LMC Nurse Notes

LMC is hiring nurses with at least one year of experience in Med/Surg, Critical Care and Labor & Delivery to work night shifts with a $2,500 signing bonus. Learn more:
http://www.lexmed.com/careers/career-paths/nursing.

 Leigh Warf, RN, MN, CWOCN, is a wound care specialist at LMC. We asked her, “What do you like about working as a nurse at LMC?” Her answer is below:
Leigh Warf

LMC Nurse Notes

LMC is hiring nurses with at least one year of experience in Med/Surg, Critical Care and Labor & Delivery to work night shifts with a $2,500 signing bonus. Learn more:
http://www.lexmed.com/careers/career-paths/nursing.

Katie Bedenbaugh, RN, OCN is a nurse for cancer patients at LMC. She has received the hospital’s Award of Excellence and LMC Gold for her great work. In this video, she talks about the experience of taking care of cancer patients and what she enjoys about being a nurse at LMC.

LMC Nurse Notes

LMC is hiring nurses with at least one year of experience in Med/Surg, Critical Care and Labor & Delivery to work night shifts with a $2,500 signing bonus. Learn more:
http://www.lexmed.com/careers/career-paths/nursing.

Ciji Bell, RN, BSN, is a brand new nurse manager in the Medical Intensive Care Unit at LMC. After spending years working as a traveling nurse everywhere from Anchorage to San Jose, she’s glad to be back home in South Carolina. Ciji has been with us for just 6 months. We asked her, “What do you like best about working at LMC?” Her answer is in the photo below:

LMC Nurse Notes

LMC Nurse Notes

Lisa Brown-Simpson, RNC, is certified in cardiac and vascular nursing. She’s been at Lexington Medical Center for 17 years. We asked her, “Why is it great to be a nurse at LMC?” Read her answer in the photo below:

LMC Nurse NotesLexington Medical Center is hiring nurses with at least one year of experience in Med/Surg, Critical Care and Labor & Delivery to work night shifts with a $2,500 signing bonus. Learn more at http://www.lexmed.com/careers/career-paths/nursing.

LMC Nurse Notes

Did you know that Lexington Medical Center is hiring nurses? LMC is looking for nurses with at least one year of experience in Med/Surg, Critical Care and Labor & Delivery to work night shifts, and they’re offering a $2,500 signing bonus! Learn more and apply online by clicking here.

They have also launched a new web series, called “Nurse Notes.” Meet Nicole Smith, a Lexington Medical Center nurse who takes care of critical care patients. In this video, she talks about the most rewarding parts of her job.

LMC Nurse Notes

Did you know that Lexington Medical Center is hiring nurses? LMC is looking for nurses with at least one year of experience in Med/Surg, Critical Care and Labor & Delivery to work night shifts with a $2,500 signing bonus! Learn more and apply online by clicking here.

They have also launched a new web series, called “Nurse Notes.” In the second webisode, we hear from Michelle Gilland, a critical care nurse and recipient of the 2014 Palmetto Gold award for excellence in nursing. Meet her in this video.

LMC Nurse Notes

Did you know that Lexington Medical Center is hiring nurses? LMC is looking for nurses with at least one year of experience in Med/Surg, Critical Care and Labor & Delivery to work night shifts, and they’re offering a $2,500 signing bonus! Learn more and apply online by clicking here.

They have also launched a new web series, called “Nurse Notes.” In the first webisode, we meet Megan Sires, who takes care of heart patients at our hospital. In this video, she talks about why she chose to pursue nursing as a career and tells us why it’s great to be a nurse at LMC.