At St. Joseph, we equip and empower our nurses to pursue their calling and improve patient care by advancing our Nursing Professional Practice model through shared governance. As one of the largest segments of our workforce, nurses are a critical part of our team and our efforts to transform care for our community.
When you join the St. Joseph Hospital nursing team, you become part of a proud family of nurses who’ve been making an impact in Nashua and beyond for more than century. As an organization, we believe nurses are critical to our mission and future. As health care delivery changes and evolves, our nurses continue to fuel quality, innovation and an unwavering commitment to servant-leadership and compassion.
Our Nurse Residency Program
New nurse graduates are encouraged to participate in our Vizient/AACN Nurse Residency Program™ designed to provide mentoring and additional training to ensure success in the clinical setting.
This program includes an evidence-based curriculum and a final project, as well as interactive exercises. The program helps to sharpen decision-making skills enhance clinical nursing leadership practices and promote the incorporation of research-based evidence into practice.
To learn more contact Andrea Erickson.
We invite you to click one of the icons below to learn more about the ways St. Joseph Hospital supports, equips and empowers nurses to care for patients, advance nursing professional practice and advance professionally.
"First and foremost, a heartfelt thank you to our nurses for their unwavering commitment to compassionately caring for our patients and keeping them safe. You are truly valued and deeply appreciated. It is your dedicated, selfless service that has been a beacon of hope in a pandemic and the ever-changing challenges that have come with it."
If you want to join an organization and nursing team that is Mission-driven and leading the way to a brighter future, look no further than a career in nursing at St. Joseph Hospital.
As an organization, we are committed to providing our nurses with meaningful opportunities to make a difference in the lives of patients, take part in shared governance, advance Nursing Professional Practice, and grow your knowledge and skills through meaningful development and a career path.