The MetroHealth Department of Nursing
The MetroHealth Department of Nursing consistently demonstrates excellence in nursing. As a three-time Magnet® Recognized organization, MetroHealth is one of the few public hospitals nationwide to achieve Magnet recognition.
This excellence is built upon the Nursing Mission of promoting optimal health and wellness for the community through professional collaboration, applied innovation and advanced continuing education within a culturally diverse environment. Shared governance and professional practice models are the foundation for decision-making, which results in the empirical outcomes achieved by MetroHealth nurses. The empowerment and professionalism of the nursing staff resound throughout the system, and through evidence-based practice, research and performance improvement, MetroHealth Nurses continue to advance nursing practice and improve patient outcomes.
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Nurse Leadership Positions
- Assistant Nurse Manager – Emergency Department - Main Campus
- Nurse Manager – Administrative Nursing"
- Nurse Manager – Burn Center
- Nurse Manager – Chief Flight Nurse
- Nurse Manager – Med Specialties
- Nurse Manager – Emergency Department - Main Campus
Current Clinical Nursing Positions
- Emergency Department – Main Campus
- Emergency Department – Brecksville Campus
- Emergency Department – Cleveland Heights Campus
- Critical Care Units – Neuro
- Lactation Specialist – Full time and PRN
- Med Surg Units – D/N Rot
- Resource Nurse Float Pool – $5/hour incentive for full time
Current Non-Clinical Nursing Positions
- Research Nurse – Oncology
Nurse Residency Transition to Practice Program
MetroHealth System Nurse Residency Transition to Practice is accredited with distinction as a Practice Transition Program by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
ANCC Practice Transition Accreditation validates hospital nurse residency or fellowship programs that transition registered nurses (RNs) and advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) into new practice settings that meet rigorous, evidence-based standards for quality and excellence. Nurses in accredited transition programs, like the Nurse Residency Program, experience curricula that promote the acquisition of knowledge, skills and professional behaviors necessary to deliver safe, high-quality care.
For more information regarding MetroHealth’s Nurse Residency Transition to Practice Program, contact:
Diane M. Kocisko, MSN, RN, CPN
Director, Nursing Education & Professional Practice