Nurses: Critical for Care
There’s no one more critical in caring for Baptist’s patients than our nurses. For more than a century, the nurses of Baptist Health System have been an integral part of delivering compassionate care.
At Baptist, we applaud the dedicated nurses who deliver patient-focused care every day. Our nurses are committed to our first priority: that our patients receive the best treatment possible. That’s Baptist Care.
Whether they are helping to bring a new life into the world, rushing to stabilize a patient in the Emergency Room, or monitoring a post-op patient to make sure they are emerging safely and comfortably from anesthesia and surgery, every nurse’s role is crucial.
“Today’s nurses are highly educated and have critical input in the care of their patients as the frontline caregiver in the hospital,” says Tommye Austin, PhD(c), RN, Chief Nursing Executive at the Baptist Health System. “They collaborate with physicians and the entire healthcare team to help provide the best health care possible for each individual.”
Whether newly graduated or with years of experience at the bedside, the nurses of Baptist Health System have our gratitude, respect and thanks as they guide our patients and our hospitals in a positive direction.
When Caring is Your Calling
Educating nursing professionals is an important mission at Baptist Health System, one we’ve taken seriously for more than a century. Today, Baptist Health System’s School of Health Professions is preparing students to enter careers in nursing, medical imaging, sonography and surgical technology. For more information about the School of Health Professions, click here
Nursing Jobs at Baptist
If you are interested in becoming part of the Baptist team, we would love to talk with you.
Become a Nurse or Health Professional
For over a century, formal clinical education has been part of the Baptist Health System mission in San Antonio, TX. In the 21st century, this educational opportunity has extended also to Phoenix, AZ. The Baptist Health System School of Health Professions is a place for excellent beginnings – the fundamental steps to get you started on a rewarding career.
The School of Health Professions offers programs and coursework in professional and vocational nursing, surgical technology and medical imaging to prepare students for clinical roles in health care. Our graduates are well prepared for immediate entry-level positions within their specialties. Through the use of classroom instruction, laboratory simulations, and clinical rotations, students are guided and prepared for clinical practice. Using state-of-the art, distance-learning technology, some programs are taught simultaneously in San Antonio and Phoenix through live interactive sessions. Excellent faculty members, prepared both academically and clinically, enrich the learning experience with theoretical and clinical expertise.
Preparing for your Future
With their strong clinical and theoretical backgrounds, graduates are prepared with outstanding entry-level job skills and foundation coursework that pave the way for continued growth throughout their professional lives.
Your success starts here at the Baptist Health System School of Health Professions. We are the premier education component of the Baptist Health System where learners and graduates are among the very best prepared healthcare professionals. Become a Nurse or Healthcare Professional
For more information on employment opportunities please call (210) 297-7005 or visit our Employment page.