Great opportunity to work with us with excellent benefits, including great employer matching 401K,
Tuition Reimbursement, Christmas bonus and the opportunity for quarterly bonuses!
RN Leadership Positions:
· Administrative Director of Nursing
· System Director of Utilization Review/ Case Management
North Campus Positions:
· RN OR Circulator, FT – $5000 SIGN ON BONUS
· RN Med Surg FT Nights, 7p-7a – $5000 SIGN ON BONUS
· RN Navigator II, Pre-Admission Testing, FT
· RN Pre-Admission Testing, FT and PRN
· RN Pre-op/Phase II, FT
· Patient Care Tech, Med Surg, FT and PRN, Day 7a-7p and Nights 7p-7a
· Unit Secretary, Med Surg, FT Days, 7a-7p
· Surgical Tech, FT – $2000 SIGN ON BONUS
· Surgical Orderly, FT
South Campus Positions:
· Pharmacy Manager, FT
· RN OR Circulator, FT – $5000 SIGN ON BONUS
· RN, Emergency Dept, FT Weekend Prime Nights, 7p-7a – $5000 SIGN ON BONUS
· RN, Emergency Dept, FT Midshift, 11a-11p – $5000 SIGN ON BONUS
· RN, Med Surg, FT Days, 7a-7p & FT & PRN Nights, 7p-7a – $5000 SIGN ON BONUS (FT)
· RN, Pain Circulator, FT
· RN, Pre-Admission Testing, PRN
· Radiographer II, PRN
· Ultrasound Tech, PRN
· MRI Tech, PRN
· Patient Access Rep, FT, Emergency Dept Float, Days
Northwest Surgical Hospital Positions:
· RN OR Circulator, FT & PRN – $5000 SIGN ON BONUS (FT)
· RN House Supervisor – $5000 SIGN ON BONUS
· RN Med Surg, PRN, Day 7a-7p and Night 7p-7a
· Surgical Tech, FT – $2000 SIGN ON BONUS
· Patient Care Tech, FT and PRN, 7a-7p
· Patient Access Representative, PRN
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Community Hospital/Northwest Surgical Hospital complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.
Community Hospital/Northwest Surgical Hospital is a facility in which physicians have an ownership or investment interest.
The list of physician owners or investors is available to you upon request.

EVENT CANCELLED In effort to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19

On Friday, March 20, OU College of Medicine students from the Class of 2020 will learn where they are going for their residency training during a tradition called Match Day.
After several months of applying and interviewing for residency positions, medical students across the United States discover, simultaneously, where they have matched for their residencies. The reveal takes place each year at noon on the third Friday of March. Students on the Oklahoma City campus will hold their Match Day ceremony at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tulsa campus students will hold their event at the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa.
Match Day marks a quick turnaround for medical students. After graduating from medical school in May, the newly minted doctors begin their residencies on July 1, in training programs that last from three to seven years. Some students stay at the OU College of Medicine for their residencies, but many match at health systems across the United States.
The OU College of Medicine admits a class of 165 students each year; approximately 140 undergo their education on the Oklahoma City campus and 25 on the branch campus in Tulsa, the OU-TU School of Community Medicine.
The process of matching with a residency program begins early in the fourth year of medical school; students apply through the National Resident Matching Program in their chosen specialties of medicine. The process, much like applying for a job, allows them to rank their location choices in order of preference. Over several months, they go to interviews at hospitals and other healthcare sites around the United States; the interviewers, in turn, rank their preferred candidates. The National Resident Matching Program uses a computerized algorithm to align the preferences of applicants with the preferences of residency program directors.
OU College of Medicine students have historically done very well in the Match process, earning prestigious positions at health systems across the nation and at home. As part of the state’s flagship university, the OU College of Medicine trains the majority of physicians who practice in Oklahoma.