To learn more about this Tucson Medical Center, visit us at or click here to apply for this position.

Nursing Opportunities in the Post Critical Care 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.

Are you a team player with a zest for learning? Are you committed to a quality patient experience with a positive attitude and aptitude. If so, we would love for you to join our team. The Post Critical Care Unit delivers excellent care to a diverse population of high-acuity patients and makes for an excellent pathway into critical care.

We are a fast-paced 36-bed, step-down unit, with 12 private rooms and 24 semi-private rooms. Our RNs and PCTs pride themselves in mentoring new hires to become successful in their health care roles. Case managers and pharmacists are present on the unit to assist in delivering timely patient care.

Patient population:

  • Post open heart
  • Cardiac cath with interventions
  • Chest surgeries
  • Patients requiring cardiac drips
  • Patients requiring a higher level of care
  • MIs

The RN coordinates 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.

Tucson Medical Center 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.

About Tucson Medical Center

The links below share information about the culture of nursing at Tucson Medical Center:


Please click here to apply for this position.