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Nursing Opportunities in the Adult Surgical Inpatient Unit at Tucson Medical Center

Tucson Medical Center's most valuable resources are the people who come to work every day and the culture that makes our hospital unique and effective. Our culture fosters a caring, friendly and compassionate environment with an excellent team with exceptional teamwork. We are looking for people with great energy and excitement to join our team . 

We are looking for registered nurses to coordinate patient-care planning with other disciplines utilizing the principles of the nursing process and critical-thinking skills in order to maintain patient safety and well-being. 

RNs on the Adult Surgical Inpatient Unit enjoy working in a fast-paced environmnet with a diverse population of high-acuity patients. We are looking to hire patient-centered and empathetic staff. Surgical patients make up about 80 percent of the patients on this 57-bed unit.

Patient population:

  • Gastrointestinal
  • Urologic
  • Cardiothoracic
  • Colorectal
  • Bariatric
  • Vascular
  • Medical/Medical Telemetry
  • Overflow (women’s surgery, wound care, etc.)

The unit is also designated for bariatric surgeries and is part of the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program. Nurses working in this unit have the opportunity to be nominated to become a certified med-surg registered nurse (CMSRN).

TMC is a 600-bed nonprofit community hospital serving patients from throughout Southern Arizona and northern Mexico. TMC employs more than 3,000 employees. TMC’s medical staff has a membership of more than 600 providers.

Our ideal candidate will:

  • demonstrate our values: Compassion, Dedication, Community and Integrity in all interactions.
  • drive culture change through employee engagement and leadership development
  • leverage Lean tools and methodologies to drive organizational change
  • be a proven leader with a track record of developing dynamic leadership teams

Minimum Qualifications


Graduation from a qualified, nationally accredited nursing program.


One year of nursing experience in an acute-care setting preferred.

Licensure or Certification:

Current RN licensure permitting work in the state of Arizona and current cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, certification. BLS upon hire, ACLS recommended.

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