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Nursing at Rutland Regional

Group of nurses wearing masks holding balloons and signs to celebrate Magnet status

At Rutland Regional, we love our nurses! Magnet logoAs an ANCC Magnet® designated organization, we celebrate the talent and value the contribution of our nursing professionals every day. Our commitment to nursing excellence is evident in our professional development opportunities, shared governance structure, nurse engagement and patient outcomes.

From new graduates to experienced nurses, we have outstanding opportunities with top pay and benefits that include:

  • Up to $20,000 sign-on bonus (depending on position and experience)
  • Competitive base wage and differentials
    • Weekend - $4.25
    • Evenings - $3.75
    • Nights - $6.00
    • Holidays – 1.5 times base pay
    • Extra shift bonuses
  • 12-Hour Shifts
  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • Competitive Health, Dental, Vision, and Disability Insurances
  • Flexible Spending & Dependent Care Accounts
  • Health Savings Account
  • 403(b) Retirement Account with Competitive Employer Contributions
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Employee Urgent Care

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Experienced Nurses

Nurse giving patient chemotherapyWe are currently seeking talented and caring nurses that are looking to take their nursing career to the next level. We offer competitive compensation and benefits packages, including a current sign on bonus and relocation assistance.

Many different positions are available, including Medical Oncology, Surgical Care, Progressive Care, Intensive Care, Women's and Children's, Labor and Delivery, Psychiatric Care Inpatient Units, Emergency Medicine and a variety of specialties in our Ambulatory Care Clinics.

New Graduate Nurses

New graduate nurse working at the omnicellWe are committed to the success of our new graduate nurses! Positions are available in many different departments, including Medical Oncology, Surgical Care, Progressive Care, Intensive Care, Women's and Children's, Emergency Medicine and Inpatient Psychiatric Care Units. Rutland Regional offers many benefits to new graduate nurses including support from experienced Clinical Educators, a state of the art Nursing Simulation Center, Continuing Education Units onsite and a Nurse Residency Program.

All new graduate nurses are automatically enrolled in the Nurse Residency Program which is a full-year program that provides an evidence-based curriculum to enhance the transition to practice. The curriculum is comprised of classroom, simulation and seminars that are focused on critical areas for successful transition from student to practice nurse including leadership, communication, evidence-based practice and patient outcomes.

Nursing Support

Female LNA at a desk with a female nurse, workingRutland Regional is currently seeking Licensed Nursing Assistants (LNA) and Medical Assistants (MA) to be part of our nursing team. We are committed to the success of our nursing support professionals and offer a variety of professional development and continuing education opportunities including a Grow Your Own LNA Program and a LNA Residency Program. Rutland Regional also offers tuition support to LNAs and MAs that are interested in pursuing a degree in nursing.

Advanced Practice Nurses

Nurse Practitioner with patientAt Rutland Regional, we value the role of the Advance Practice Nurse (APRN) in the inpatient and outpatient setting. We offer competitive compensation and benefits packages. Our Advance Practice Nurses also enjoy the benefit of our APRN mentorship program, shared governance council and free on-site Continuing Medical Education (CME) offerings.


Deb Hough, Director of the ORHere at Rutland Regional, we empower our nurses to reach their full potential and recognize that all nurses are leaders. We offer opportunities to nurse leaders in the supervisor, manager and director roles. Each role is supported through comprehensive on-boarding programs, shared governance council, professional development and continuing education opportunities.

Importance of Teamwork

Katie Lincoln, BSN, RN, Clinical Manager at Rutland Regional Medical Center, talks about the importance of teamwork in nursing.

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