Centurion Health Pendleton, IN
- Posted: over a month ago
- Per Diem
Centurion is proud to be the provider of comprehensive healthcare services Indiana Department of Correction.
We are currently seeking per diem Registered Nurses to join our team at Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility located in Pendleton, Indiana.
PRN; various shifts
The RN is responsible for providing holistic nursing care within the appropriate scope of practice to incarcerated patients. Registered Nurses work under the direction of the Director of Nursing and/or Nursing Supervisor and collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to identify, assess and respond to a wide range of physical, psychological and social needs of the patient.
We offer excellent compensation and comprehensive benefits for our full-time team members including:
- Health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance
- 401(k) with company match
- Generous paid time off
- Paid holidays
- Flexible Spending Account
- Continuing Education benefits
- Much more...
Centurion Health contracts with state and local governments nationwide to provide comprehensive healthcare services to correctional facilities, state hospitals, and other community settings. Our dedication to making a difference and our passionate team of the best and the brightest healthcare employees has made us one of the leaders of the correctional health industry. Whether you are driven by purpose and impact or on a journey of professional growth, our opportunities can offer both.
- Active Indiana RN license or ability to obtain license
- Current CPR
- Corrections experience not required
- Ability to obtain a security clearance, to include drug screen and criminal background check
MHM Services, Inc. d/b/a Centurion Group, Inc. (“Centurion”) is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Centurion Health is a national leader in the correctional healthcare industry. We partner with state and local government agencies to provide comprehensive healthcare services to state correctional facilities and county detention centers nationwide. We have a team of over 9,000 healthcare professionals ensuring we deliver high-quality care to our patients. In the United States, the average time of incarceration is 2-3 years, and 95% of the incarcerated population is released from prison and into the community. The work we do helps them get off to a better start when they reintegrate into society. That’s why we believe that correctional health is public health, and we’re dedicated to transforming the health of the communities we serve, one person at a time.