Exeter Hospital, Core Physicians, and Rockingham VNA & Hospice, part of Beth Israel Lahey Health, proudly serve the beautiful NH seacoast region. Our principal mission is to work together to create healthier communities. What makes us unique is the spirit of our staff who are team-oriented and focused on providing an outstanding patient care experience and quality outcomes for those we are privileged to serve. In addition, we want to ensure that our employees feel well cared for by offering a comprehensive benefits package, on-going training and growth opportunities, wellness resources, special perks, and more.
Our Magnet designation is recognition of our excellent nursing staff and the high quality, innovative patient care we deliver every day in our community and our Med/Surg Department is proof that nursing doesn't need to be flashy to be rewarding, compelling, meaningful, and exciting!
4 West Medical/Surgical is a 20 bed unit with an average daily census of 20 patients. Our Med/Surg Nursing team is both grounded and progressive, with a focus on relationship-based patient care, innovation, and opportunities for learning and skills development within a safe, stable, and collaborative environment. If you love a collaborative and comprehensive healthcare environment, where you will practice nursing the way you know it should be – clinically excellent, compassionate, and progressive; if you love making a difference in the lives of patients and their families, you’ll love working as a Registered Nurse within the Exeter Hospital Med/Surg Department…and we’ll love having you! We invest in our employees. We’ll make sure you are supported and well-cared for as you care for our patients and their loved ones.
Open to various Registered Nurse backgrounds.
- 1 Year previous RN experience in medical surgical or cardiac telemetry preferred
- BSN preferred
- RN License – NH state or any other compact state
- BCLS certified or within 30 days of hire
- ACLS certified or within 1 year of hire
Learn more about Nursing at Exeter here: Nursing at Exeter Hospital