UAB Medicine Nursing

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  • 19,000 Employees
  • Level 1 Trauma Center
  • 1,200+ Licensed Beds
  • 200+ Clinics
  • 1.6 Million Patients Annually

UAB Medicine gives nurses opportunities to gain a wide range of experience–from complex patient cases to groundbreaking clinical trials–and our emphasis on continuing education inspires you to grow and be everything you were called to nursing to be.

You can explore different specialties, learn new skills, and accomplish life-long goals. Whether you are looking to start your career, fast-track your development, or diversify your skills, UAB Medicine offers avenues for advancement that other employers cannot match.

  • Ashley Leonard, RN

    Weekend nursing orientation begins in 2024

    Weekend orientation for PCTs and experienced nurses, including RNs and LPNs, will be offered starting in 2024. The dates for weekend orientation include: Jan. 20-21, March 16-17, May 25-26, July 20-21, Sept. 14-15, and Nov. 9-10. For more information about orientation dates and times, training, or other details, connect with our lead nurse recruiter.

  • Limited $20,000 sign-on bonus available for select units

    UAB Medicine is offering a limited $20,000 sign-on bonus available for full-time registered nurse positions on specific acute care units. The following units are included in that bonus: Abdominal Transplant; GI Surgical Oncology; Head, Neck, Plastics, and Urology; Hospitalist 1; Neurology/Seizure Monitoring; and Pulmonary: Intermediate Care, Cystic Fibrosis & Special Care. Other units may have sign-on bonuses available in varying amounts. See specific job postings for details.

Why Our Nurses Love Working at UAB Medicine

  • I genuinely feel like I’m seen as a valuable member of the health care team. When I have input, I feel like it’s appreciated, and it’s respected as what I feel is best for my patient at the time. Just like I advocate for my patients, I feel like UAB has advocated for me in a lot of ways.

    Anderson Lopez Castillo, BSN, RN, ECMO, Registered Nurse
  • UAB Medicine stands out among other organizations because its nursing program is Magnet-designated and because nurses continually work to improve patient care, with the inclusion of evidence-based practices as a major component.

    Dorthea Rutledge, RN-BC, Care Transitions

Awards & Recognition

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#1 Best Large Employer

Forbes, 2021

#1 Hospital in Alabama

U.S. News & World Report

Magnet-Designated Five Times

American Nurses Credentialing Center, since 2002

3 Silver-Level Beacon of Excellence Awards

American Association of Critical-Care Nurses

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