Working in a hospital is all about extremes. A miracle unfolds down the hall from a tragedy. A life is saved within minutes of a life lost. Nurses with the Seton Healthcare Family are part of this amazing rollercoaster every day on the job. And they wouldn’t have it any other way.
Seton’s RN Residency Open House
- Open to new nursing graduates and newly licensed nurses
- Meet current RN residents and clinical managers
- Learn about residency specialties at our hospitals
When & Where
- Friday, October 30, 2015, 1 to 5 p.m.
- Dell Children’s Medical Center Auditorium
4900 Mueller Blvd, Austin, TX 78723
If you are looking for an innovative work environment where you can flourish, are valued and have professional satisfaction, then Seton is the place for you.
Quality and Compassionate Care
Four of our hospitals have Magnet® designation and five hospitals have Pathway to Excellence® designation for excellence in nursing services. We have a passion for excellent patient care with a focus on providing quality, compassionate care in an academic environment through shared governance, evidence-based practice, advanced education, interdisciplinary collaboration and research.
Our professional practice model is Relationship-Based Care. It is also the essence of how we partner with our patients, families, health care team members and support each other.
Nurses Have a Voice
The Seton culture supports the autonomy of nurses through shared governance. Endowed with an unusually high degree of decision-making authority, Seton nurses have a voice in virtually everything we do — from patient care issues to equipment selection.
Many of Seton’s more than 3,000 nurses have surpassed their career goals, with many certified and presenting and publishing nationally. To support these efforts, Seton has a Center for Nursing Research that not only generates nursing science, but also implements and translates evidence-based practice.
Seton nurses have a strong community presence and make it possible for Seton to achieve its mission of caring for the poor and vulnerable. As health care professionals, Seton nurses are involved with local boards, the media, schools and churches, local nonprofit service organizations, health fairs, disaster relief and even health care politics. Our nurses lead the way in adapting care to meet the needs of our increasingly diverse community and patient population.
Join your colleagues in this nurturing environment where nurse’s contributions are valued. Spend some time reviewing our sites and discover for yourself why the Austin Business Journal continues to name Seton one of the best places to work in Central Texas.