Nursing at Lifespan Health System in Rhode Island
We have a critical need for skilled and experienced nurses at our hospitals.
We have something for everyone.
Lifespan is committed to fostering a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment that supports the overall well-being of our nurses and their families.
We value each nurse’s uniqueness manifested through compassion, innovation, and competence to achieve excellence in patient experience and clinical outcomes.
In a constantly evolving field, nurses are the foundation of Lifespan’s patient-centered model of care.
Our nurses' skill and compassion are at the beating heart of our mission: Delivering health with care.
Nursing at Lifespan Hospitals
One of the most significant aspects of nursing at Lifespan is access to working in a variety of professional environments from hospitals to specialty clinics to physician offices.
Rhode Island and Its Hasbro Children's Hospital
Rhode Island Hospital is the state’s largest hospital, and only Level I Trauma Center. It is the principal teaching hospital of The Warren Alpert Medical School.
The Miriam Hospital
How We Support Our Nurses
Nurses at Lifespan thrive in an environment that promotes interprofessional collaboration, a spirit of scientific inquiry, autonomy, and the opportunity for professional development.
We ensure successful transition to practice through our Vizient Nurse Residency Program for newly licensed nurses. We also provide competency-based orientation, preceptorship, mentorship, simulation, in person classes, online modules, and a wide array of practice-based learning opportunities.
Studying for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX)? We offer the Kaplan review course for free to all our newly graduated RN hires, saving them more than $400. Lifespan nurses also have access to unlimited free continuing education modules available virtually.
Work. Life. Stories.
Hear from Lifespan RNs and other employees, as they share their work stories in their own words.
"There's no end of the road here, that's how I feel. You can grow here."
Ana Taveras, Registered Nurse, Rhode Island Hospital
"When you're meant to do something like this, it's not just an occupation."
Lily Medeiros, Registered Nurse, The Miriam Hospital
Did you know Lifespan offers up to $7,500* in relocation benefits?
Known as the Ocean State, Rhode Island has 400 miles of coastline. Despite its small size, it is rich with history. Rhode Islanders take pride in their state, are known for their strong ties to family, and welcoming acceptance of new residents. You’ll find easy access to retail stores, supermarkets, banks, entertainment, houses of worship, schools, and much more.
*Relocation benefit based on distance moved.
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