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Nursing students

Aurora Health Care can provide you a variety of care- giving opportunities whether you are just starting your nursing program or are approaching graduation. Gaining experience in the hospital as a patient transporter, health unit coordinator, clinical office assistant is a great way to enhance your education and prepare for your future career.

Working as a Certified Nursing Assistant or Nurse Extern will give you excellent hands-on experience to help prepare you for your transition from student to graduate nurse.

Hear from Molly Dahlke, a registered nurse in the Intensive Care Unit at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay.

Interested in becoming a CNA?

Nurse Extern

The Nurse Extern position is an excellent way to get the feel of the acute care setting because you will be providing total patient care, including medication administration, IVs and admission assessments, all under the close supervision of a registered nurse. Departments served by this role include critical care, oncology, medical/surgical, women's health, labor and delivery, orthopedics, rehab and cardiac. Scheduling is flexible to accommodate your school schedule You must currently be enrolled in an accredited nursing program, no more than six months from graduation, and have successfully completed a qualified clinical rotation that includes pharmacology. We are looking for future nurses with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to adapt to interruptions and ever changing priorities.

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Educational Assistance

Employees may be eligible for tuition reimbursement through our Educational Assistance Program. This program is designed to help existing employees pay for tuition at an accredited school or university. Eligibility is based on total assigned hours and years of service with Aurora and special benefits are available for those preparing for a career in nursing.

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