Advance Your Nursing Career

If you are a nurse who wants to learn, grow and advance your career, Manatee Memorial Hospital has opportunities for you. Our nurses have the chance to make a difference for patients and their families every single day.

Manatee Memorial Hospital is fully accredited by the Joint Commission. We have earned many awards and accreditations, including Advanced Certification as a Primary Stroke Center and Certification for Hip and Knee Replacement from the Joint Commission, Accreditation for Chest Pain with PCI and Resuscitation from the American College of Cardiology, and Oncology/Cancer Accreditation by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer.

We offer a comprehensive benefits package and a friendly, compassionate environment with opportunities in a wide range of nursing specialties.

If you are an enthusiastic and caring professional who is excited to make a difference, we invite you to consider joining our team at Manatee Memorial Hospital.

Education and Advancement

At Manatee Memorial Hospital, we want you to pursue nursing as a lifelong career. That is why we offer a variety of programs and opportunities to help you learn, grow, and advance your nursing career.

Nurse Residency and Academy Program

This year-long program will help you transition from a nursing student to a nursing professional under the guidance and mentorship of clinical nursing staff, nurse educators, and program facilitators. This process includes a didactic and simulated learning experience combined with hands-on training in a clinical practice environment. The goal of the Nurse Residency and Academy Program is to inspire passion and excitement about your new role while creating a social network to foster a sense of community, support, resiliency and professional development.

New Employee and Department Orientation

All newly hired nurses attend an orientation to learn about the culture at Manatee Memorial Hospital. Our dedicated and highly qualified clinical hospital educators and nurse preceptor team will make sure you have the information and training you need to succeed in your new career.

Grow Your Own

We love to acknowledge exceptional nurses who utilize a wide range of knowledge, skills and competencies. The Grow Your Own (GYO) program at Manatee Memorial Hospital is designed to reward quality patient care professionals and enhance both clinical and professional growth by keeping our high performing nursing employees engaged through offering opportunities for growth. RNs are eligible to participate in the GYO program nine months after the completion of orientation.

Culture of Education

We encourage you to learn and grow within your nursing specialty. Manatee Memorial is a designated Training Center through the American Heart Association® (AHA) for all basic and advanced life support training including BLS, ACLS, PALS and NRP using the latest technology and equipment.

We also encourage you to continue your education through advanced degrees and specialty certifications. Manatee Memorial is partnered with a variety of renowned colleges and universities to support continuing educational advancements. Eligible nurses are supported through our reimbursement programs and certification bonuses. We want you to be the best nurse you can be!

Nursing Specialties

Nursing opportunities are available at Manatee Memorial Hospital in various units and specialties, including:

  • Adult Critical Care
  • Progressive Care
  • Neonatal Intensive Care
  • Cardiovascular Services
  • Emergency Services
  • Orthopedics
  • Oncology
  • Surgical Services
  • Medical/Surgical Services
  • Women and Infant Care

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Contact Us

If you have any questions, please contact:

Melissa Hill, BSN, RN
Hospital Clinical Educator, Nurse Residency and Academy Program Director
941-745-7472
Melissa.hill@mmhhs.com

Applications are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, disability, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law.