HCA Holdings, Inc
San Jose, CA, United States
About Good Samaritan Hospital
Good Samaritan Hospital is a 474 bed acute care hospital in the heart of Silicon Valley, with two locations, the main campus in San Jose, California and the Mission Oaks campus in Los Gatos, California. We are a recognized leader in neurosciences, high-risk obstetrics, comprehensive cancer services, advanced cardiology, and innovative surgery techniques. Our recognition includes being the first of only five hospitals in the country to become a Stroke Certified Hospital, one of only ten hospitals nationwide to be awarded the Outstanding Achievement Award from the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer four consecutive times, and a Santa Clara county designated STEMI receiving center. We have also been chosen by the members of the communities we serve as the “Bay Area’s Best Place to Have a Baby” and “Family Favorite Hospital” for over 10 years. Recognition from so many organizations demonstrates our dedication to quality health care for the people of Silicon Valley.
This cohort will begin on March 18, 2019. You must have your California RN license to be eligible for this cohort.
Accelerate your nursing career by joining our Specialty Training Apprenticeship for Registered Nurses (StaRN) program! We invite new graduate registered nurses to apply for a unique opportunity to be given didactic and clinical training in Medical/Surgical and Critical Care units at Good Samaritan Hospital.
In our StaRN program, you will receive the education and support necessary to develop the judgment, skill and knowledge you will need to become the highest caliber nurse. During the StaRN program, you will work with instructors to complete class assignments, skills training, exercises and relevant testing. Then, you will work with your preceptor during the preceptorship that follows and have the opportunity to be receive mentoring by the best, most highly educated and trained nurses within our facilities.
First 5 to 9 weeks didactic learning:
Monday-Friday, days - including interactive classroom discussion, home study days, additional certification, skills training, computer training and a full week of simulation lab training.
Remainder of the program:
6 to 8 weeks of clinical preceptorship in the unit with StaRN instructor follow up at 2 week intervals.
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Graduate of an Accredited School of Nursing, BSN preferred.
* This is for graduates within the previous 12 months who do not have any acute care experience.
* Independently maintains license
* Acquires required contact hours to maintain license
* Applicants may apply for the program prior to passing the NCLEX exam
* Training will include BLS/ACLS certification
* Self-motivated and strong communication skills required
Acceptance into the program requires a two-year commitment to Good Samaritan Hospital
Job: *Nursing - Professional
Title: Good Samaritan Hospital - New Grad Registered Nurse - StaRN cohort
Location: California-San Jose-Good Samaritan Hospital
Requisition ID: GSH-31819
HCA Holdings, Inc
Website : http://hcahealthcare.com
At its founding in 1968, Nashville-based HCA was one of the nation's first hospital companies. Today, we are the nation's leading provider of healthcare services, a company comprised of locally managed facilities that includes about 165 hospitals and 115 freestanding surgery centers in 20 states and England and employing approximately 204,000 people. Approximately four to five percent of all inpatient care delivered in the country today is provided by HCA facilities. Milton Johnson serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of HCA. HCA is committed to the care and improvement of human life and strives to deliver high quality, cost effective healthcare in the communities we serve. Building on the foundation provided by our Mission & Values, HCA puts patients first and works to constantly improve the care we give them by implementing measures that support our caregivers, help ensure patient safety and provide the highest possible quality. Investing in our communities is important to us. HCA typically invests about $1.5 billion annually to keep our facilities modern and up-to-date technologically and to expand and add services where needed. Focusing primarily on communities where the company is a leading healthcare provider, HCA selectively adds new facilities in order to better serve our communities. And because two HCA founders were physicians, we value highly the strong relationships we've created with local physicians. We endeavor to provide them with a wide array of services and modern facilities in order to help them deliver the best possible care.