Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Saint Luke’s Health System is committed to providing exceptional care for all patients and a safe and healthy atmosphere for our team.
Saint Luke’s Health System is now hiring nurses for its four regional hospitals in Iola and Garnett in Kansas and Chillicothe and Trenton in Missouri. Work close to home while enjoying the benefits and opportunities of the area’s largest health care system.
A nursing career at one of Saint Luke’s regional hospitals means working in a tight-knit community with a friendly and supportive care team. We are seeking nurses who are comfortable with working in different settings and passionate about patient care.
Learn more about Saint Luke’s in your community.
Saint Luke’s Career Advancement Program for Nurses (CAP) is a five-step education program to help nurses advance their careers. Through CAP, nurses participate in projects and lead initiatives that expand their skill set and develop the leadership skills necessary to move ahead.
Saint Luke’s Health System is dedicated to improving patient outcomes and quality care by ensuring our nurses have the tools and support needed to impact the patient experience. Saint Luke’s is guided by a strong Nurse Governance program that empowers and supports nurse engagement and allows nurses’ voices to be heard. Saint Luke’s nurses affect change in their units, hospitals, the health system, and profession at-large. Our nurses are a big part of why Saint Luke’s is the Best Place To Get Care and the Best Place To Give Care.
Saint Luke’s Educational Assistance Program is a tuition reimbursement benefit that offers reimbursement for tuition/enrollment costs associated with Continuing Education.
Employees can receive reimbursement for:
All nurses have access to a Career Navigator. Saint Luke’s Career Navigators will help you discover how to best use your strengths and develop a plan for growth and success during your career at Saint Luke’s. Career Navigators have different resources to help you jump-start your professional and personal growth.
If you’d like to learn more about how you can make a difference close to home, please submit your information and a recruiter will be in touch.
"What we do is so vital. We have so much power as nurses." Nicole Roberson, Registered Nurse, Neuroscience ICU, Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas CityRead more >
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...Read more >
"You get those rare moments that you're reminded why you went into this field, and it makes everything so much better." Danielle Hammontree, Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Saint Luke’s East HospitalRead more >
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