St. Philomena’s nurses are leading the global transformation of nursing practice to enhance patient care for everyone, everywhere. with a commitment to quality patient care and innovations in nursing practice.
Our hospitals’ nursing excellence is based on a professional practice model that centers on you and your family. That core commitment is enhanced by a culture that values clear communication, diversity and inclusion.
Our nurses work in every medical and surgical setting — hospital, outpatient clinic, and in all specialty areas.
Our nurses are vital members of your care team. They are part of a talented interdisciplinary team of doctors, pharmacists, dietitians, social workers, and others, depending on your needs and plan of care.
- Team-based care
- Specialty Nursing
St. Philomena’s Hospital nurses fulfill many roles, including:
Caring healer: The compassionate care offered by our nurses incorporates evidence-based best practices, research and feedback from patients. Your nurses assess, evaluate and monitor you, and they carry out many other responsibilities, such as taking your vital signs. They listen to your concerns so that they can provide individualized care.
Teacher: Our nurses are health educators for patients, families and communities.
Navigator: Your nurse advocates for you and guides you and your family on your health care journey. Your nurse also coordinates with other members of the care team.
Clinical nurses help prepare you for discharge from the hospital and transition to the next level of care.
Problem-solver. Professional nurses are trained to be proactive problem-solvers in every care setting.