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Choose St. Luke's For Your Nursing Career

Dear Nursing Colleague,

 

Carmen Kleinsmith, VP & 
Chief Nurse Executive

Thank you for your interest in nursing at St. Luke's. I am excited to have the opportunity to share with you some of the great things happening at the hospital.

Our mission is to give the healthcare we'd like our loved ones to receive. That is not possible without the care our nurses provide. As a Magnet institution, we are a leader in nursing excellence. With Magnet status, we are able to attract the best and brightest nurses who are trained to provide high-quality standards of care. Our nurses play a pivotal role in creating a successful outcome for every patient every time and in providing a comfortable experience for our patients and their families. In addition to achieving Magnet status, we have several exciting programs.

Some examples of these programs include:

  • Bridges to Excellence - provides funds to staff to support conference attendance and performance improvement projects.
  • Frontline Leadership - helps nurses develop their individual and team leadership skills. 
  • Unit Practice Councils - allows nurses across the hospital to take ownership in improving the work of their department.
  • Nursing Scholarships - through the St. Luke's Foundation assist our nurses with continuing their education.

These are just a sample of the exciting programs we have for nurses at St. Luke's. If our mission matches your passion, we invite you to consider St. Luke's. Please explore our online job listings or contact Jennifer Boxwell, our nurse recruiter, at (319) 369-7158.

Carmen Kleinsmith, 

Vice President & Chief Nurse Executive



St. Luke's Nurses Share Our Unique Culture In Their Own Words

   
  Surgery Nurse Namira Romero talks
how she was recruited to work at
St. Luke's from Ohio and how it has
been a great fit. 
  St. Luke's Oncology Nurse Jeremy
Gardemann talks about why he likes
working as a nurse at St. Luke's. 
 
     
   Intensive Care Nurse Courtney Harmon
 talks about the transition of going from
a patient care tech to an RN and the
support she received along her journey.
   St. Luke's has amazing and dedicated
nurses. Nurses like ER Nurse Bonnie
Lunsford who received a Daisy Award
from a grateful patient.
 

St. Luke's Hospital Awards include:

                                           

St. Luke's Hospital is located in the Iowa City/Cedar Rapids metro area.