We are more than a healthcare system. We like to think of our nursing staff as a family that works together to provide exceptional individualized care to our patients and their families. They are at the center of our work. We encourage and support a balanced work and family life by offering flexible options along with participative scheduling in many nursing departments. Flexible scheduling options include: full- or part-time, 12 or eight-hour shifts and weekend options. Weekend requirements are reduced in many areas. We also offer a flexible resource option as well as an innovative relief program. In addition, we have three on-site childcare facilities available to employees' children.
Educational and leadership development is encouraged through our four-tiered professional practice ladder, which promotes advancement for all nurses. Cone Health offers tuition reimbursement as well as reimbursement for successfully passing professional specialty certifications exams. The Greensboro Area Health Education Center (AHEC) is located at the Moses Cone Hospital campus and is an integral part of continuing education opportunities and workshops.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, wellness centers, relaxation rooms on each campus and a Retention Coordinator.
As a Magnet Health System, we attract the best and brightest nurses and work very hard to retain them. We offer an individualized orientation process with highly skilled unit-based preceptors, Staff Educators and Clinical Nurse Specialists.
Professionalism, autonomy and collegiality are our core nursing values. Cone Health nurses have a voice and shared decision-making processes through our Shared Governance Councils, Nursing Research, and Nurse Peer Review Committees. Many of our nurses are among the "Great 100 Nurses of NC" and American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) Aspiring Nurse Leader Institute alumni.
For more information, please contact Talent Acquisition at (866) 266-3767.
Sponsored by The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital in conjunction with North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State Universitiy, the RNFA program is offered yearly in the spring.
For more information related to the RNFA program, contact:
Jennifer L. Zinn, MSN, RN
Clinical Nurse Educator