PLEASE NOTE: IN THE INTEREST OF KEEPING OUR PATIENTS, VISITORS AND STAFF SAFE, WE ARE SUSPENDING WALK-IN WEDNESDAYS BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 2020 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN GW HOSPITAL.
We invite all RNs to learn more about working at GW Hospital by attending one of our Walk-in Wednesdays. Every Wednesday from 1 – 4 p.m., you can stop by the hospital and visit our human resources department to apply and interview for a position, on-the-spot, at GW Hospital.
We look forward to seeing you on an upcoming Wednesday!
Are you interested in learning more about nursing opportunities at The George Washington University Hospital? We invite you to complete the form below. Someone will contact you shortly to discuss your interest in GW nursing.
Newly Graduated Nurses
We welcome newly graduated nurses into our hospital through either our RN Internship Programs or acceptance directly through the traditional application process to our patient care areas which have an RN I position posted.
Our Internship Programs are offered periodically through the year. When the Internship Programs are offered, they will appear on the job search page clearly marked and prefaced with "RN Internship". Only applications submitted online will be accepted.
Emergency Department Nurses
When you see an average of 200 patients every day, treating cardiac arrest, brain attack and a variety of traumas are all in a day's work.
As an Emergency Department nurse at The George Washington University Hospital, you won't just see a lot. You'll see it all. And if you're ready to do whatever it takes to treat whatever comes your way, we've got a great opportunity for you.
We anticipate thousands of patients will come through the doors of our ED every year and require some kind of immediate attention. These will include area residents and visitors to the nation's capital; heads of state and heads of households. They will all be treated by innovative and independent critical thinkers who excel individually—and collectively—to care for our diverse patient population.
We are a Level One trauma center and among a handful of hospitals in the DC area to be growing in terms of patients treated and services provided. We have six critical care treatment areas, two trauma bays and 37 treatment areas that will soon expand to 45 areas.
If you're an experienced ED nurse who is ready for the challenge of a lifetime—or an experienced medical or surgery nurse ready to take the leap into the ED—bring your talents to The George Washington University Hospital. Come explore an environment in which every day—and every case—is different. At The George Washington University Hospital, you'll enjoy:
- Leading edge technology support
- Exceptional compensation and benefits
- Excellent physician/nurse collaboration
- Transportation subsidy
- Tuition assistance
- Flexible scheduling