Inland Northwest Health Services Registered Nurse in Spokane, Washington
Do you have deep compassion and great critical reasoning?
Your career wants us!
8 week orientation program in physical rehabilitation nursing and St. Luke's programs
In-services provided by physiatrists, nursing and therapy staff, vendors, and community professionals.
Your lifestyle wants us!
12-hour shifts, 72 hours per two-week pay period (8 hour shifts available too)
Weekend and holiday rotation
Paid time off benefits
Extra certification pay, competitive base pay, shift differential, preceptor pay
Employee benefits – very affordable medical plans with health incentives, dental plan with orthodontia, vision, 401(k) with employer match contributions and additional employer contributions, short and long term disability, life insurance, and more
Community discounts (e.g. Silverwood, Best of Broadway, Spokane County Fair, ski lift tickets, fitness centers, retail shops), cell phone plan discounts.
Your heart wants us!
Real hope and human connection - because the average length of stay is 14 days you get a chance to really connect with patients and their families. You will see both incremental progress and sometimes huge transformations, both physical and emotional in your patients as you care for them.
Assurance that your patients have an extraordinary, innovative care environment with: Robotic Lokomat© therapy, heated indoor therapy pool, assistive technology lab, e-stim bike, onsite "St. Luke's Community" with store, bank, vehicles, library, office area, bus, airplane to simulate community integration and provide creative treatment options, onsite "St. Luke's Community Park" outdoor space with a terrain park, adaptive gardening, hand-cycle track and adaptive playset.
Confidence that team members and management strive daily to make St. Luke's a safer and safer place for patients and staff. We hold daily safety rounds, implement real time changes and train on and follow "High Reliability" methods.
Friendly co-workers – new employees consistently rank friendliness as a hallmark of St. Luke's.
The Scope of St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute As a Level I Adult and Pediatric Trauma Rehab Center, St. Luke's offers comprehensive physical rehabilitation in a variety of care settings to meet diverse patient needs. This includes a 102 bed free-standing rehabilitation hospital. At our hospital, we have three inpatient units for people recovering from stroke, spinal cord injury and brain injury. We also treat people for amputations, orthopedic injuries and a variety of other diagnoses. We have nine outpatient clinics to include therapy services at Occupational Medicine and MUV fitness facilities. Therapy services are also provided at Providence Sacred Heart and Holy Family acute care hospitals, Providence home health and supplemental staffing at several rural hospitals.