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A Message from Holly Lorenz, RN, MSN
Chief Nursing Officer, UPMC 

The genuine satisfaction nurses experience from their profession is like no other. As UPMC’s chief nursing officer, I look for enthusiastic nurses, novice and expert alike, to join and thrive among our extraordinary nursing team. UPMC nurses are an integral part of our patient and family focused environment in which nurses themselves create, design, support, and transform care. The foundation of innovation, clinical experts driving nursing practice, and evidenced-based practice is well established and recognized for our nurses.

We are proud of the professional careers that our nurses develop with their practice spanning all of our campuses and locations such as urban, community, and tertiary hospitals, both nationally and internationally, outpatient clinics and ambulatory care settings, home health care, as well as, assisted-living and skilled nursing facilities. Specialties in which our nurses excel are endless: trauma and burn, emergency care, oncology, pediatrics, transplantation, medical-surgical, cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery, obstetrics, orthopaedics, neurosciences, intensive care, research, long term care, physician practice offices, behavioral health, and rehabilitation. UPMC is uniquely positioned to provide exceptional opportunities for learning, growth, and advancement of your nursing career.

Won’t you join us as we help to shape the future of nursing? 

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