As a nurse, you serve a vital role in the care of our patients. You're an extra set of eyes and ears for our physicians. You're the voice of our patients when theirs can't be heard. You're the ones who are there with comfort in the middle of the night. We understand and appreciate the integral part that you play in our patients' care. That's why we're committed to hiring and retaining nurses with the outstanding skills and compassion upon which ProMedica patients can always rely.
Nurse Residency Program
Follow the links below to learn about our Nurse Residency Program for new nurse graduates or nurses with less than 12 months of direct nursing experience in an acute care setting.
Apply to the program (search for "Residency")
Download the program brochure
Our Commitment to You
At ProMedica, our commitment to you begins with our Center of Nursing Excellence. Here, nurses work together to identify opportunities for growth and improvement in nursing services across all hospitals, departments and work environments. This includes a collaborative environment and patient-centered model of care that helps continuously improve patient outcomes and ensure best practices in nursing.
About Our Nurses
Quite often, we hear how much our nurses love their jobs. We hear it from the nurses themselves, as well as from our patients. That's because there's a lot at ProMedica to make a nurse happy - a supportive environment, the appropriate resources, continuing education, professional advancement, and competitive pay, to name a few.
Learn more about being a ProMedica nurse
Not only do we want our nurses to provide the best possible care, we also want them to feel fulfilled in their careers. So we're committed to bringing you educational opportunities that will nurture your personal growth and professional advancement.
Learn more about nursing education
Dementia is a progressive brain dysfunction resulting in a restriction of daily activities and, in most cases, leads to the need for long-term care. In today’s healthcare environment and with a large aging population, it is crucial for healthcare providers to know the best practices for caring for people who suffer from this disease.
Learn more about Dementia Practitioner Certification