Medtrust, LLC

  • Registered Nurse - Burn ICU

    Location US-TX-San Antonio
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/4/2019 9:59 AM)
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  • Overview

    MedTrust is NOW HIRING Registered Nurses for our Burn ICU/Step Down Unit - San Antonio Military Medical Center (SAMMC). This opportunity offers generous pay + full benefits and extensive Burn ICU training provided.


    SAMMC holds both Level I Trauma certification and accreditation from the American Burn Association and is one of only 15 hospitals in the United States that hold this status. SAMMC's Burn Center - the only one of its kind for the nation's military, services the needs of active duty military members as well as civilians. 

    Send your resume to Carsha Flowers at or call me today at 210-319-4140.


    As a MedTrust team member, you are eligible for the following benefits:


    • Medical
    • Dental 
    • Vision
    • Life Insurance
    • SHort Term & Long Term Disability
    • 401 K
    • Paid Time Off
    • Sick Time
    • Federal Holidays
    • CEU Reimbursement




    Registered Nurse Duties:
    As a MedTrust RN, your duties and responsibilities will be the same as any other registered nurse on the same unit.


    We are seeking experienced RNs with a sincere dedication to provide care to burn patients.


    Extensive unit specific training will be provided to the selected candidates. Must possess background in SICU, MICU, Neuro ICU or Cardiac ICU for immediate consideration.


    Registered Nurse Requirements:
    Must have Associate or Baccalaureate degree from an accredited nursing program
    Valid Registered Nursing license from any US jurisdiction
    BLS, ACLS from the American Heart Association

    The RN must posses 1 year of ICU, plus 2 years of clinical nursing for a total of 3 years experience in the last 4 years


     MedTrust LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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