Overview of the Unit 

  • Six pediatric rooms
  • One palliative care suite
  • 26 additional private rooms (orthopedic, neurology, urology, surgery and medical)

Job Types in Department

  • Registered Nurse (RN)
  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
  • Unit Clerk

Qualifications

Registered Nurses must have valid nursing license to practice in South Carolina and Nursing Assistants' certification must be current and active. Registered Nurses, CNAs and pediatric nurses will need BLS. In addition, pediatric nurses must be PAL certified.

What to Expect When Working on Unit

Nurses receive a four to 12 week orientation depending on level of experience. Nursing staff members work 12-hour shifts, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., and are expected to work holidays and weekends. We offer a positive work environment with a commitment to teamwork.

Educational Opportunities Specific to Area/Career Growth

We provide continuing education for unit specific issues and encourage ongoing degree education and certification in your area of expertise.