Baptist Health regularly is recognized for the quality of care we provide patients and families,
as well as our commitment to our employees' wellness and our community as a whole. Our goal is
to pursue quality in our care and working environment.
Why Baptist Health?
Chosen as the area’s “Most Preferred” healthcare provider every year since 1990 according
to the annual National Research Corporation study of Jacksonville area residents, Baptist
Health ranks highest in the categories of Best Nurses, Best Quality, Best Doctors and
Best Reputation. Our comprehensive circle of care includes five Magnet-designated
hospitals and more than 60 primary care and specialty physician offices, as well as home
health care, rehabilitation services, behavioral health, Spiritual Care, occupational
health and urgent care.
Nursing Opportunities at Baptist Health
We are a nursing-centric organization and believe that nurses are integral to providing
our patients, their families and the community with the highest level of care. Because
we understand how essential you are to making a positive impact, we strive to ensure that
you feel recognized, rewarded, and proud to be a team member. We offer a truly
rewarding and satisfying career.
We are proud to have some of the brightest and most compassionate nurses
as leaders within our organization. Whether a ANM, Nurse Manager, Director
or even Nurse Executive, we have opportunities available for those who are
looking to change healthcare for good. As a leader within this organization,
you help to shape the future leaders, steer the strategy, ensure the best and latest
practices, challenge yourself and those around you, all while providing the
highest level of compassionate patient care. You make Baptist wonderful.
Bedside (Adult & Pediatrics)
As a Med/Sure/Tele/Progessive RN, you are the back bone of nursing at
Baptist. In these diverse you units, you will work with patients of all different
acuities and diagnoses. We have general units, as well as speciality Med/Surg
units; such as Neuro Med/Surg, Women’s Health, Cardiac Progressive Care and
Ortho Med/Surg. Working in these units allows you to touch the lives of many
people in a positive way.
Critical Care/ Intensive Care
Critical Care Nursing is a complex and challenging nursing speciality. As the
region’s largest healthcare provider we offer several different opportunities
across a number of CCU/ICU units. At our flagship facility we offer highly
specialized units, such as CVICU, while our community hospitals offer CCUs
that see a broader expanse of patients. Wolfson Children’s Hospital also has a
leading PICU & CVICU, which include ECMO.
We utilize state of the art technologies and the latest procedures on surgical
services. From highly specilazied peri-operative programs, like the CVOR,
Pediatric OR to the PACU and outpatient surgery, there are opportunities to work
with some of the most talented RNs and physicians in our area.
Emergency services is a vital part of our offerings. It is through emergency
services that we often meet patients for the first time. Between our five hospitals’
emergency departments we had nearly 250,000 visits last year. We have EDs that
range in size from 10 beds to 52 beds. In addition to our hospital-based
emergency programs, we also have 2 free-standing EDs with a third already
We are so fortunate to have Wolfson Children’s Hospital as part of the Baptist
Health System. Wolfson is a 216-bed, Magnet-accredited hospital, and the only
full-service tertiary pediatric hospital in the region. If pediatrics is your
passion, then Wolfson is the place for you.
Part of what makes Baptist Health the leading provider in the region is our speciality
services. We offer the most advanced and compassionate care in these diverse units,
which include Labor & Delivery, Cath Lab, EP Lab, Dialysis, Oncology, Neuroscience,
Endovascular and much more. We are so excited to announce that Baptist recently partnered
with MD Anderson to create the Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center.
As a Utilization Review nurse you work with a team of high skilled RNs and
physicians to maximize the quality and efficiency of our healthcare services.
The goal of this role is to improve the overall quality of care for individuals by
assisting in the coordination and planning of ongoing care; including preventive
As a Nurse Educator, you are the expert of a given service area and responsible for
training new nurses and team members on the protocals, as well as enhancing
the skills of current members through continuing education. At Baptist Health
Nurse Educators are essential in training the nearly 300 new graduates who
participate in our nurse residency program.
As a leader in the use of technology in healthcare, Baptist Health believes that
Health Informatics/Clinical Informatics RNs are essential in improving the quality
and safety of patient care by linking information technology, communications and healthcare to quality outcomes.
Baptist Health has more than 60 physician practices, including primary care and a wide
range of specialty practices. We have opportunities for RNs in many of these practices.
The Home Health team is essential in ensuring that our patients continue to progress
on the road to recovery. These positions offer flexibility and autonomy to the nurse
who loves to work one on one.