As a Nurse at UNM Hospitals, you’ll be part of a collaborative team that continually works to improve patient health and nursing practice. With our size and scope, you can choose from a broad range of disciplines and unique opportunities. No matter which area suits your interest and expertise, you’ll care for a diverse group of patients in a supportive academic medical center environment.
In this role you will be responsible and accountable for the independent planning, organization, implementation and evaluation of Ambulatory Specialty Practice patients. You will work with a range of different ortho specialties and many different departments.
Qualified candidate must be a licensed Registered Nurse (RN) in the state of New Mexico or as allowed by reciprocal agreement by State of New Mexico with 3 years of directly related experience. BSN, bilingual, ACLS, outpatient experience and orthopedic or case management experience is preferred.
Albuquerque is a culturally diverse and welcoming city with over 320 days of sunshine a year, where you will find a variety of artistic and cultural events, including the annual International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta; and seasonal recreational activities in nearby Sandia Mountains. Within a short drive you can experience historical Santa Fe and Taos.
We offer a generous compensation package, including medical & dental benefits, paid holidays, vacation & sick leave, tuition reimbursement, and relocation reimbursement.
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As a teaching hospital and the only Level 1 Trauma Center in the state of New Mexico, we offer our professionals the opportunity to do impactful work and to grow, as individuals and a team.
- New Mexico's only Academic Medical Center
- Serving more than 450,000 outpatients each year
- Recognized for 13 pediatric subspecialties
- Treating more than 90,000 emergency patients annually
- Operating a variety of clinics throughout Albuquerque
Through our community-responsive, culturally competent patient care, education, and clinical research programs, our vision is to be the leader in improving New Mexico's health outcomes.
We aspire to be one of the nation's leading university hospitals—both an excellent academic institution and an innovative, community-oriented public teaching hospital.