Helping people live better

At Saint Luke’s Health System, we provide our nursing staff with a wide range of opportunities for growth through education and professional development. We are nationally recognized for both clinical excellence and innovation and are seeking experienced Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses to join our team.

Here, nurses not only excel at providing excellent patient care, but they also have the opportunity to conduct primary research, collaborate with multidisciplinary teams, and have a direct influence on protocols.

Saint Luke’s Health System is proud to present Saint Luke’s Nursing: Building a Culture of Excellence.

Inside its pages, you’ll get a glimpse of how more than 3,000 professional nurses make positive impacts on patient outcomes throughout our Health System.

Each day they apply their skills and knowledge through shared governance, evidence-based practice, nursing research, and other venues to support patient-centered care. And each day they share their compassion and care with patients, families, and colleagues.

While we can’t shine a light on each one of our nurses, we celebrate all of their accomplishments and successes. They truly make Saint Luke’s: “The best place to get care. The best place to give care.”

Complete the following form and a Saint Luke’s recruiter will review your information and be in touch if you meet our qualifications.

“Fresh out of nursing school, I was looking to gain experience in an Intensive Care Unit. After hearing from multiple people that Saint Luke’s is a wonderful place to work, I decided to apply and was delighted when I was offered a full-time position in the ICU. I have worked for Saint Luke’s South for 11 years now and am so thankful for the opportunity. I have advanced my knowledge and career by not only working in the ICU, but as a Critical Response Nurse, House Supervisor, and most recently, in the Emergency Department. I am appreciative for all of the learning opportunities Saint Luke’s provides for continuing education as this helps me to provide the best possible care for my patients.”
– Emily Gomez