Empowerment. Respect. Value.
That’s what you’ll find at Mary Washington Healthcare near Washington, D.C. Nurses at Mary Washington Hospital – our Magnet™-designated, Level II trauma center and Stafford Hospital our 100-bed community hospital – know that we’re here for them, always.
We put into practice the belief that to provide excellent care RNs must have an excellent work environment. Our nurse-driven model empowers nurses, imparts values to our Associates and creates mutual respect between all team members, while never losing sight of the end goal – to put excellent patient care first, always. Our strong leadership team and passionate mentors support your goals for professional development and growth and help make them become a reality. Continuing education and tuition assistance, flexible work schedules and great lifestyle benefits help you get the most from your career.
Are you curious about opportunities at Mary Washington Healthcare, but not ready to commit to the formal application process quite yet? If you are a registered nurse with a minimum of one year of nursing experience and could see yourself potentially aligning with our culture of caring, submit your resume to one of our professional nurse recruiters at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will review your resume and contact you to set up a time to virtually meet with one of our nurse leaders.
Interested in growing your nursing career?
Our career ladder for RNs known as ACE – Advancing Clinical Excellence – is second to none. It offers support to RNs while they advance in their education and empowers them to grow in their career. It enables them to advance their careers in the directions they choose and also gives them the tools they need to take even better care of their patients through promoting evidence-based practice.
If you have one year of acute care experience and join our interdisciplinary team, you are automatically a Level II RN. And, when you participate in shared governance or a unit-based research project among other things, you can apply to advance to a higher level which means that you can go beyond Level II without a BSN.
New Graduate RN Residency Program
Now Accepting Applications for our December Cohort