We provide a one-time bonus for initial certification in Emergency Nursing (CEN) and support certification
renewals through the tuition reimbursement program. Trauma Nursing Care (TNCC), Emergency Nursing Pediatric Care (ENPC), Advanced Cardiac
Life Support (ACLS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) are also supported by the tuition reimbursement program and we are pleased
to be able to offer them onsite.
We’re are developing a sexual assault forensic examiner program, which is scheduled to be in place by the Spring
of 2009 and have 11 of our nurses through the training program thus far.
Our staff are every day heroes and our greatest resource! They make a
difference in people’s lives every day. We are very interested in speaking with you about opportunities
in our Emergency Department if you are passionate about your work, have a positive attitude and high
expectations for providing excellent care, are energetic and enthusiastic, are motivated to continue to grow and
learn, and if you really like being part of an exceptional, highly skilled team.
| The Nursing Professionals magazine released its “2009 Top 100 Hospitals to Work For” issue, and includes MMC on its
The ratings are based on a survey that measured job satisfaction of 25,000 randomly-selected hospital nurses
throughout the country.
“This is a tribute to the caliber of people we have at the medical
center and their ability to work as a team,” says Marge Wiggins, Vice President of Nursing and Chief
Nursing Officer. “When you have terrific people doing outstanding work, the bar is set high, attracting the very best."
Our work environment is rapidly changing in response to increasing complexity of health care needs, increasing demands
for health care, and evolving technology. The diversity of our patients and our practice is a constant source of renewal
for each of us.
Maine Medical Center Emergency Department works closely with multiple community partners.
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