Be a Part of the LewisGale Difference:
If you want to be part of a team of health professionals who are committed to clinical excellence and compassionate care, we want to meet YOU!
We have exciting career opportunities for both experienced and new grad Registered Nurses at all four of our hospitals.
Open Positions in the Following Areas:
- Behavioral Health
- Emergency Services
- Inpatient Rehab
- Maternity Care Center
- Progressive Care
- Surgical Services
- Various Procedural Areas
- Central Resource Pool - this exciting opportunity allows experienced Registered Nurses to work in various areas of nursing at all four of our Southwest Virginial hospitals while providing flexible scheduling and excellent compensation.
Practice With Us
You can find a wealth of nursing opportunities available through our regional healthcare system. Hear what LewisGale nurses say about their work. Learn more about HCA rewards and benefits available to LewisGale nurses. Find out what it’s like to live in beautiful Southwest Virginia. You’ll love it here!
If you have additional questions, please contact Callie Peaslee, Clinical Recruiter, at 540-776-4874 or Callie.Peaslee@hcahealthcare.com.
Helping You Deliver Professional, Patient-Focused Care
When you join our nursing team, you’ll benefit from the advanced training, supportive environment and flexible scheduling that allow you to perform at your best and grow in your career.
Along with outstanding pay and benefits, you’ll appreciate our patient-centered nursing philosophy and commitment to:
- Fostering an interdisciplinary clinical approach to facilitate the best possible patient care and outcomes
- Providing the equipment, technology and supplies nurses need to care successfully for patients
- Promoting professional growth and recognition for our nursing staff
- Creating a work environment that encourages staff involvement, critical thinking and shared decision-making to enhance professional nursing practice
- Integrating new knowledge and innovation into our practice through education, research and communication about nursing practice
- Encouraging work/life balance and community involvement to promote the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities
We rely on you, our professional nurses, to set goals for achieving advanced knowledge and practice. We support you with programs such as clinical ladder, clinical internships, tuition reimbursement and flexible scheduling. Our clinical advancement program emphasizes professional growth through certification, academic achievement, mentoring, teaching and community activities.
LewisGale Regional Health System has embraced a shared governance model that provides professional nursing staff and management with the opportunity to engage in participatory decision-making in matters of nursing practice and procedures. The goal of this innovative approach is to support professional accountability and responsibility in a collegial environment that promotes quality patient care outcomes.
More than 200 LewisGale nurses currently serve on shared governance councils that allow them to make recommendations, form working partnerships and share accomplishments as they focus on excellence in patient care, professional development, research, nursing practice, peer review and education.
Excellence in Nursing
As a nurse at LewisGale Hospital Montgomery, you become part of a prestigious network of care teams that have achieved the Nursing Magnet Program® designation. Developed by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), Magnet is the ultimate credential for professional nursing excellence, earned by only 5 percent of all U.S. hospitals. The Magnet designation means that LewisGale Hospital Montgomery has met the highest standards for transformational leadership; structural empowerment through shared governance; exemplary professional practice; new knowledge, innovations and improvements and empirical outcomes.
Mentoring New Nurses
Through our COMPASS Coaching Program at all LewisGale hospitals, an experienced nurse is paired with each new employee throughout his or her orientation. The specially trained preceptor acts as an educator, socializer and role model, sharing nursing expertise and helping the new staff member become a valued member of the healthcare team. New nursing staff members have the opportunity to continue their professional development through a mentoring experience that includes classroom learning and supervised clinical experiences, which helps our nurses build the confidence and skills needed for future growth and leadership.