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Clinical Nurse I

Georgetown University Hospital

Washington, DC
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Clinical Nurse I at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital

Clinical Nurse I

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, C5-2

Regular Full-Time



Contact: Ashley Reil


Pediatric Intensive Care Unit - C5-2

The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital is a multidisciplinary 14-bed unit that provides care for critically ill patients with ages ranging from neonates to 23 years. The unit is supported by the full spectrum of medical and surgical services. The PICU specializes in the care of complex transplant patients, such as pediatric liver, kidney, small bowel and multivisceral organ transplants. As one of MedStar Georgetown's Centers of Excellence, the MedStar Georgetown Transplant Institute draws pediatric patients from all around the world for our growing program, which recently introduced pediatric living donor transplants and domino transplants.

The PICU provides the highest level of care to critically ill medical and surgical patients including those requiring high-frequency oscillatory ventilation, continuous veno-venous hemofiltration and inhaled nitric oxide. A team of three pediatric intensivists supervises the care of all patients in partnership with with residents, interns and attending physicians from other specialties. If you are interested in becoming part of this cutting edge interdisciplinary team, please feel free to apply online or contact us.


-          Required: One year of hospital-based nursing experience. The PICU team offers training courses for experienced nurses multiple times throughout the year.

-          Preferred: Experience with Pediatric Intensive Care patients is an asset.

Education and Certification:

-          BSN Preferred. Will consider experienced candidates enrolled in a BSN program.


-          12-hour shifts

-          Self-scheduling, 6-week schedules

-          Rotating Shifts (minimal rotation within a schedule i.e. one schedule of days followed by one schedule of nights).

-          Day shift positions available for a PRN Pediatrics Sedation Nurse (requiring five shifts in a six week period)



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