Registered Nurse (RN) – Med Surg/Oncology – FT Nights

LCMC Health

Your job is more than a job.

Your calling as an Oncology Nurse is personal. Appreciating the fragility of life, when you walk into your patient’s room you want to be that ray of sunlight, bringing hope, and comfort through their pain, sadness, and fears.  


Developing a strong bond with your patients and their families, you feel fortunate to be a part of this life-changing journey. It’s medicine at its highest level bringing not only emotional and clinical growth, but professional advancement as well. The success stories make it all worth it.  You were born to do this. You love being an oncology nurse and that’s what we love about you.   


Your experiences, knowledge, skills, empathy, compassion, and your “little something extra” all add up to you. And we’re excited to get to know you and find out what you’ll bring to this critical nursing role.  Your Everyday 

Take the lead: prioritizing, coordinating, and delegating all care touchpoints for your patients.  

Collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to ensure appropriate direct patient care. 

Maintain and advocate a safe environment for everyone. 

Monitor and engage with your patients, families, and appropriate care team members concerning significant events, patient condition changes, or patient questions and concerns. 

Prevent and treat wounds. 

Monitor and execute Joint Commission infection control and environment of care requirements. 

Ensure continuity of care, efficient throughput, consistent communications, and an exceptional experience for every patient. 

Advise and consult with supervisor when unable to complete assignments or perform tasks promptly, effectively, or safely. 

Initiate patient and family education using appropriate resources and continuum of care services. 

Contribute to the team by assisting others without being asked. 

The Must-Haves  Minimum: 

Current nursing license to practice in Louisiana and as defined by the Louisiana State Board of Nursing. 

Current American Heart Association BLS certification. 

Current PALs (CHNOLA only) certification.    


BSN with minimum of 6 months experience


Nights (United States of America)

LCMC Health is a community. 

Our people make health happen. While our NOLA roots run deep, our branches are the vessels that carry our mission of bringing the best possible care to every person and parish in Louisiana and beyond and put a little more heart and soul into healthcare along the way. Celebrating authenticity, originality, equity, inclusion and a little “come on in” attitude is the foundation of LCMC Health’s culture of everyday extraordinary

About East Jefferson General Hospital

East Jefferson General Hospital, a landmark of LCMC Health’s incredible community of care, has been the go-to hospital for health, wellness, and one-of-a-kind care in East Jefferson Parish for over 50 years. And we’re only beginning to realize our greatest potential.  Learn more about East Jefferson General Hospital and our legacy, our future, and our national recognition as a Nurse Magnet Hospital.

Your extras

  • Deliver healthcare with heart. 
  • Give people a reason to smile. 
  • Put a little love in your work. 
  • Be honest and real, but with compassion.  
  • Bring some lagniappe into everything you do. 
  • Forget one-size-fits-all, think one-of-a-kind care. 
  • See opportunities, not problems – it’s all about perspective. 
  • Cheerlead ideas, differences, and each other. 
  • Love what makes you, you – because we do

You are welcome here. 

LCMC Health is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

The above job summary is intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by people assigned to this work. This is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities.  LCMC Health reserves the right to amend and change responsibilities to meet organizational needs as necessary.


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1.    To get started, take your time to fully and accurately complete the application for employment. Incomplete applications get bogged down and are often eliminated due to missing information. 

2.    To ensure quality care and service, we may use information on your application to verify your previous employment and background.  

3.    To keep our career applications up-to-date, applications are inactive after 6 months and, therefore, require a new application for employment to be completed. 


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