Apply Today and Earn a Sign-On Incentive of Up to $10,000+
Whether you’re an experienced nurse or a new graduate, registered nurses may qualify for up to $10,000 in sign-on incentives when you apply with UI Health Care today. An additional $2,500 incentive is available for select positions in the following areas: Medical Surgical Services, Operating Room, Behavioral Health Services, Digestive Health Services, Cancer Center, and Heart and Vascular Adult Cath Lab.
Our Teams Are Built on Success
We are committed to a culture focused on strong teamwork and shared governance. You’ll notice the difference immediately as you participate in orientation and are invited to partner with nurse mentors.
You’ll have access to experts within your field and the opportunity to advance your career through formal educational opportunities.
- New graduates receive a year-long mentoring experience that successfully introduces them to the nursing care team and provides opportunities for further experience and learning.
- Experienced nurses can participate in a fellowship program to support successful transition to a new team and to extend opportunities for advancement.
- All nurses benefit from a generous hospital-wide professional recognition program.
You have your team’s support when you decide to formally add a certification to your credentials. Your team has built a pathway for you to achieve those certifications on the job. In turn, you will have the opportunity to serve as a preceptor for other nurses and students interested in following your path.
The Iowa Difference: Teamwork
The work of our overall team of 2,200 professional nurses is monitored and supported by our chief nursing officer and a set of governing committees. Together, we are dedicated to making sure you are an active voice in shaping our practice and the future of health care.
At UI Hospitals & Clinics, nursing is a solid partner in our hospital’s management and goal-setting process, as demonstrated by our Magnet Hospital designation. In fact, we are Iowa’s only hospital to hold that status continuously since 2004