Oklahoma Heart Hospital Nurses
Nursing Department Highlights
FOCUSED, COMPASSIONATE CARE
With a maximum of four patients at one time, our nurses have time to get to know their patients and their families while providing the highest quality of care.
1:4 General Nursing • 1:1 or 1:2 Critical Care Unit • 1:3 Interventional Unit
Need Wednesdays off due to other commitments? Want to go on a field trip with your child? Our self-scheduling approach gives our nurses the flexibility they need to balance work and life.
NURSING POD LAYOUT DESIGN
Patient rooms are fully stocked with all necessary supplies and arranged in a circular layout around each nursing station to streamline patient care and save our nurses time.
BENEFITS & SIGNING BONUS
Our competitive benefits package includes health benefits beginning on your first day of employment, retirement plans, tuition reimbursement, and much more. Plus, we offer signing bonuses for full-time employees on night shift.
Oklahoma Heart Hospital has two hospital locations, North and South, and more than 60 clinics across the state of Oklahoma.
Critical Care Unit & Interventional Unit
Progressive Coronary Care Unit
Nurse Extern Criteria
- Currently enrolled and in good standing of final year in a Registered Nursing program
- Have at least a 3.0 GPA
- Able to work 36-40 hours per week during the entire program
- Complete application online
Provide an updated resume, which needs to include:
- Expected graduation date
- Recent copy of official transcript
- Two clinical letters of reference
- Submit Paperwork here:
Applicants will be called if selected for an interview and should make themselves available if at all possible.
Once the Externship has been completed, OHH has the option to retain the Nurse Extern while he/she completes his/her last year of nursing school. After graduation, OHH also encourages a smooth transition from Extern to Intern to RN and pays for a NCLEX Review Course to assist Nurse Interns in preparing for their boards.
Your Nursing Career Starts Here
Hear from our nurses about personalized training, continuing education opportunities, low patient ratios, and more.