Nursing Jobs at Regional One Health 2017-10-12T13:40:02+00:00
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Meet our A-Team Nurses

Regional One Health’s nurses are the front-line heroes leading the charge for better patient care in our community. We’re excited to add to our staff of A-Team nurses, those people who believe providing the highest standard of care to all patients is priority No. 1.

Imagine being part of a team that saves lives and makes a difference in the community every day. Regional One Health provides an environment where nurses work side by side with some of the nation’s best health care talent while growing and learning, no matter the position.

Regional One Health is home to the oldest hospital in Tennessee, chartered in 1829, where more than half of all physicians in the state receive training. Our 3,000 employees are part of an elite team of health care providers, and the Centers of Excellence in trauma, burn, neonatal intensive care and high-risk obstetrics provide elite and highly specialized care to the Mid-South region.

Regional One Health provides nurses the opportunity to work on the front lines of cutting-edge, evidenced-based care. Patients come to us in times of need with serious conditions and leave our facilities whole because of the care and compassion our nurses, staff and physicians provide.

“We want an A-Team who wants to come in and be challenged, people who want to grow and learn and be part of something that’s successful.”– Lisa Cox Schafer, RN, MSN, NEA-BC Chief Nursing Officer, Regional One Health

Learn why these A-Team nurses choose to work at Regional One Health.

Christian Leathley, ICU Nurse

“My co-workers are fantastic people and have been so incredibly nice and welcoming to me. It definitely makes going to work easier when you’re with people you enjoy working with. If you have people you work with who are fun to be with it makes the job even better.”

Tommy Willette, Trauma Nurse
“Your Life. Our Passion,’ that’s not a catch phrase. You have to incorporate it into your heart and your mind. You have to take ownership. That’s what sets us apart.”
Christine Maxwell, NICU Nurse

“Nursing is a calling. It’s not just a paycheck. It’s all consuming and it’s a part of you, just like being a doctor or practitioner. It’s what you were meant to do. I know I was meant to be at Regional One Health. I’ve never doubted it. I love it.”

Read Christine’s story.

Angelita Rodgers, Emergency Room Nurse

“My personal purpose is to keep the hospital at a top level so we can best serve our patients. I want patients to come in and see great things. I believe the ER is a reflection of me so I want to always be positive.”

Read Angelita’s story.

Nathan Crumley, Burn Nurse

“It’s rewarding to see your hard work and sweat walk in that door. Burns take a long time to heal, and to see them come back and show you pictures of their kids, it’s awesome.”

Read Nathan’s story.

Mini George, Patient Care Coordinator

“I went into nursing because I’ve always liked people. Giving care, getting satisfaction from them makes me most happy. Working at Regional One Health gives me a wonderful experience.”

Read Mini’s story