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Critical Care Nursing Orientation Program

Are you interested working in Critical Care in Winnipeg?

If you are a Registered Nurse with a minimum of 1 year acute care experience*, you can apply directly for a Critical Care Nurse Trainee position via Success Factors. If you have worked in critical care in the last five years or have ICU training, please apply for a nurse position in one of our critical care units or directly contact any one of the people listed below.

*such as surgery, medicine emergency or cardiac care.

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For more information please see site contacts listed below.

The delivery of critical care orientation has been structured to include  online and classroom learning. This blended learning model will incorporate Manitoba’s Essentials of Critical Care Orientation platform for Critical Care Nursing.

Grace Hospital
Trudy Nernberg
204-792-9109
tnernberg@ggh.mb.ca

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Health Sciences Centre
Catherine Campbell
204-787-4755
ccampbell3@hsc.mb.ca

St. Boniface Hospital
Sarah Gilchrist
204-235-3084
sgilchrist@sbgh.mb.ca

Brandon Regional Health Centre
Seema Roberts
204-578-4170

Dauphin Regional Health Centre
Curt Gullett
204-638-2140

Successful applicants will receive up to a full-time salary during their training and orientation.

*Salary commensurate with the Manitoba Nurses Union (MNU) N2 salary scale.

The Critical Care rhythm course is a prerequisite for the Critical Care Nursing Orientation Program. If you require the rhythm course  contact 204-787-4988 for more information.

* If you have taken an alternate rhythm course, successful completion of a challenge test will be required

Rhythm Course

OPEN to ALL nurses who are enrolled in the Critical Care Nursing Education Program or who work in clinical units/areas that require cardiac rhythm analysis. Other clinical nurses interested in gaining rhythm analysis knowledge and skills as part of their career planning are encouraged to apply for available open spots.

For upcoming session information contact the program Administrative Assistant at 204-787-4988.