"It was a good career move."
Deb Day, Registered Nurse · Anderson County Hospital
I am a Saint Luke's Nurse
The room to grow, the tools to succeed
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
Our Patient-to-R.N. ratios are among the best in the region, and 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.
For new graduate RNs, we know that your career and leadership development will benefit us as much as you – so we pour resources into your growth, training, and development through our Nurse Residency Program.
At Saint Luke’s, diversity isn’t simply a box we check or a class we teach. We know a professional team that best reflects the ever-changing world around us is one that will drive innovation, foster creativity, and grow in their careers.