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Specialties

No two nurses are quite the same. Some are drawn to the fast-paced intensity of Emergency nursing. Others enjoy participating in the miracle of life through Labor and Delivery care. Whatever your skills or preferences, Sibley Memorial Hospital has a specialty area that’s just right for you.

Certification in all specialty areas is encouraged by Sibley, and we offer reimbursement for payment of the review course and the initial certification.

Scheduling opportunities vary by specialty area and include full-time (eight-hour shifts or three 12-hour shifts), part-time, mini shift, PRN and a weekend alternative program (WEA).


Due to our upcoming expansion, some of our nursing specialty areas will soon be growing, including:

Emergency Department

Labor and Delivery nursing careers at Sibley Memorial HospitalThe Emergency Department will expand from 17 to 35 treatment rooms, including eight fast-track beds. Imaging will be embedded in the ED, so that CAT scans and other diagnostic testing can be done within the Department. Design features include a pod system, serving 8-10 treatment rooms, as well as four central nurse stations. The ED will also have advanced capability to address mass casualties, including nuclear or bio-terrorism threats.

 

Labor and Delivery

Emergency Department nursing careers at Sibley Memorial HospitalAfter expansion is completed, deliveries will increase from 3,500 to 4,000 births annually. More beds will be added, including to our Labor/Delivery/Recovery/ Postpartum (LDRP) rooms and Special Care Nursery.





Cancer Care

Oncology nursing careers at Sibley Memorial HospitalWithout question, we are excited about the plans for our new Cancer Center, a key component of our expansion program. However, we also take great pride at the high level of cancer care we currently provide. In November of 2009, our Cancer Program received a three-year accreditation award as a Community Hospital Cancer Program with Commendations from the Commission on Cancer (CoC). Our Radiation Oncology Department is an innovative program with nationally recognized experts in the field and leading-edge technology, such as the only TomoTherapy machine in Washington, D.C. And The Sullivan Center for Breast Health has emerged as a national model in providing expert care using the most minimally invasive treatments possible.

Other nursing specialty areas include:

  • Bariatric Services
  • Cardiac Care Center
  • Case Coordination
  • Critical Care Services
    • Intensive Care Unit/Intermediate Care Unit
    • Cardiac Care Center
  • Education and Training
  • Emergency Department
  • Employee Health
  • General Medical/Surgical Services, include, but not limited to the following:
    • Endocrinology
    • Orthopedics
    • Oncology
    • Pulmonary
    • Urology
  • Geriatrics
    • The Renaissance (Long-Term Care Skilled Unit)
    • Grand Oaks' Reminiscence Neighborhood (Alzheimer’s Unit)
    • Assisted Living at Grand Oaks
  • Infusion Center
  • Inpatient Psychiatry Unit
  • Pain Medicine Center
  • Perioperative Services
    • Operating Room
    • PACU
    • Admissions Testing Center
    • Outpatient Procedure Suite
  • Risk Management/Safety/Compliance
  • Sibley Surgery Center
    • Plastic Surgery
    • Ophthalmic Surgery
    • Pediatric Surgery
    • Hand Surgery
  • Special Procedures
    • Endoscopy
    • Cardiac Catheterization
  • Women’s and Infants Services
    • Labor and Delivery
    • Special Care Nursery
    • Family Centered Care Unit
    • Childbirth Education
    • Lactation Consultants
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