Ochsner Health is a system that delivers health to the people of Louisiana, Mississippi and the Gulf South with a mission to Serve, Heal, Lead, Educate and Innovate.
Are you an experienced RN or you are just starting your nursing career? For a limited time, Ochsner Health is offering systemwide sign-on bonuses to med surg, telemetry, stepdown and emergency room nurses:
· $25,000 experienced RNs
· $20,000 new grad RNs
What is the commitment?
The sign-on bonus requires an 18-month commitment.
What is the payout structure?
The first payment of $15,000 is received initially upon hire. The remaining amount is paid at 12 months. Further restrictions may apply.
Each new day, team members are provided opportunities to change and save lives. It's that dedicated commitment to putting our patients first that makes Ochsner nurses so exceptional.
Ochsner nurses have the opportunity to practice in multiple locations; in dozens of specialties and subspecialties; across every service line and every setting, all without ever leaving the health system! Each facility offers a unique working environment and experienced medical staff, as well as state-of-the-art equipment and technology for an enhanced nursing and learning experience.
Whether you are an experienced nurse or you are just embarking on your career journey, there's a place for you at Ochsner. With 47 owned, managed and affiliated hospitals, Ochsner offers a variety of opportunities to grow your career right here in our system.
Full-time, part-time or 12-week temporary assignments, Ochsner Health has a variety of opportunities available for nurses and allied health professionals looking for a change!
The In-House Agency offers:
Learn more today! https://www.ochsner.org/in-hou...
Magnet designated Ochsner Medical Center, located at 1514 Jefferson Highway, is committed to providing a work environment where nurses are empowered and equipped to provide every patient with expert care.
Ochsner Medical Center achieved the Magnet Recognition for Excellence in Nursing Services from the American Nursing Credentialing Center (ANCC) in 2003 and re-designated in 2008 and 2019. Fewer than one percent of hospitals in the nation receive Magnet designation four consecutive times. This designation confirms that Ochsner is one of the best hospitals for nurses to practice their profession.
Do you want to know what it's like being a registered nurse at Ochsner Health? Hear from some of our nurses below!
Megan Vizinat, RN
"Ochsner is helping shape the next phase of nurses. Every day in the ER is different, and we need to be able to adapt and respond to situations at a moment's notice. Through Ochsner, I have attended classes that have helped with communication and critical thinking skills as well as expand my nursing knowledge."
Shalan Randolph, MBA, MSN, APRN & RNP
System Director of Employee Health
“I love Ochsner and my growth at this organization! I started as a medical assistant (while in nursing school) and grew my career from a registered nurse, clinical nurse practitioner, advance practice provider site lead and now system director! While I will truly miss my Ochsner Urgent Care Krewe, I am excited to meet and work with my new employee health colleagues!”
Alaina Brown, RN
"Having the opportunity to impact lives daily through my actions, is most rewarding for me. I take pride in what I do with each patient encounter. It gives me satisfaction when patients say, “thank you for taking the time to explain that”, or “I appreciate the eye contact”. It’s the little things, like kindness, respect, empathy, and compassion, that has the biggest effect in this field. Honestly, I’m not sure if I chose nursing; I think it chose me. Either way, it feels like home."
Heather Rouyer, BSN, RN, CCRN
Operations Coordinator, Cardiac-Medical ICU
"My passion for nursing is critical care education, resuscitation training, and growing new graduate nurses. I have really enjoyed educating others over the years with the knowledge that I have acquired from great mentors. Five years ago, I became involved in the resuscitation committee and was a part of the first rapid response team at Ochsner Medical Center in 2017. It was great to see such hard work advocated over the years come to fruition, but the team reached the incredible outcomes in just its first year. To me, the most important piece to our nursing career is lifelong learning; there is truly never a time when you stop learning."
Ochsner Health does not consider an individual an applicant until they have formally applied to the open position on this careers website.