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Nurses at Johns Hopkins Bayview touch people’s lives on a daily basis. Working with a staff of the best and brightest people in their fields, our nurses enjoy vast opportunities for personal and career growth.

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Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU)

Nurses at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center’s medical intensive care unit (MICU) provide care to a wide range of patients with complex and multi-system illnesses. They work on diagnoses such as cardiopulmonary arrest, hepatic failure, respiratory diseases, sepsis, renal failure, severe gastrointestinal bleeding, organ failure and drug overdose.

   Patient population: adult, geriatric, pulmonary and multi-system
   organ failures

   Number of beds: 12

   Nurse/patient ratio: 1:2

   Rotation/shifts: 15-30% rotation, average 12-hour shift length,
   bonus voluntary on-call available

   Orientation: eight to 12 weeks for experienced RNs, 24 weeks for
   new grads, every orientee has a preceptor