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  • FT Night Shift Registered Nurse (RN) - Inpatient Rehab

    Job ID
    Experience (Years)
    Clinical - Registered Nurse
    Street Address
    4101 NW 89th Blvd
    UF Health Rehabilitation Hospital
    Position Type
    Full Time-Regular
  • Overview

    UF Health Rehabilitation Hospital - An Affiliation with Select Medical


    Gainesville, FL


    Full-time Registered Nurse -  Night Shift



    Benefits of becoming an RN with us: 

    • 12 hour shifts (Day or Night) 
    • Flexible scheduling
    • Sign-on Bonus for Full-time RNs - $10,000
    • Manageable case load
    • 75% success rate of patients going home from our hospital
    • Great nurse to patient ratios
    • New competitive rates and shift differentials 
    • Full benefits package (Medical,Vision, Dental, 401k, PTO and Tuition Assistance)
    • Team-oriented culture

    Come join us now as we transition into our brand new 60-bed acute rehab hospital in February 2019!



    Position Summary


    A Registered Professional Nurse provides direct patient care and functions as part of the Nursing Team. Uses the nursing process for systematically assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating patient care to maximize restoration and maintenance of the patient’s physical, psychological, spiritual health and goals.  Serves as an educator of patients, families and coworkers.


    Our rehab nurses work collaboratively with our therapy team to get the patients rehabilitated and back home to their families. 


    Minimum Education & Experience (Including Licenses)

    • Current state licensure as a Registered Nurse required.
    • BSN or enrollment in BSN program preferred.
    • Certified BLS or completion in first 90 days of employment required.
    • Previous experience preferred.

    Additional Data

    Overview of Select Medical Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospitals


    Select Medical’s Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospitals provide advanced treatment and comprehensive care to best address the medical, physical, emotional and vocational challenges for individuals with:

    • Brain Injury
    • Spinal Cord Injury
    • Stroke
    • Amputation
    • Neurological Disorders
    • Orthopedic Conditions
    • Multiple Traumas