Located in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories the Stanton Territorial Hospital (STH) is a 100-bed tertiary facility serving the 44,700 citizens of the Northwest Territories along with close to 6,000 residents of the Kitikmeot Region of Nunavut. Our team of medical professionals has a wide scope of practice, impressive training opportunities and great potential for career advancement.
Many of the rooms have fantastic views as the hospital is situated on the rocky shore of Frame Lake steps away from the new $350 million state of the art facility scheduled to be opened to the public in May 2019. For more information about the new facility and to track the progress please visit www.stantonrenewal.ca.
The Registered Nurse on the Critical Care units is a member of the nursing team who provides direct nursing care to patients in the Emergency and Intensive Care units at Stanton Territorial Hospital. These patients can range from stable to critically ill. Each of these nursing units has its specialized vocation in relation to its main focus, such as emergency and intensive care unit.
Following opportunities are available:
Registered Nurse- Intensive Care Unit (Full time indeterminate position& Relief (As & When required) position)
Registered Nurse- Emergency Unit (Full time indeterminate position& Relief (As & When required) position)
To be considered for these opportunities, candidates should possess the relevant education and experience as outlined in the attached job description. Critical Care training will be provided to the sucessful candidate.
Nurses can work anywhere; here is why we think you should choose to work in Yellowknife, NT.
If you’d like to make a difference and have a positive impact in a great community, apply today!
The Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority is responsible for the design and delivery of health and social services to ensure that the residents in the Northwest Territories have the best health, best care, for a better future.