Our top priority is the health and safety of our patients, employees and visitors. To provide support to HonorHealth employees, we have implemented enhancements to our paid time off and sick leave policies, financial assistance programs and additional health and wellness resources to support you and your family’s physical and mental health needs. Visit https://www.honorhealth.com/everymeasure/safety to learn about HonorHealth’s safety measures implemented or increased due to COVID-19.

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Nursing excellence is at the forefront of outstanding patient care. HonorHealth's commitment to nurses is evident by all five hospitals achieving Magnet recognition. Achieving and maintaining Magnet recognition is considered the highest level of designation a healthcare organization can achieve for nursing excellence and quality patient care.

Professional Development and Programs

HonorNurse is a voluntary program for full-time and part-time RNs throughout the HonorHealth system for professional growth and development. Participate and you’ll earn points towards career advancement; choose between a monetary reward or professional growth certificates.HonorNurse is a voluntary program for full-time and part-time RNs throughout the HonorHealth system for professional growth and development. Participate and you’ll earn points towards career advancement; choose between a monetary reward or professional growth certificates.
The bonus program is designed to reward eligible non-leadership full-time and part-time nurses who maintain an active approved certification.  Depending on employment status, you can earn up to $1,500 annually.
The 12 month program is uniquely designed to transition new graduate RNs to provide exceptional nursing care and ongoing support at HonorHealth. The program enhances the knowledge, skills, and professional behaviors of new graduate nurses through incorporation of the Nurse of the Future (NOF) Core Competencies and Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) Competencies.
Program requirements: Graduate from an accredited college of nursing and successfully passed the NCLEX exam in the 12 months before beginning employment with HonorHealth.
The 12 week program consists of didactic and hands-on instruction using the Association of Operating Room Nurses (AORN) Periop 101 curriculum. Program nurses will also receive an additional 12 weeks with department preceptors going through each surgical service line at their respective campuses.
Program requirements: New Graduate or new-to-service RNs hired into a Surgical Services position at a HonorHealth facility.
The ED Academy is specifically designed for the newly licensed or the new-to-service ED RN. The ED Academy is comprehensive and designed to deliver standardized and evidence-based content to assist the nurse with knowledge acquisition and socialization to emergency nursing practice.
Program requirements: New Graduate and new-to-service RNs hired into the ED at a HonorHealth facility.
The 12 week ECCO Program prepares nurses transitioning to a critical care unit and is supported by the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) curriculum. Online modules, unit orientation and hands on instruction via skills labs will provide nurses with the knowledge, skills and confidence to work and care for patients in a critical care unit.
Program requirements: New graduate or new-to-service RNs hired into the ICU unit at a HonorHealth facility.

Meet Maddi

“I truly feel blessed to work in a unit that takes pride in supporting their staff and encourages nurses to be active members of the interdisciplinary team. Getting the opportunity to work side by side with exemplar doctors and role model coworkers has helped shape me into the nurse I am today!” Maddi, RN

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