USC Arcadia Hospital will host an Open House for prospective
RNs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, July 14. Qualified nurses who
start work prior to Oct.1, 2022 can earn a sign-on bonus of up to $30,000.
USC Arcadia Hospital is located at 300 W. Huntington Drive in Arcadia, Calif.,
across the street from beautiful Santa Anita Park race track and event center.
Please register in advance for this event at:
Click Here to Register for the RN Open House
“USC Arcadia Hospital and hospitals across the nation are dealing with
an ongoing shortage of nurses needed to care for all types of patients,”
said USC Arcadia Hospital Vice President & Chief Nursing Officer Deborah
McCoy. “The availability of nurses across the country has been severely
impacted due to recent retirements, family needs, and COVID-19 infections.
Hiring nurses is among our highest priorities.”
Currently available at USC Arcadia Hospital are nursing opportunities for
full-time, part-time, per diem, nights, and weekend shifts, including:
- Flexible work/life balance scheduling
- Shift differential for nights
- “Weekender” program
- Stand-by pay, Callback pay, Preceptor pay, Lead Assignment pay, High Census bonus
By joining the USC Arcadia Hospital team, qualified RNs may be eligible for
a $30,000 customizable cash incentive for full-time employment. Qualified
nurses may receive this incentive in the form of cash at sign-on, student
loan repayment, housing relocation assistance for moves greater than 60
miles, or any combination of these outlays.
Importantly, USC Arcadia Hospital:
- Offers opportunities to work with many of the most highly respected physicians
in the market
- Provides opportunities for professional growth and development
- Offers outstanding benefits, including competitive salaries, health and
dental insurance, and employer-supported retirement plan
About USC Arcadia Hospital: Founded in 1903, USC Arcadia Hospital is a full-service
community hospital with 348 licensed beds. The hospital offers advanced
cardiovascular services including cardiac catheterization, electrophysiology,
and open-heart surgery. Los Angeles County has designated USC Arcadia Hospital
as both a heart attack receiving center and a comprehensive stroke center,
as well an Emergency Department Approved for Pediatrics. The hospital
also offers a variety of services in orthopedics, neurosurgery, obstetrics,
gynecology, cancer care, and many other medical specialties. As many as
40,000 patients are treated annually in the Emergency Department. The
hospital staff delivers more than 1,800 babies annually and provides care
to more than 16,000 inpatients each year.