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Nursing at Children’s Hospital

Work as a Nurse at East Tennessee Children’s Hospital

Nurses at East Tennessee Children’s Hospital work in collaboration with a highly experienced and skilled multidisciplinary team to provide comprehensive family centered care to patients in our care. Nurses throughout the organization bring an invaluable level of service and expertise to our region's youngest patients. Opportunities exist for critical care, medical/surgical, perioperative, specialty care and administratively trained nurses.

As a member of our staff, you will have access to a comprehensive benefits package, ample opportunities for professional growth and will work in a highly supportive and engaging environment.

If you are interested in joining the nursing team at ETCH, be sure to visit our job board or contact a member of Human Resources today.

  • Nursing Continuing Professional Development
    Nursing Continuing Professional Development includes planned, organized learning experiences designed to build upon the educational and experiential bases of the professional nurse.
  • Nurse Residency
    The Pediatric Nurse Residency program at East Tennessee Children’s Hospital is a highly competitive year-long orientation program for recent nursing graduates or those with less than one year of experience in an acute care environment.
  • Professional Practice Model
    The professional practice model provides our nurses with a communication and collaboration point of reference as they provide care to patients and families.
  • Quality and Patient Safety
    East Tennessee Children's Hospital is committed to providing a safe environment for your child. The information on this page illustrates how Children's Hospital is providing the safest possible care to your child during his or her stay.
  • Transition to Pediatrics
    Nurses new to pediatrics participate in a specially designed fellowship program as part of their specialized orientation. This program builds on their previous acute care nursing skills and experiences to allow them to become highly skilled pediatric nurses.