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LIVE AND WORK IN ONE OF THE WORLD’S GREAT RIVER CITIES AND BECOME PART OF ONE OF THE COUNTRY’S TOP NEONATOLOGY PROGRAMS.
A large, Catholic, not-for-profit health care system in eastern Missouri is seeking additional Neonatal Nurse Practitioners to help staff its all-private, 60-bed, Level IV NICU—the first of its kind.
The unit is currently undergoing expansion and will eventually house 65 all-private rooms. The NNPs also rotate to two smaller nurseries, as needed.
Rotating 12- and 24-hour shifts available; 36-hour work week.
The NNPs attend to a wide variety of patients, including cardiac neonates. No transport responsibility, some L&D coverage.
About the city:
Located on the eastern Missouri border, on the banks of the Mississippi River, the city is considered one of the world’s great river cities. It is often defined by music and the performing arts.
Known as The Gateway to the West, it is home to the world’s-largest man-made monument, and to Forest Park, the largest city park in the United States. Additionally, the city is home to nine Fortune 500 companies.
This unique city is home to a diverse multicultural population. Three of its communities were recently ranked among the 100 best places to live in the nation by Money magazine. Additionally, the city earned the No. 11 spot on Parenting Magazine’s 2011 Best Cities for Families. The rankings were based on schools, affordable homes, low crime rates, jobs and parkland. That same year, Careerbuilder.com ranked it as the 10th best city for recent college graduates. In 2012, BusinessWeek ranked one of its communities No. 1 “Best Place to Raise Your Kid – Missouri.”