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Thanks to higher vaccination rates for COVID-19 and a higher quality of life, nurses from around the US are looking to recapture their passion for nursing in Vermont. Practice at Rutland Regional Medical Center and you'll join a team of highly skilled, professional nurses at Vermont’s largest community hospital, recognized as a Magnet® Hospital for nursing excellence.
Vermont’s leading community hospital, Rutland Regional offers nursing opportunities from critical care nursing to the medical practice setting and everything in between. Whether you are an experienced nurse, advanced-practice nurse or a new graduate, Rutland Regional has a spot for you.
Nursing at Rutland Regional
At Rutland Regional, we know nursing is the backbone of healthcare. We are committed to helping you practice at the top of your craft. Here is some of what we offer nurses:
Pay and Benefits
You guessed it, our pay and benefits packages make nurses from Rutland Regional top earners. Depending on position and experience you can get:
- Up to $20,000 sign-on bonus
- Generous shift differentials
- Double-pay on holidays
- Bonuses for picking up extra shifts
- Annual vacation time starting at 200 hours
- Health, dental, vision and disability insurances
- Retirement plan
- Community discounts and memberships
About Rutland Regional Medical Center
We are a 144-bed, full-service community hospital including:
Living in Vermont
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One of the safest places to live in the country, Vermont consistently ranks high for quality of life. Vermont is a place all its own. It’s a community-minded state where neighbors look after each other and go out of their way to help.
Vermont’s schools are some of the best in the country, with an average teacher-student ratio of roughly 1:10 and a high-school graduation rate of 86 percent.
Love visiting great locations? Vermont is only a short drive to Boston, Montreal, New York City, the Adirondacks and the White Mountains, and the scenic Maine coast.
Pine Hill Park in Rutland, VT
Vermont is the home of great outdoor recreation. The Green Mountains are known for great mountain biking as well as downhill or cross-country skiing. But Vermont has even more, including lakes and rivers for kayaking and fishing, the Long Trail and the Appalachian Trail for hiking and backpacking.
And, of course, Vermont has some of the finest restaurants and craft breweries and distilleries in the country.
Learn more about life in Rutland, Vermont at https://realrutland.com/