You love what you do. Now love where you work.

Why Mercy Health

Whether you’re a experienced or new RN, Mercy Health offers opportunities to grow and serve where you’re most passionate. And our faith-based values create a caring, supportive workplace where our nurses thrive — mind, body and spirit.

We take care of our nurses with:

  • New competitive RN wage scale
  • Full benefits including medical, dental, vision, life, AD&D and 403b
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Day, night and weekend shifts
  • Faith-based values and culture where respect and kindness flourish
  • Be Well Within employee wellness program
  • Access to state-of-the-art technology and equipment

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Discover the Mercy Health difference

Our nurses embody the very heart and soul of our healthcare ministry. Watch to see how our Mission and Values give purpose to everything we do, and shape the way we treat our patients — and each other.





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New grads, start your career here

Many of our regions offer a Nurse Residency Program that allows nurses who have earned their RN within the last six months to gain the knowledge and skills needed for a successful transition to practice and career foundation. Ask your Mercy Health recruiter for more information.

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