As the third oldest general hospital in the United States and the oldest and largest hospital in New England, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) continues its tradition of excellence today. In addition to being designated the state’s first Magnet hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center in 2013, MGH has been recognized for its commitment to diversity by Diversity Inc. and named a Top Place to Work by The Boston Globe. Of 5,000 hospitals evaluated annually by U.S. News and World Report, Mass General has ranked in the top five of the nation’s Best Hospitals Honor Roll since the rankings began in 1990.
A 999-bed teaching hospital for Harvard Medical School, MGH offers opportunities for nurses to learn, thrive, and excel in today’s dynamic healthcare environment. Robust programs support professional development, while state-of-the-art simulation labs, interactive workshops, and strong academic partnerships promote clinical advancement and academic achievement.
Every day, Mass General nurses dedicate themselves to providing the highest quality and safest care possible to the patients and families who entrust them with their care. If you’d like to make a difference, play a vital role in advancing clinical practice, and have a voice in the future of nursing, MGH might just be the hospital for you.
To learn more and apply online, please visit www.massgeneral.org/careers/jobsearch.aspx and search for Job # 3076200.
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MGH provides a rich array of opportunities and programs for education, training, development and enrichment. We also offer numerous healthcare and retirement benefits effective your date of hire, including medical, dental and vision coverage, long-term disability insurance, and a hospital-paid retirement plan. To support a healthy work/life balance, MGH employees are welcome to subsidized childcare at two MGH-owned facilities, and a back-up child care center on the Main Campus.