Nurses are critical in achieving our mission to “help individuals improve their emotional and behavioral well-being through education and treatment.” Nurses work in a variety of settings at Brook Lane. We have talented nurses in the following programs and services: ECT, inpatient, partial hospitalization, non-public special education schools, outpatient, and administration.
Brook Lane is seeking both new graduate nurses and experienced nurses who demonstrate compassion, serve others through quality care and have excellent communication skills.
- Competitive starting pay rates
- A clinical career ladder
- Up to a $5,000 sign-on bonus
- Benefits package
- Flexible scheduling (8 or 12 hour shifts; full-time or part-time)
- Tuition reimbursement
- Training programs for new graduates or RNs transitioning to psychiatric nursing
The Residency Program for newly graduated RNs is a four-month program supported by our clinical educator and nursing leadership. The program includes both classroom and hands-on skills application. The Residency Program starts in July and February each year. The Residency program meets once a week to provide support to new nurses. The program reinforces the importance of leadership skills, time management, and safety for nurses providing behavioral health care.
Learning methods consist of discussion, scenario based simulation, on the floor skills practice, electronic medical record training, and a preceptor program. Our program prepares each nurse to feel confident and competent in their nurse transition.
Graduate Residents are part of a treatment team working with our clients in pursuit of hope, healing, and recovery.
The Bridge Program is a three-month program designed to provide an experienced RN with new skills in psychiatric nursing. The Bridge Program is available year round.
Contact our nurse recruiter for more information at 301-733-0331 x1140 or firstname.lastname@example.org.