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Learning alongside the best.

New Nurse Residency Program welcomes inaugural class. 

We’re so excited to have just launched the Memorial Healthcare System Vizient/AACN Nurse Residency

Program™, with our inaugural class of 70 nurses. This one-year program has been created to transition and engage new nursing graduates in an opportunity for learning, curiosity and success in clinical practice. Highlights include:

  • The Nurse Residency is spearheaded by Maggie Hansen, Senior Vice President and Chief Nurse Executive, in partnership with Anthony G. Gonzalez, MSN, RN, CCRN-K, Director of the Nurse Residency Program. The program is also fully supported by the CNOs and Nurse Educators at each of the six Memorial hospital locations.
  • Evidence-based curriculum and diverse learning opportunities have been designed to extend basic nurse education and skills growth in areas such as leadership concepts, patient outcomes, and the role of a professional nurse.
  • Residents are assigned to a home unit and Memorial facility. Current residency tracks include Inpatient Rehab, Med/Surg/Telemetry, Oncology, Emergency, Critical Care, Pediatrics and Women’s Services.

In addition to Memorial scholarship recipients and other external candidates, the program is also open to current non-nurse employees who have recently graduated from nursing school. See what one new nurse had to say about her transition to a clinical career:

“I attended orientation today and am very excited to say that I’m now part of the Memorial team of nurses. It’s been a dream of mine since I started working in registration in the ER. The most impactful part of my day was when I traded my patient financial badge for my registered nurse badge! I have had the privilege to work alongside amazing nurses for the past five years and am excited to finally begin my own nursing journey.

Our nursing culture inspires the achievement of superior outcomes through a shared vision, professional excellence, interdisciplinary leadership and collaboration. If you’d like to learn more about what it’s like to be a Memorial Nurse, please visit our Nursing Careers page.

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Mobility and opportunity in Imaging careers.

Our diverse specialties and facilities provide endless opportunities for motivated Imaging professionals. Modalities here include diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine, MRI, CT, ultrasound, Women’s imaging services and interventional radiology. Each of our six hospitals offers full imaging services, inclusive of a dedicated Women’s Imaging Center.

We are constantly introducing new technologies and procedures, such as minimally invasive tumor ablation in the CT environment. Learning opportunities are abundant here. New grads and licensed professionals have the opportunity to enter into the various internship programs periodically offered to advance their skills in the modalities of CT, MRI, interventional radiology and Women’s imaging specialties.

Bring your personality to work.

High energy and a positive attitude, along with a strong work ethic are traits that make for successful team members. And because the Memorial culture is truly patient-focused, candidates should take pride in taking care of people and ensuring patient and family satisfaction.
Patient- and family-centered care is at the core of our entire organization. If you are committed to caring for others, you will be supported and cared for you in return.

Memorial hires Imaging professionals at all levels of expertise, including new grads. Students and non-clinical workers can join the department in support staff roles to learn about Imaging as a potential future career. Search jobs and apply online today.

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Improving With Each New Day

Here at Memorial Healthcare System, our team is focused on one singular goal: To deliver patient- and family-centered care that best serves the needs of our patients, their families, our community and each other.

We have infused our culture with a service vision built on extraordinary compassion and commitment. We are inspired to become better at what do we each and every day, knowing that our good work is what makes Memorial such a strong organization.

Our system is recognized as a national leader in quality healthcare, with patient, physician and employee satisfaction rates that are some of the most admired in the country. Most recently, we’ve been named one of Modern Healthcare magazine’s “Top 100 Best Places to Work – for the ninth time.

If you embrace continuous improvement, and the betterment of yourself through service to others, I invite you to join us. Visit our careers web site to learn more about #teamMHSflorida.