The Lighthouse Care Center of Augusta (LCCA) is a multi-discipline behavioral healthcare center that offers mental health services to the communities of surrounding Augusta, Georgia. We are focused on providing the highest quality treatment. Our mission is to create, promote, and maintain a positive customer relationship with our consumers, payers, staff and our community.
LCCA currently has exciting opportunities for Registered Nurses. The Registered Nurse delivers quality direct care to adolescents with psychiatric disorders admitted to the acute, residential or PHP unit; to provide safety, supervision and crisis management; to provide assessment and medical management, and to support the management of a therapeutic milieu.
Why you should join our team and start your life-changing journey today:
- Comprehensive benefits package
- Generous Paid Time Off
- Education and certification reimbursements
- Opportunities for growth and development
- Rewarding work environment
- Because your continued development and a rewarding career is our priority, we offer a Nurse Residency Program for the new graduate nurse, or a nurse that is new to behavioral health. This self-paced program also rewards CEUs upon course completion.
Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS) is one of the nation’s largest and most respected health care management companies, operating through its subsidiaries acute care hospitals, behavioral health facilities and ambulatory centers nationwide. Founded in 1978, UHS subsidiaries now have more than 65,000 employees. The UHS business strategy is to build or purchase health care properties in rapidly growing markets and create a strong franchise based on exceptional service and effective cost control. Our success comes from a responsive management style and a service philosophy based on integrity, competence and compassion.
- Must be at least 21 years of age
- Associates, Bachelors or higher (degree) in nursing
- Current, valid State of GA RN license in good standing
- Prefer one (1) year psychiatric experience with children or adolescents in an acute hospital or residential setting.