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St. Luke’s has been delivering exceptional patient care for 150 years and has earned the distinction of being a trusted health care provider because of our quality, safety, and patient-centric care.
We are proud of our diverse workforce of over 17,000 employees that bring unique skills and experiences to St. Luke’s and provides award-winning care to our communities. We not only take care of patients, we take care of each other...like a family.
At St. Luke’s, we encourage our employees to expand their knowledge and advance their careers in a supportive environment through growth opportunities and continuing education. As our footprint of 14 campuses continues to expand, we offer career opportunities across all patient care services as well as other support areas including but not limited to: Professional/Technical, Hospitality and Food Service, Facilities and Supply Chain.Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Needed
• Provide compassionate care to our patients
• Provide respect to the value, diversity, and each other
• Provide flexibility in our constantly changing environment
Delivers care for patients across their life span. Works collaboratively with
ancillary, nursing and other patient-team personnel to maintain standards
for professional nursing practice.
Requirement: Current RN license in the state of PA (or NJ or NJ positions)
Take the path to your nursing career at a Watson Health 15 Top Health
System and the #1 Teaching Hospital in the Country!
Delivers nursing care for patients across their lifespan. Extensive
orientation programs for all areas of nursing. St. Luke’s offers opportunities at all 14 Campuses for Graduate Nurses to start their career on a variety of Medical Surgical Departments or Specialty Internships including: Critical Care, Obstetrics, NICU, Emergency Department, Behavioral Health, Perioperative. Graduate of an accredited nursing program. Temporary practice permit issued.
Provides patient care under the supervision of the Registered Nurse.
Observation opportunities in specialty areas, exposure to aspects of the RN role. Currently enrolled in baccalaureate nursing program with successful completion of junior year and entering senior year.
Provides direct patient care in designated unit/department under the
supervision of the Registered Nurse. Requires basic computer skills. On-site training provided. High school graduate or equivalent.
Observes patients under the close supervision and direction of the
registered nurse. No experience needed. On-site training provided. High
school graduate or equivalent. Patient Transporter: transports patients safely throughout the hospital. No experience needed. On- site training provided. High School graduate or equivalent preferred.
Junior Volunteers (High School Students): This program allows high school students to learn key soft skills needed for the workplace while learning about health care careers. Students (14 and older) are assigned an area of interest and work directly with patients and staff providing assistance! JuniorVolunteers@sluhn.org