputation as a quality healthcare provider in the Wabash Valley. Patient safety and satisfaction is job number one at Union Hospital.
A rewarding and challenging experience awaits you as an employee of Union Hospital. Whether you prefer working in a large hospital that is a regional referral center, or in a smaller hospital in a rural setting, Union Hospital has opportunities for you.
If you are ready to join a dynamic team of professionals at an outstanding medical facility, please explore our current list of job openings.
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Preparing for a position with Union Hospital is a significant learning experience. Orientation includes both classroom and clinical training in your assigned area. If you are new to nursing, you will enter a six-week preceptorship program with the hospitals or you will spend a period of time shadowing a person in one of the physician offices. In either case you will be working closely with a nurse experienced in your chosen specialty.
Nurse Residency Program
One-year program spans three phases of the new nurse experience
- Clinical orientation with an experienced RN preceptor
- 10 Nurse Residency Workshops with Active Learning Projects
- Formal mentorship with an experienced RN mentor
The evidence-based nurse residency program is based on the Institute of Medicine, American Association of Colleges for Nursing and the Indiana Center for Nursing recommendations for a formal residency to support the transition from student to practicing nurse professional.
Key elements in the residency program assist the new nurse with:
- Critical decision making
- Evidence-based practice application
- Communication with health care team partners
- Patient advocacy
- Clinical skill competency
Outcomes from nurse residency target increased satisfaction with your career choice by providing support, guidance and nursing expertise.