Employment at Orlando Regional Medical Center
As Central Florida's only designated teaching hospital, Orlando Regional Medical Center supports graduate medical education programs in seven residencies, including emergency medicine, internal medicine, OB-GYN, orthopedics, pathology, pediatrics and surgery. U.S.News & World Report has ranked ORMC among “America’s Best Hospitals” for cardiac care (three out of four years). Also, for four consecutive years, ORMC was among 152 hospitals nationally to be named a "Consumer Choice Award" winner by National Research Corporation. Orlando Regional Medical Center also has been named one of Central Florida’s top"family friendly" organizations.
Today, ORMC is staffed by more than 3,700 employees (12,000 system wide) and serves the healthcare needs of 640,000 residents and more than 4,500 visitors annually. The one-time 50-bed hospital has become the flagship of Orlando Health, with 1,606 beds and hospitals in four counties.
We offer a full range of excellent benefits, worklife/homelife programs and competitive salaries, including our new nursing clinical ladder program. Come and talk to us to see what we're all about! For more information please visit Orlando Health's Human Resource Department online.
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Registered Nurse Career Opportunities
Surgery Orientation / Career Opportunities
Orlando Regional Medical Center offers registered nurses who are interested in a career in the operating room a comprehensive OR Nurse Course. This 10-week course provides both classroom and clinical experience focusing on the role of the perioperative nurse.
This is an introductory course for the registered nurse with no previous OR experience who would like to enter the exciting field of perioperative nursing.
Following completion of the OR Nurse Course, ORMC surgery offers OR nurses and Surgical Techs a full and complete orientation that rotates through all the surgical specialties including surgical intervention for the Level One Trauma patient.
Our new team members are assigned to a preceptor to mentor and help them adjust to our surgeons and procedures. We are proud to differentiate ourselves with the level of training and preparation that we offer our new nurses and surgical techs in order to assure their success in this challenging environment.