We are a 356-licensed bed quaternary/tertiary medical center and a certified Level I Trauma Center in both Missouri and Illinois. As a major teaching hospital, SLU Hospital bears a unique responsibility to deliver quality medical care to patients while providing clinical education and specialized training for our medical staff. In addition, we have one of the most comprehensive organ transplant programs in the Midwest, offering lung, kidney, kidney-pancreas, liver, bone and cornea transplants.
Opportunities for Experienced RNs
Opportunities are currently available for Registered Nurses in a variety of areas, including:
• Operating Room
• Critical Care
• Nurse Practitioners
• Emergency Room
To apply online, click here
Benefits are an important part of an employee's compensation package, and we offer a competitive benefits plan that includes:
• Medical/Dental/Vision/Life coverage
• Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
• Employee Stock Purchase Plan
• 529 College Savings Plan
• Employee and Dependent Tuition Remission Plan
• Sign-On Bonuses for select positions
• Paid Time Off
• Flexible Spending Accounts
• 401(k) Retirement Plan
• National Employee Referral Program
• Long-Term Care
Q. What is the best thing about working at SLU Hospital?
A. I love the acuity (i.e. level one trauma, stroke center). We have the sickest patients to care for.
Q. Why have you chosen to stay here at SLU Hospital?
A. I stay here because I love the position I am in. Specialty Care is my dream job. I enjoy the variety. I love being the person that others seek out. When I am assigned as specialty care I spend time in every area of the hospital in one shift. Our position assists with providing patients best care by connecting staff with the appropriate resources needed to care for the patient. I assist in decreased overtime by assisting with heavy assignments. I help with education for new staff. I listen to new staff and assist with their decision making process. I help with throughput by taking over care of patients in the ED and PACU until assigned bed staff is available. When I am assigned to Specialty Care my experience is valued and appreciated. I am frequently called by physicians to place IVs, assist them with procedures, or to assist nurses with unfamiliar procedures. I enjoy my coworkers including physicians. We have a great group on the night shift in all departments. It makes it nice to come to work.