Medical Centers, our pediatric specialists are here to ensure the
best possible care for our smallest patients. As a part of our
Pediatrics and Pediatric ICU (PICU) team, you will help more than
9,000 families grow and flourish each year. Share your passion at a
Level 1 Trauma Center affiliated with multiple
Pediatric Subspecialty Clinics and designated by the California
Children’s Services (CCS) Program for both Inpatient Pediatrics and
last a lifetime begin at Community — for new families and for our
teams. If you want to be a part of an organization that operates
like a family, challenges each other to constantly improve and grow
together, you will fit in with our pediatrics teams.
We know that
life goes on while you’re on the job, so we’re here to support you
with competitive pay, excellent benefits, and unique perks like
concierge services, and free membership to our fitness center with
free personal training. We are dedicated to cultivating your career
too, and offer tuition and certification reimbursement programs,
along with on-the-job training and professional growth.
Your Career at Community | Opportunity. Challenge.
to serve in a fast-paced environment, with the utmost expertise.
Here, you’re part of a team that cares for the whole family in
trauma situations. In this role, you will collaborate with
multidisciplinary teams and care for critically-ill pediatric
medical-surgical and trauma patients. The Pediatric unit has 11
beds for inpatient pediatrics, with a 1:3+ patient:nurse ratio. The
PICU houses 10 beds and has a 1:1+ patient:nurse ratio.
and Education Minimum Requirements:
- Graduate of
approved nursing program required.
- RN, current
State of California Registered Nurse license required.
- BLS, current
Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers by American Heart
Association (AHA) required.
Contact Recruiter Jill Parker today at
JParker5@communitymedical.org or text me at 559-283-0660
Click HERE to learn more about our awesome benefits
offerings as well!
Please note: Per the CDPH
healthcare workers are required to be vaccinated for COVID-19 or
have an approved exemption
and test regularly.