It’s a great thing to see career growth for coworkers. And that’s the story of Rochelle LaFoon, RN, who started as an OR tech and continued her education to become a nurse. What Rochelle says about working at the Infirmary in Little Rock: “I really appreciate the OR supervisors and how much they take care of their team. I appreciate the seriousness of patient care and also the fun that my team and I have that makes for a pleasant day. And of course I love wearing my cute scrub hats!” (Read more below.)
Nurses: We’re growing with more surgeries and more opportunities. We’ve got openings for OR and PACU nurses and invite you to check us out.
CHI St. Vincent Infirmary, the only Magnet designated hospital in Arkansas, is recruiting! To learn more about our team, you are invited:
Thursday, March 31, 3-6pm
CHI St. Vincent Infirmary (corner of University and Markham)
You’ll have the chance to meet the nursing team and leaders and learn about full-time and part-time opportunities.
If you are an experienced RN with the passion and drive, no matter your specialty area, we would like to speak with you about opportunities on this team.
For an immediate confidential conversation, contact Eddie Koehler at 501-552-3672 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
More from Rochelle LaFoon:
“The OR is my passion and first love in healthcare. My interest in the OR began in 2005 as a surgical tech in the Air Force. A deployment to Afghanistan in 2009 and my first trauma patient inspired me to go into nursing. I love so many things about surgery I don’t even know where to start! I love being able to use what God has blessed me with to care for my patients and my team. I love the teamwork and the fast paced environment. I love that I am always challenged to critically think and do what is right for my patients. There is always something to learn no matter how much experience you have. I have had so many experiences that still motivate me to be a better nurse. I learn something new everyday! I love knowing that everyone on my team is making a difference for our patients. I can truly appreciate all the hard work that goes into making this OR run. I work with an amazing team of individuals from different backgrounds, roles, and experiences. I enjoy working with other individuals from different units in the hospital anywhere from Xray, the Lab, PreOp, PACU and beyond. I enjoy the time I have with the patients family prior to surgery and keeping them updated throughout the case. I really appreciate the OR supervisors and how much they take care of their team. Surgery has always intrigued me. I appreciate the seriousness of patient care and also the fun that my team and I have that makes for a pleasant day. And of course I love wearing my cute scrub hats!”