Today, we are the nation's leading provider of healthcare services
HCA-affiliated nurses and the passion they bring to their practice each day is the cornerstone of our mission to provide exceptional care to our patients. We seek to support their dedication with a solid foundation of encouragement and an involved environment through which they will find unlimited potential and opportunity to further their careers.
The future of nursing lies with professional nurses who will use the knowledge and experience they possess today to reach greater plateaus of innovation in best practices and higher quality patient care. The foundation of advancement is continued education, and HCA provides this opportunity to all of its nursing professionals.
Through programs like clinical ladder, clinical internships, tuition reimbursement and flexible scheduling, it's not uncommon for a nurse tech to rise to LPN or RN with classroom instruction while maintaining employment. Aspiring Charge Nurses, Nurse Managers, Nurse Supervisors and Nurse Directors with proven leadership potential can also join the CNO Development Program to develop necessary skills for CNO roles within HCA through on-the-job experience and mentored training. HCA truly offers our nurses unsurpassable opportunity in the widest variety of clinical and non-clinical settings in which to work.
Whether it's a research hospital setting with the latest technology, clinical trials with groundbreaking medical procedures, or a community hospital that combines clinical excellence with the intimacy of a local facility, nurses can find what they are looking for in a career at HCA.
Nursing practice is at the heart of patient care in HCA hospitals, surgery centers and urgent care centers. HCA is focused on providing care that is both compassionate and based on the latest evidence. Innovative nursing roles are emerging in traditional sites of care and in new sites of care such as transfer centers, call centers and navigation programs, and roles for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses are expanding in all sites of care.