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RNs - Join our Rehab Nursing Teams

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RNs - Join our Rehab Nursing Teams

At Allied Services, rehab nurses play a critical role in the well-being and recovery of patients who have limited mobility. Rehab nurses work with patients and their families or caregivers soon after the onset of a disabling injury or chronic illness. They restore patients' lives so they have freedom and independence again.

What is Rehab Nursing?

Rehab nurses work with patients who have experienced a disabling injury or chronic illness. Rehab nurses work with patients with a wide range of conditions and injuries including ALS; amputation; brain injury; cancer; Guillain-Barre syndrome; Parkinson's disease; major joint replacements; spinal cord injury; and stroke. Rehab nurses make a difference in their patient's lives, supporting them as they rebuild their lives.

“Saving the life is the first priority—then the rehab nurse moves in and restores the living!” Leslie McConnell, RN CRRN, ARN member

Learn more about the role of a Rehab Nurse.

Why choose Allied Services?

Rewarding, life-changing work: our rehab teams work often work with patients at the very beginning of their rehabilitation journey. As a member of our team, you have the opportunity to help shape that individual's experience, support them in their recovery, and help them take steps towards independence. You’ll never go a day without playing an important role when you join our team.

Top-rated facilities: At Allied Services, rehab nursing takes place in our Rehab Hospitals and Transitional Rehab Units (TRUs) in Scranton and Wilkes-Barre. These facilities are nationally-ranked for care and consistently earned the highest awards as ranked both by patients and medical accreditation entities.

Strong, supportive team: Our rehab nurses work as part of an interdisciplinary team that features a Rehabilitation Medicine Physician, occupational therapists, speech therapists, physical therapists, dietitians, and more.

Best patient outcomes: our facilities consistently report patient outcomes higher than the national average. For example, Allied Services Scranton Rehab Hospital has been rated a national Top Performer for the last 16 years, scoring in the top 10% of all Rehab Hospitals.

Get started at Allied Services

At Allied Services, we're invested in you and your career. We want you to grow and be fulfilled in your career at Allied Services.

  • RNs currently enjoy signing bonuses up to $10,000.
  • Shift differentials up to $3.50 per hour (second shift).
  • Generous student loan repayment program offering up to $20,000 for RNs licensed within the last 5 years.
  • Great benefits including medical benefits, dental and vision benefits, life insurance, paid time off, employer-matched retirement/401k, continuing education, discounts at local businesses, a health savings account, and medical spending account.

All bonuses listed are for full-time positions. Please discuss pro-rated bonuses for part-time positions with our recruitment specialists. Scranton jobs: Becky Snyder: 570-348-2222 or Wilkes-Barre jobs: Theresa Snyder: 570-348-1455

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Allied Services offers competitive pay rates commensurate with experience plus shift differential, an excellent benefits package, preceptor-led orientation! Allied Services Human Resources Department, 100 Abington Exec. Park, Clarks Summit PA 18411. Call us today at 1-800-368-3910. Allied Services is an equal opportunity employer for individuals with disabilities. Bilingual individuals encouraged to apply.