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Applicants for the position of Nurse must have 3 years' post-registration work experience in emergency medicine or acute care, and current registration and licensing with appropriate governmental or provincial regulatory agencies. Valid Advanced Cardiac Life Support certification must be obtained prior to joining a vessel.
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Shipboard Nurses act as first responders, triage emergency calls, assess and treat at the scene, and transfer patients to our primary medical facility.
As a cruise ship Nurse you will have the opportunity to travel the world, enhance your skills, and work alongside experienced medical professionals. Daily walk-in clinics are also open to meet the basic medical needs of our guests and crew members. Princess Cruises maintains a well-equipped Medical Center onboard, which includes critical care areas, X-ray units, lab facilities, and a pharmacy. Shipboard opportunities are also available for qualified Nurses with Japanese or Mandarin language skills.
Be The Consummate Host by working effectively within the Medical team to provide safe, high-quality, evidence-based first response and patient care while promoting the highest standards of public health. As a medical professional with Princess Cruises you'll join a small, close-knit team of maritime medical experts who provide personal, one-on-one care to patients from start to finish. Each of our ships has a Medical Center designed to meet the health care needs of our cruising population. With broad experience and proven proficiency in emergency medicine, our medical staff are expected to manage acute medical emergencies, trauma patients, and a diverse general practice case load. Princess Cruises is accredited to quality health care standards in addition to being recognized as a leader in quality maritime health care.