Our nurses are at the core of the Orlando Health Way and provide exemplary patient-centered care focused on improving health and optimizing outcomes for the individuals, families, and communities we serve. Through clinical excellence, caring practice and extraordinary teamwork, Orlando Health nurses boldly advance the practice of nursing every day.
Worldwide prestigious designation given by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to recognize healthcare organizations that demonstrate nursing excellence in exemplary patient care and innovative professional nursing practice.
The American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) created the Beacon Award for Excellence to acclaim North American inpatient hospital units that utilize evidence-based practices and processes to improve patient outcomes.
Voted Florida’s #1 healthcare employer by our own team members, Orlando Health embraces the idea that nursing career paths are unique, individual, and personal. We offer innovative benefits and flexible opportunities, making you the priority.
Whether you seek work variety, scheduling consistency or career advancement, find your home at Orlando Health. You choose your path, and we support your journey by providing training in your specialty, schedules that work for you and flexibility that matches your personal and professional goals.
Beginning on day one, Orlando Health nurses enjoy:
No matter where you are in your nursing journey, Orlando Health is committed to your success.
Our nurses are awarded and recognized for their commitment to clinical excellence and professional development.
We love to literally “pay the way” for our team members to become nurses! We offer a Preferred Education Program (PEP) that allows you to pursue an associate degree, bachelor’s degree or technical certificate at select institutions with no out-of-pocket costs. In addition to our PEP, Orlando Health is affiliated with more than 60 schools and 300 nursing programs located in Florida and throughout the country.
We are committed to supporting newly graduated nurses in their first year of practice and beyond. The Orlando Health RN Residency Program is accredited by the ANCC Practice Transition Accreditation Program® (PTAP) and equips Graduate Nurses (GNs) with the tools, training, and development they need to launch a successful career. Orlando Health GNs are eligible for day-one benefits, including tuition reimbursement and student loan repayment.
Learn more about our Nursing Leadership at Orlando Health.
Research is supported at the highest level of nurse leadership and is a main component of the nursing strategic plan.
Float nurses are members of an exceptional team that travel throughout the Orlando Health system and work with a diverse patient population. Benefits include variety in work location, meeting new people, a higher rate of pay and self-scheduling.
The elements of the Professional Practice Model include our core values of caring practice and clinical excellence, our care delivery model of synergy and patient centered care and the foundational elements of research, professional development, quality outcomes, evidenced based practice, exemplary practice and shared leadership.