Fairview Health Services is seeking a part time RN to join the NICU team at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital. This role will provide care to critically ill premature infants and neonatal patients needing close observation. This position is 60 hours in a 2-week period, working rotating day/nights, 12-hour shifts and every 3rd weekend. This position is benefit eligible.
The NICU at University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital has staff with extensive specialized training and experience to provide stabilizing and life-saving care for sick newborns. In 2018, our program was once again ranked among the best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. We are also a designated March of Dimes NICU Family Support® program and have a Neuro NICU with specialized care for babies with neurologic conditions.
Specialists with University of Minnesota Health are leaders in critical care research and technology. We offer our smallest patients the benefits of receiving care at our nationally recognized academic medical center. The unit is recognized as a Level IV NICU — the highest level of intensive care for neonates.
Level 4 NICU
Neonatal Nurse Practitioners on Staff 24/7.
62 beds, including 3 isolation rooms.
Caring for premature babies born at 22 weeks and above.
Caring for infants with complex medical and surgical problems.
Offer a variety of respiratory modalities, ECMO, body cooling and dialysis.
RNs must be NRP certified. Previous NICU experience strongly preferred.
1-3 patients per RN depending on stability of the baby
MN RN License
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Fairview Health Services (fairview.org) is a Minneapolis-based nonprofit health system driven to heal, discover and educate for longer, healthier lives. Founded in 1906, Fairview provides exceptional care to patients and communities as one of the most comprehensive and geographically accessible systems in Minnesota. Through a close relationship with the University of Minnesota, Fairview offers access to breakthrough medical research and specialty expertise as part of a continuum of care that reaches all ages and health needs.