Why Become a Nurse at Iredell?
The leadership of Iredell Health System recognizes the important role nurses
play in caring for patients. So much so, we are offering a $4,000 sign-on
bonus for evening and night RNs with at least two years recent, relevant
RN experience in the area for which they are applying.
Since 1954, Iredell Health System has delivered a full spectrum of personalized,
comprehensive medical care to all of Iredell County. What’s even
more impressive is that we’re the only not-for-profit health system
in the region to do so. At Iredell, we invest our revenue back into the
things that allow us to deliver award-winning medical care, like technology,
staff and the community. It’s what sets us apart from our competitors.
With six Centers of Excellence, accreditations from the Joint Commission,
and five-star patient satisfaction awards, Iredell Memorial Hospital is
proof that our communities, and competitors, have taken notice.
Another reason Iredell is different than other health systems is perhaps
our greatest resource, our nurses. Through shared governance, we provide
them with the knowledge, tools and opportunities so they may continue
to grow and excel in this rewarding field. And by offering scholarships,
Iredell Memorial Hospital Institute for Nursing Excellence and Innovation
gives nurses the ability to continue their education, receive their degrees,
and become leaders of award-winning health care for the entire community.
Located in Statesville, North Carolina, the quaint historic districts of
Iredell County offer a tranquil and relaxing setting for folks at Iredell
Memorial Hospital. And because it’s just a short drive from Charlotte,
Lake Norman and Winston-Salem, Iredell County is the perfect location
if you want to stay busy. From shopping and sporting to sightseeing and
boating, there is always something to do.
With award-winning health care, incredible opportunities, and a setting,
Iredell Memorial Hospital is your partner in turning your calling into a career.
More benefits nurses can expect:
- Fewer weekend shifts
- 8- and 12- hour days available
- Relationship-based care
- Shared decision-making