Experienced Registered Nurses – Join Our Team!
If you are a Registered Nurse looking to make a difference in the lives of our tiniest patients, join our team of compassionate professionals at the Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Level III
Top Reasons to Choose Orlando Health – Winnie Palmer Hospital NICU III Unit:
- Competitive Pay: Evening, nights, and weekend shift differentials
- RNs in this unit receive a 6% premium added to the hourly rate.
- Free Continued Education Opportunities
- Nurse Certification Opportunity
- Benefits Start Day 1 of hire
- Room for growth, Just Culture & much, much more! Student loan repayment, tuition reimbursement, back up elder and childcare, pet insurance, etc.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Our 142-bed NICU has an array of specialized services including a program dedicated to the care of micro-preemies, and neonatal transport and ECMO programs. Orlando Health Winnie Palmer is proudly home to one of the largest award-winning neonatal intensive care units in the country and is recognized as a “Best Children’s Hospital” in Neonatology by U.S. News & World Reports.
- Graduate of an approved school of nursing.
- Meets all mandatory, developmental, and performance competency requirements for Orlando Health and unit/department
- Maintains current licensure as a registered nurse in the State of Florida or Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC)
- Maintains current BLS/Healthcare Provider certification
- At least two (2) years of experience as a Registered Nurse in a critical care setting. NICU experience prefer.
- Demonstrates critical knowledge, skills, and judgement to care for patients requiring complex assessment and therapies, high intensity interventions, and high-level continuous nursing vigilance.
- Utilizes information and assessment data to anticipate and respond with confidence and adapt to rapidly changing patient conditions.
- Identifies and prioritizes information to take immediate and decisive evidence-based, patient focused action.
- Monitors and adjusts specialized equipment used on patients, and interprets and records electronic displays, such as intracranial pressures, central venous pressures, pulmonary artery pressures, and cardiac rhythms from cardiac monitors, respirators, ventilators, oxygen pumps, etc.
- Responds to life-saving situations based on nursing standards and protocol.
- Observes, monitors, and assesses patients’ condition, recognizes, identifies, and interprets serious situations and calls Physician or takes preplanned emergency measures when Physician is not immediately available.
- Assesses patient’s needs and develops/revises an individualized plan of care based on patient needs and responses. Evaluates the patient’s progress toward attaining expected outcomes.
Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies
Located on the downtown Orlando campus, Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies opened in 2006, providing programs and services focused on the unique needs of women and newborns. Specialized care covers all facets of women's health, from comprehensive gynecological services and minimally invasive surgeries to obstetrics and high-risk pregnancies and births. The hospital is “Magnet” recognized for nursing excellence and high-quality patient care and is certified in perinatal care by The Joint Commission. Welcoming nearly 14,000 babies each year, the hospital’s 350 beds include 142 neonatal intensive care beds, making it one of the largest neonatal intensive care units under one roof in the country. As a sister hospital with Orlando Health Arnold Palmer for Children, the hospital was included in the 2021-22 “Best Children’s Hospitals” rankings by U.S. News & World Report, recognized for expertise in Neonatology, and, together with Orlando Health ORMC, was included in the IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals® list for 2021.