With more than 60 locations across New York’s Southern Tier—inclusive of hospitals, rural clinics, specialty practices, walk-ins, home care, and long-term care—it’s likely you’ll find an RN position that aligns with your clinical interests.
UHS offers many shift and schedule options, including 8- and 12-hour shifts, and full-time, part-time, weekend, and per diem schedules. Work with your manager to develop a schedule that meets staffing needs and allows for work-life balance.
UHS nurses are consistently presented with the UHS LOVED (Living Our Values Every Day) Award, the Legendary Award, and our highest annual honor, the UHS Laureate. We also participate in the national DAISY Award program.
RNs actively participate in unit and specialty nursing councils. Members work together to align UHS nursing with evidence-based practice. Staff-led councils work closely with leadership to make improvements and changes.
United Health Services may be the region’s largest healthcare system, but we’re known for our small-town, family vibe among our staff. We lift each other up and work together to put our patients first. Kindness is the norm.
UHS offers tuition reimbursement for current employees and provides support for RNs to obtain ANCC credentials. We also have a robust clinical ladder and mentorship program that benefits both experienced and new RNs.
We know there’s a lot to consider when you’re making a career move. That’s why we want you to know that United Health Services is continuously investing in our registered nurses.