UW Medical Center – Montlake nurses pursue exciting careers in a positive, academic working environment, partnering closely with colleagues, and benefiting from mutual respect and collaboration. We offer unique opportunities for nurses, including specialties in high-risk pregnancy care and organ transplantation.
As a member of the UW Medical Center – Montlake staff, you’ll be on nursing’s leading edge. Join our team and you’ll have the opportunity to make a tremendous difference to your patients, your colleagues, and the profession of nursing itself.
In 1994, UW Medical Center ¬– Montlake became the first hospital in the nation to be named a magnet hospital for nursing by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. We’ve maintained that designation ever since.
The designation was given in recognition of the excellent work environment for nurses at UW Medical Center – Montlake, including an exceptionally high rate of nurse satisfaction and patient outcomes that are better than non-magnet hospitals.
Our nurses work in an environment that fosters collaborative decision making, professional development through varied learning experiences, opportunities to teach and share knowledge, and new challenges every day. Many UW Medical Center – Montlake nurses participate in groundbreaking research that contributes to the theory and practice of nursing. They also help train and prepare the next generation of nurses.
We actively collaborate with Harborview Medical Center and the UW School of Nursing — ranked number one in the nation — to support and facilitate the patient care, teaching and research programs of the UW School of Medicine. We also provide a teaching facility for the UW School of Medicine and the other UW schools.
As a member of our team at UW Medical Center – Montlake, you’ll be able to practice to the very best of your abilities and grow within your profession.