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Why Choose Memorial for Nursing?

Discover the Memorial Difference

Every nurse has a crucial role in our success at Memorial Healthcare System. From the first time you step inside our doors, you’re a member of a family of professionals who care for each other.

Our patients and families are why we come to work every day, and it shows. Many nurses choose to work at Memorial because they or a loved one received exceptional care here. They saw the difference, and they wanted to be part of it. 

Why Choose Memorial for Your Nursing Career?

Why become a Memorial nurse? Because you’ll get the chance to grow as a nurse and as a person. You’ll work in an environment that supports your personal and professional goals. And you’ll do it all with leaders who believe in you and a team built on trust and mutual support.

Join us if you want: 

  • A patient- and family-centered care system: Our patients and families are at the heart of all we do. We believe patients do better when their loved ones participate in their care.
  • Support for new nurses: New graduates participate in our year-long residency program. Residents get hands-on training and support as they learn the ins and outs of the nursing profession. Learn about the Nurse Residency Program. 
  • Job flexibility: When you’re part of a large system like Memorial, you have the chance to try many different aspects of nursing, from pediatrics to geriatrics and everything in between. You never need to leave to explore a new career path. 
  • Opportunities for career growth: Whether you want to grow as a bedside nurse, become a nurse leader or move into management, Memorial supports you throughout your career. Your options include professional development courses, an RN specialty fellowship, classes, tuition reimbursement and more.
  • A place where nurses feel valued and seen: Managers at Memorial have an open-door policy. Your experiences and expertise matter. Managers at all levels check in with nurses, listen to feedback and act on that feedback.