Love nursing? Want to grow your career? We support our nurses' and their families' educational goals
UofL Health is more than a health care system it is an organization dedicated to supporting our nurses through education, advancement opportunities and building life-long relationships.
- Free tuition to University of Louisville for employees and their dependents.
- Obtain your BSN with no out of pocket expenses for UofL School of Nursing's online RN to BSN program
- Tuition reimbursement programs
- No out of pocket options for more than 30 professional nursing certifications
- Individualized career pathways for nurses interested in high acuity specialty units, leadership and advanced practice roles
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Through collaboration, compassion, hard work, discovery and engagement, our UofL Health nurses make a difference in the lives of our patients, our community and our team members.
And through our affiliation with UofL School of Medicine and UofL School of Nursing, we uniquely impact nursing students as they learn and grow in their careers. As a UofL Health nurse, you will help guide the next generation of nurses by demonstrating the very best in nursing care each and every day.
ANCC Magnet Recognition Program®
With this credential, UofL Hospital and Brown Cancer Center joins the global community of Magnet-recognized organizations. Just a small and select group of U.S. health care organizations have achieved Magnet recognition. The American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet Recognition Program® distinguishes organizations that meet rigorous standards for nursing excellence.
This honor exemplifies the nursing professionalism, teamwork and superiority in patient care that we strive for as an academic health care system.
Research demonstrates that Magnet recognition provides specific benefits to health care organizations and their communities, such as:
- Higher patient satisfaction with nurse communication, availability of help and receipt of discharge information.
- Lower risk of 30-day mortality and lower failure to rescue rates.
- Higher job satisfaction among nurses.
- Lower nurse reports of intentions to leave their positions.