Lake Forest Hospital is the leading provider of health care in Lake County, providing convenient access to services at both Lake Forest and Grayslake campuses and six additional locations. We have a team of 700 physicians trained in 90 specialties.
Currently, we are building a new hospital in Lake Forest designed to accommodate leading-edge technology and allow our caregivers to continue offering the latest medical breakthroughs in diagnostic and procedural medicine. The 160-acre campus integrates medical care with health and wellness; walking and biking trails as well as a new common area provide opportunities for community activity and enjoyment.
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At Lake Forest Hospital, you can make a difference. Whether your talents take you to the bedside or into a role that supports other hospital functions, being part of Lake Forest Hospital means you are part of providing exceptional patient care. You’ll have the opportunity to work alongside leading medical professionals, and you’ll gain valuable knowledge by learning from skilled leaders who bring energy, commitment and a passion for excellence to every part of the Lake Forest Hospital experience.
We consider our employees to be our most important asset, which is why we provide comprehensive benefits and an environment that helps you achieve balance between your work and your life. We give the best to our employees because we know that you’ll give your best to our patients.
Join us. Be a part of something special.
Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital
Essential Functions: Required Bachelor's degree or equivalent. Must demonstrate broad and thorough knowledge of the theories, principles and practices in a professional discipline, specialized or occupational field. More than five up to seven years of related work experience required, demonstrating a broad and detailed knowledge of job responsibilities and methods. AA/EOE
Nov 09, 2016 Post Date
0015935 Requisition #Learn More
The staff nurse is a registered nurse (RN) licensed to practice nursing in the state of Illinois who accepts the responsibility for assuring competent, compassionate, individualized, nursing care for specific patients and families as the primary care nurse, including delegation to and supervision of non-professional clinical and support staff. The RN has the...
Sep 21, 2016 Post Date
0002904 Requisition #Learn More