Love Your Job—Join Our Nursing Team
Nursing is not a career that you choose, it chooses you. And good nurses can choose to work virtually anywhere they want.
That's why we are so proud that some of the finest nurses in the nation choose to work at Strong Memorial Hospital, Golisano Children's Hospital, Highland Hospital, Jones Memorial Hospital, Noyes Health, St. James Hospital, and Thompson Health.
Whatever your clinical interest or experience level, we can provide the right professional opportunity for you. Your chance to achieve nursing excellence—at the bedside, in practice, education, research, management, or in consultation—has never been greater.
Strong Memorial Hospital and Golisano Children's Hospital
Nursing at Strong Memorial Hospital and Golisano Children's Hospital
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Nursing at Highland Hospital
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Jones Memorial Hospital
Nursing at Jones Memorial Hospital
Browse Open Positions at Jones Memorial Hospital
Nursing at Noyes Health
Browse Open Positions at Noyes Health
Nursing at Thompson Health
Browse Open Positions at Thompson Health
University of Rochester School of Nursing
The School of Nursing is dedicated to preparing highly educated nurses to expertly meet the growing needs of patients and families in an increasingly complex and diverse health care environment.
A pioneer at unifying education, practice and research, the school is focused on developing exceptional, team-oriented health care providers, researchers, educators, clinical leaders and innovators, who continually strive to improve health care provision.
Its robust academic and research programs are strategically aligned to support national health care reform and the need for improved access, chronic disease management, care coordination, and community collaborations.
The school places a strong emphasis on providing student support, which is reflected in excellent graduation and retention rates (above 80% across all programs) and NCLEX pass rates well above 90% for many years.
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