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Nursing at UPMC

Who Is a UPMC Nurse?

A UPMC nurse is a healer, a leader, an advocate, a colleague, a listener. Nurses at UPMC are skilled, passionate providers, constantly looking for opportunities to develop professionally and improve care for their patients. Nurses at UPMC combine their education and experiences with a deep commitment to caring for others and helping others reach their potential. Nurses at UPMC give voice to their patients, while finding their own voices.

Professional Opportunities at Home and Beyond

UPMC offers our more than 11,000 nurses the chance to make a vast difference in the world and in the lives of our patients. Patients and families rely on UPMC nurses every day, both at home in western Pennsylvania and around the world. Challenging yet rewarding care settings and a wide network of facilities and services provide a wealth of opportunities for personal and professional growth.

Exceptional Nurses Providing Exceptional Care

UPMC nurses strive to provide the best care to every patient, every time. UPMC helps nurses do this by providing innovative solutions to questions, educational and professional opportunities, and a culture of nursing excellence.

News and Events

2014 Nursing Now Conference:

Influencing Our Profession, Driving Health Care Change

Monday, June 16 and
Tuesday, June 17, 2014

University Club
Pittsburgh, PA

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