Combine your passion for nursing with the strength of your faith. We're searching for nurses interested in serving our communities with compassionate care and exceptional service. At Mercy, nursing isn't just a job. It's a calling. Join us and be part of our nearly 200-year-old legacy of bringing the healing ministry of Jesus to life.
Receive a lump sum to help cover your relocation expenses. A dedicated relocation manager will support you along the way!
Up to $20,000 loan forgiveness for new grad nurses! You must start within 12 months of graduation date.
Up to $20,000 sign-on bonuses available for experienced bedside nurses with 1+ years of experience.
Either 40 or 80 hours of PTO frontload, based on years of experience.
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What Our Co-workers Are Saying
“The respect and compassion each employee receives is truly what draws so many of our co-workers to Mercy. I love how my unit, as well as all of the other units, has such a family dynamic to it. I know that no matter how difficult my shift may be, there will always be numerous friends and co-workers offering to help me. We are always there to celebrate each other’s victories, and show compassion during times of hardship.” Megan Wingbermuehle RN - Trauma / Neuro ICU, Mercy Hospital St. Louis
“I appreciate Mercy’s culture of empowering individuals to serve with their unique, God-given abilities.” Richard Chew Chaplain, Mercy Hospital Northwest Arkansas
“I enjoy working with all of the Physicians here as well as my fellow Medical Assistants. We all work together to ensure everyone is treated with dignity, respect and excellent service at every visit. I could not imagine being anywhere else.” Christina Knowles Mercy Clinic Internal Medicine, East Communities
"My favorite part of my job is being the smile and heart of Mercy for my co-workers and guests. Having traveled to Ireland in 2018 with some of the Sisters of Mercy, I saw first-hand what it meant to be part of the mission and legacy of Catherine McAuley. Every day I come to work, my J O B is my J O Y!" Kathy Sansone Office Coordinator, Mercy Ministry Office
"My favorite part about working in my department is the teamwork and feeling like part of one big family!” Hannah Hicks Monitor Technician, Mercy Hospital St. Louis
“I chose to become an Emergency Nurse because every day is a new challenge that pushes me to be the best nurse I can be. I like to work diligently in a fast-paced environment where the stakes are high.” Lexi White RN - Emergency Room, Mercy Hospital South
Through the years, I have seen many changes to my profession, but one thing has never changed for me. I love what I do! Working the front-lines through the pandemic has brought me back to why I chose to become a respiratory therapist at Mercy. I want to help, whether that involves administering medications, managing a ventilator, or just holding a patient’s hand and listening to them. I will continue to give my best to every patient.” Sara Lloyd Respiratory Therapist, Mercy Hospital St. Louis
"I’ve been with Mercy for almost 16 years. As an ER nurse, I am blessed to have the occasion to extend myself into the lives of each person I care for. You will never find another profession that is more rewarding, challenging, exciting, interesting, or thought-provoking. I am thankful for all the nurses out there who pursue this mission of caring in the ER. I hope you know how important you are in each person’s life you touch."
Elise Staudinger RN - Emergency Room, Mercy Hospital Washington
"Throughout my career, it has been my conviction that every patient should be cherished as a unique creation of God’s, which is also one of Mercy’s core values. It's fulfilling to work for a hospital that enables me to provide exceptional health care while also ministering love to those in their time of need. Working in the critical access ER, every day looks different but I enjoy the constant growth, the camaraderie as a team, and the way we're constantly improving to fit the changing needs of our community. Mark Twain said it best, 'Find a job you enjoy doing, and you will never have to work a day in your life.'"
Arielle Lewis Nurse Practitioner, Mercy Hospital Lincoln
“When I was transitioning from the Army, I was looking for an organization that held similar values to what I found in the Army that I personally held. Mercy stood out because their values of dignity, respect and serving others really resonated with me. If you are looking for a place like that, then Mercy may be the right choice for you.” Mark Rowe Physician Recruiter, Mercy Ministry Office
"I enjoy emergency medicine because of its fast pace nature, plus it's truly a never ending learning experience. The best part of working in the Mercy ER is working with my co-workers. The people that I work with at Mercy South Emergency Department are the most passionate and intelligent people I have ever met. They are truly super heroes." Katlyn Moore RN - Emergency Room Mercy Hospital South
slide 2 of 4 "My favorite part of my job is being the smile and heart of Mercy for my co-workers and guests. Having traveled to Ireland in 2018 with some of the Sisters of Mercy, I saw first-hand what it meant to be part of the mission and legacy of Catherine McAuley. Every day I come to work, my J O B is my J O Y!" Kathy Sansone Office Coordinator, Mercy Ministry Office "My favorite part about working in my department is the teamwork and feeling like part of one big family!” Hannah Hicks Monitor Technician, Mercy Hospital St. Louis “I chose to become an Emergency Nurse because every day is a new challenge that pushes me to be the best nurse I can be. I like to work diligently in a fast-paced environment where the stakes are high.” Lexi White RN - Emergency Room, Mercy Hospital South