This position functions within the Adolescent Psych department at Riley Children's Health. RNs in this department deliver care to emotionally challenged children and adolescents. In this role, you would be cross-trained to work in the Behavioral Assessment Center at Riley Children's Hospital. Nurses in this area are involved in the treatment planning and therapeutic interventions for their patients. Looking for RNs with good boundary setting skills that are comfortable de-escalating situations. If you are skilled at building relationships with patients and their families, we'd love to meet you!
Now considering December graduates. PCA experience in behavioral health is preferred.
Riley at IU Health is ranked as one of the best hospitals in the United States in 10 areas of specialized pediatric healthcare. The academic health center formed by our relationship with the Indiana University School of Medicine offers nurses an outstanding opportunity to excel in their careers. Our hardworking Magnet-designated nursing team consistently achieves the highest quality of nursing standards, drawing individuals who are highly motivated to engage in lifelong learning and professional development.
As one of the nation’s busiest sites for pediatric healthcare research, we seek to attract people who are passionate about improving children’s health. Here, you will have access to a wide range of education, research and career options to support your professional growth. You can stay current with the latest medical advancements and be part of a diverse team that is leading the way toward better care and treatments for children.
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