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Excela Health Nursing Careers

Excela Health nursing offers an opportunity to work in a robust team environment close to home. Excela Health is proud to hold System Magnet® Designation. This is a reflection of our nursing professionalism, strong collaboration and teamwork, and superiority in patient care.

As a nurse at Excela Health, there are many benefits and opportunities for you to grow professionally - through our Nurse Residency program, tuition assistance and shared governance. Sign-on bonuses are available for select positions ranging from $2,500 to $15,000. Listed below is a sampling of the nursing opportunities at Excela Health.

"Whether you want to work in a physician office, on a med/surg floor, or within a specialty like The Heart, Lung & Vascular Institute, we have the teams and technology to support you." Charity Patterson, BSN, RN-BC at Excela Health

The Heart Program (ICU, Cath Lab, Heart Center, PCU, SDU)

Performs specialized functions related to cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology procedures. Assists with radiology, nuclear medicine and stress echocardiology procedures that require a nursing component.

Click here to search and apply for positions in the Heart Program.
Click here to search and apply for positions in Perioperative.
Click here to search and apply for positions in Telemetry.
Click here to search and apply for positions in the Step Down Unit.
Click here to search and apply for positions in the ICU.

Orthopedics (Inpatient and Rehab)

This unit focuses on Orthopedic “Joint Replacement” specializing in shoulder, hip, and knee replacement. The nursing staff is an integral part of the “Joint Works Educational Program” which guides our patients through pre-operative preparation to admission, surgery and follow-up with excellent continuity of care.

Click here to search and apply for positions in Joint Works and Orthopedics.

Click here to search and apply for positions in EPIC Rehab.

Medical/Surgical (stroke, neurologic, surgical, etc.)

Med/Surg nurse provides care for a variety of patients from care before and after surgery and medical procedures to general medical problems.

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Psychiatric/Behavioral Health (inpatient and outpatient – adults and children)

Plans, organizes and conducts therapeutic interventions for assigned caseload in inpatient or outpatient environment. Emphasizes short term cognitive/behavioral approaches to effect social/emotional adjustment or address behavioral disorders; provides emergency behavioral health services to adults and/or children.

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Labor & Delivery (OB and Level II special care nursery)

The RN assesses, plans, implements and evaluates the care for the mother and baby.

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Emergency Departments

Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates the care for a designated group of patients. Coordinates, directs and actively participates as an effective member of the interdisciplinary health care team, contributing to the efficient operation of the unit and promoting positive patient outcomes.

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Home Health

The RN assesses, plans, implements and evaluates the care for a designated group of patients in their home. The RN coordinates, directs and promotes positive patient outcomes, and contributes to efficient agency operation.

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Hospice

The RN assesses, plans, implements and evaluates the care for a designated group of patients in their home. In addition, the Hospice RN provides palliative care and support to terminally ill patients and their families.

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Please view all of our opportunities and complete the required application for consideration. Virtual interviews are available during this time. If you have questions, please call or text 724-610-6703 Excela Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer/VEVRAA Federal Contractor.

Last Updated: January 10, 2022

Excela Health is requiring all new hires to submit proof of vaccination with one of the three authorized COVID-19 vaccines. New hires after January 11, 2022 but prior to February 28, 2022 must have had at least their first vaccine and agree to provide proof of their second vaccine within 45 days (Pfizer or Moderna). As of February 28, 2022 new hires must be fully vaccinated upon date of hire or be approved for a medical or religious exemption before beginning employment. Full vaccination is a condition of employment that applies to all of Excela Health team members for both COVID 19 and flu vaccines.

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