Careers - Neuro-interventional Program
The Future of Stroke Care at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center
The Neurointervention Program at Good Samaritan will continue the hospital’s commitment to stroke care excellence by offering comprehensive, minimally-invasive care of patients with stroke and brain aneurysms.
The program will include dedicated space for:
- Assessment of stroke patients
- Performing neuroendovascular treatments
- Monitoring patients post-treatment
A major component of the neurointervention program will be the addition of a state-of-the-art neurointerventional biplane angiography system. The new system will bring significant advancements in the diagnosis and treatment of stroke, brain aneurysms, brain and neck tumors, and other neurological conditions.
Assistant Nurse Manager - Neuro ICU
Responsible for the coordination of assignments that meet the appropriate standard of care for patient's acuity to staff and organize teams based on Novice to Expert theory. Responsibilities also include the delivery of evidence-based patient care appropriate to the age of the patients served on the assigned unit through the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Day and night shifts available. Use the link below to apply for either shift and be sure to indicate your preference.
Advanced Practice Professionals
Responsible for obtaining a detailed medical history; performing a comprehensive physical examination; diagnosing medical problems; ordering and interpreting diagnostic studies; instituting appropriate medical treatment; ordering medications; performing invasive procedures and counseling patients and employees as credentialed and dispensing DME equipment. Works under the supervision/collaboration of a qualified physician member of the Medical Staff. Day and night shifts available. Use the link below to apply for either shift and be sure to indicate your preference.
Physician Assistant - Critical Care
Registered Nurse Neuro ICU
Responsible for the delivery of evidence-based patient care appropriate to the age of the patients served on his/her assigned unit through the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation; responsible and accountable for planning, delegating and coordinating the nursing care rendered to patients, including assessment, interdisciplinary planning, patient and family education and support and the appropriate assignment of patient care to staff while maintaining standards of care. Day and night shifts available. Use the link below to apply for either shift and be sure to indicate your preference.