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More than 2,100 nurses care for and serve our region. Nurses are leaders, innovators and role models who make the care we provide each day extraordinary.

Working at Niagara Health means that you’ll be providing care in one of Ontario’s largest hospital organizations. Across the 12 municipalities in the Niagara region, over 450,000 people access healthcare through our five sites, through virtual services and a growing network of community services. Our commitment to teaching and learning, research, innovation and developing partnerships help us to continually improve our care and patient experiences. Nurses are vital team members and leaders in the community who deliver extraordinary caring every day.

We celebrate your individuality

Nurses don’t always know what the day will bring when they care for patients and families. What matters is knowing that they have a team working along side them every step of the way. Niagara Health understands that a healthy and supportive work environment can help nurses deliver the best care possible. That’s why we strive to make Niagara Health a place where everyone is welcome. It’s where more voices are heard, more experiences are seen and where all employees are valued for being themselves. We want you to become a part of our nursing team—and to come as you are.

Interested? View current nursing job opportunities

We help you develop your career

We believe that every person in our region deserves to live every day of their life in the best health possible. We’re bridging barriers, creating better patient experiences and starting more innovative research than ever before. We are committed to cultivating a work environment where everyone has the opportunity to thrive, stay well and grow professionally.

We are currently hiring Registered Nurses and Registered Practical Nurses in the following areas:

  • Emergency
  • ICU
  • Operating Room
  • Complex Care
  • Medical Areas

We are also recruiting New Graduate Nurses looking to begin their careers. At Niagara Health, you’ll never stop growing.

Apply now.

‘Even in passing, he was still able to help people’: Nursing award winner leaves lasting legacy

Posted Jul 9th, 2024

‘Even in passing, he was still able to help people’: Nursing award winner leaves lasting legacy

Even after his death in January, Registered Nurse Joseph Soriano continued to help people by donating his organs. His contributions were recognized recently with an Excellence in Nursing award from Niagara Health.

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Nursing Roles & Information

Find out more about Nursing roles at Niagara Health.

Best Practice Spotlight Organization

We are honoured to be a Best Practice Spotlight Organization (BPSO) since 2002, which is a designation awarded by the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) to organizations that implement and evaluate best practice guidelines (BPGs). The BPG program is a multi-year initiative that supports Ontario nurses by providing them with evidence-based, best practice guidelines for client care. RNAO BPGs are recognized provincially, nationally and internationally.

Niagara Health is committed to maintaining its BPSO designation by focusing on engaging nurses within the organization to adopt and sustain an evidence based culture. The implementation and evaluation of BPGs raises the professional profile of nursing at Niagara Health and contributes to the provision of safe, quality care for our patients and families.

Our Partnerships

Niagara Health has strong academic partnerships with Brock University, Niagara College, McMaster University, and Mohawk College. We have been able to engage in unique opportunities with our academic partners and I-Equip is one such example.

I-Equip stands for Interprofessional Education for Quality Improvement Program. The mission of the program is to create a culture of continuous quality improvement by strengthening partnerships between community, academic and healthcare organizations.

Nursing staff in the front line have played a key role in advancing the organization’s quality agenda through their close work with the I-Equip students. Several quality improvement initiatives have been successfully developed, implemented and evaluated through I-Equip in the areas of falls, antibiotic stewardship, sepsis, surgical safety checklist, medication reconciliation, order sets, patient flow, patient engagement, stroke prevention, and reducing hysterectomy rates.

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