Healthcare is a dynamic field with countless opportunities for advancement and growth, with nurses poised at the forefront as hospitals attempt to meet the pressures to treat, educate and manage our aging U.S. population
Economists predict the demand for registered nurses to grow 9% through the remaining decade with 200,000 openings. If you are a nurse, seeking a hospital with Magnet designation allows you to work for the top 10% of the nation’s most respected and leading healthcare institutions with ANCC recognition.
Working for a preeminent Magnet hospital focused on benchmarks for their patients and staff, superior nursing, ongoing innovation, and leadership excellence should be at the top of any nurse’s wish list. The five facilities listed excel in patient care, research, and education, and they are selective employers that will give your resume and your career a boost.
Explore our showcase of Magnet hospitals to find an institution that meets your needs.
Here are the top five Magnet Hospitals you might consider for your next career opportunity.
1. Johns Hopkins Hospital for Education and Research
If teaching and biomedical research top your list for potential employers, look no further than Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. This Magnet-accredited hospital — one of the top 100 oldest hospitals in the United States — is a world-renowned leader in patient care. Hopkins has ten top-ranked specialties and is number one in rheumatology. With continuous innovation, research, unparalleled medical advancements, and unsurpassed patient care, Hopkins deserves your attention as a potential employer.
2. The Baylor Scoot & White Medical Center – Temple for Trauma Care
The Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Temple Trauma Center in Temple, Texas, the only designated Level I Trauma Center between Dallas and Austin, ranks among the best for overall trauma care, dating back to the fall of 2019. The hospital received its first Magnet designation on February 4, 2021. According to the American College of Surgeons, this medical campus ranks among North America’s top 10% of Level 1 trauma centers.
3. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for Pediatric Care
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) has ranked among the best children’s hospitals in the United States for the last two decades. The main campus is renowned for delivering safe, high-quality, and family-centered care serving pediatric patients with complex conditions worldwide. This Magnet hospital is the nation’s first hospital devoted to the care of children. Since 1855, CHOP has fostered countless medical innovations to improve pediatric healthcare worldwide.
4. Cleveland Clinic for Cardiac Care
Cleveland Clinic ranks as one of the world’s best healthcare delivery systems. The main campus has been recognized as a Magnet® organization since 2003. And for three decades, Cleveland Clinic has ranked as the top hospital for cardiology, and heart surgery in the U.S. Cleveland Clinic is a top destination with a pedigree of high-quality patient outcomes, maximum safety, and continuous innovation.
5. Mt. Sinai Hospital for Foreign Travel
If you love to travel, leverage your mobility to explore Mt. Sinai Hospital, Canada’s renowned acute care academic health science center affiliated with the University of Toronto. Mount Sinai Hospital, part of Sinai Health, is Canada’s first and only hospital to receive Magnet recognition for nursing excellence and patient care, with a worldwide reputation for excellence in genetic research.
Today, healthcare is more complex than ever. Opportunities for nurses are abundant. Whether you choose a Magnet hospital offering ideal working conditions, increased job satisfaction, leadership opportunities not found elsewhere, or a top hospital of your choice, do research before committing.
We’ll be at the 2022 ANCC National Magnet Conference® October 13-15 at the Philadelphia Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA. Stop by booth 2018. We look forward to seeing you there!
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