Deb Day, Registered Nurse · Anderson County Hospital

"I am a Saint Luke's Nurse. 

Nurses are the lifeblood of Saint Luke’s compassionate care, and the life-changing work they do is given maximum support throughout our system. We’re committed to providing a workplace experience that encourages growth, flexibility, and work/life balance. All the while providing the tools our nurses need to have the best possible outcome for their patients’ care."

A culture that backs you up

Practical, technological & relational support

We are committed to keeping them low so you can practice safely and at your best. All floors of our Saint Luke’s hospitals receive support; some have nursing assistants or nursing interns to provide help when needed. And our system-wide electronic charting helps you work efficiently and stay at the top of your game.

You’ll never feel alone in your work at Saint Luke’s; we employ a culture of team-based patient care throughout the system. Our culture promotes a mutually respectful and supportive relationship between R.N.s and physicians. Nurses are heard at Saint Luke’s and the result is a highly collaborative and mutually beneficial relationship that positively affects patient care.

Benefits & Compensation

A competitive base with multiple differentials

We invest in the personal and professional well-being of every employee and offer competitive compensation and a family-friendly package.

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