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A Message from K. Scott Wester, FACHE

I’m excited to introduce myself to all job seekers interested in career opportunities at Memorial Healthcare System. Personally, I am thrilled to have the chance to be part of such an extraordinary team and dynamic organization. I chose Memorial for my career for the same reasons you might: strong culture of connectedness clinical depth and […]

Leading with Trends in Nursing Education

Memorial Healthcare System is a destination for ambitious nurses who want to be part of a culture of learning and education. Our RNs practice at the top of their license receiving the support they need to excel within our professional nursing model. We are committed to growing the skill and knowledge of new nurses and […]

Professional Development Programs for RNs

The COVID-19 pandemic changed the nursing profession in many ways. If anything, good nurses are in greater demand than ever before. RNs – whether entry-level or experienced – have their choice of opportunities. So, why choose Memorial? “We are making education and professional growth key components of our offering to nurses and nurses-to-be,” says Valarie […]

A Message from Our President

A Culture of Smarter Healthcare. A culture of “Smarter Healthcare” is part of our service vision. It’s a promise to our patients, their families and the community at large. They know they can put their trust in us for the latest in healthcare innovation. To our employees, Smarter Healthcare is all about improving the way […]

A Message from Our President

An exceptional display of teamwork. We all have had many new experiences during COVID-19. At Memorial Healthcare System, we’ve tried to find the bright side whenever we can. Looking beyond the obvious impact to see where each of us has an opportunity to shine. I have always been impressed by the teamwork here. It’s part […]

Respiratory Therapy

Leadership insights about COVID, nursing collaboration and the future of the profession. Originally called “inhalation therapy”, the respiratory therapy specialty didn’t emerge until the mid-1940’s. From there, it was several decades before licensing and credentialing was put in place. Jerry Wright, Director of Respiratory Care Services[…]

Nursing in the time of COVID-19

Leadership insights on collaborative care and what lies ahead. Alberto Garcia, Chief Nursing Officer at Memorial Hospital Miramar, joined Memorial Healthcare System during the last two weeks of 2019. “I was just starting here at a nice quiet community hospital. Then, all of a sudden, we’re like ground zero for the pandemic,” he says. “We […]