As the region’s largest healthcare provider, United Health Services ensures our nurses are well positioned to succeed, whether they are recent graduates or seasoned professionals. Join us and we will respect and support you personally and professionally with all the tools, resources and technologies you need to grow, advance and deliver excellent patient outcomes.
United Health Services has a proud history of training nurse residents, transitioning graduates from colleges or other academia into clinical environments. Our 12-month residency program—including orientation, unit-based learning and 12-day NLRN Curriculum—provides you with a full education, advanced training, support and networking opportunities. It’s an all-encompassing program valued at $140,000. All in return for a two-year work commitment from you.
Here you’ll be an integral part of a multidisciplinary medical team in a collaborative care environment. You’ll have a valued voice in patient care decisions and be heard by nursing leaders. You’ll have opportunities to help our communities through United Health Services care and wellness initiatives. And, because we’re a large organization with vast clinical capabilities, you’ll have many avenues, locations and departments to explore over the course of your career.
If you are self-motivated, passionate about nursing care, and truly want to make a difference in patients’ lives, as well as your own, United Health Services is where you want to work.
Join us and enjoy:
Full- or part-time employment
Co-workers’ support and encouragement
Excellent work-life balance
A well-defined clinical ladder
Continuing medical education
Tuition reimbursement up to $5,250 annually for undergraduate degree and $8,000 for graduate degree
It is the policy of United Health Services Inc. and members of the United Health Services System to provide equal employment opportunity to all persons without regard to race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, physical or mental disability, citizenship status, domestic violence victim status, familial status, military status or genetic predisposition or carrier status, or any other basis that would be in violation of Federal, New York State or local law.