The Minneapolis VAHCS is a Level 1a facility located in the heart of Minnesota’s metropolitan Twin Cities area. Minneapolis VAHCS includes the hospital campus with ~250 acute care/CLC beds and over 100 outpatient clinics, in addition to fourteen CBOCs throughout Minnesota and Western WI. The MVAHCS is known for its excellence in veteran care throughout our Patient Service Lines including Primary & Specialty Medicine, Surgical & Specialty Care, Mental Health, Extended Care and Rehabilitation, Spinal Cord Injury & Polytrauma, and Education & Research. With over 4,000 employees and more than 1,200 volunteers, we serve our 105,000 unique veterans and complete more than 1 million Outpatient visits each year.
This is a prominent leadership position with four direct reports, that promotes and impacts infection prevention and maintenance throughout the Health Care System. This position has an incredible opportunity to influence and create impactful change in policies and procedures related to outbreak investigations, surveillance tracking, disaster planning, and risk assessment strategies for patient care. The position is vacating due to retirement.
Send resume/CV to Amy Daly, Nurse Recruiter Amy.Daly@va.gov
Call with any questions 612-467-4392 (office); 612-919-7854 (cell)
We believe our employees are our greatest asset and look forward to having you share your strengths and talents with America’s Heroes. Come join the VA.
Bachelor's Degree required
5 years RN experience
Infection Prevention experience very important
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About Minneapolis VA Health Care System
Please consider the Minneapolis VA Medical Center as your first choice for employment. Our Mission is to “Honor America’s veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well-being.” Nurses employed with the Minneapolis Health Care System say that they truly enjoy caring for the veteran patient. We employ approximately 1400 nursing staff for our tertiary care facility and community based outpatient clinics. The VA offers many opportunities for a rewarding nursing career. Nurses contribute to the Vision of the organization by providing patient-centered, integrated healthcare that includes collaborative practice, research, education, and community partnering. It is a place where people choose to work! I invite you to follow the career they have chosen by becoming a VA nurse leader!