Nursing at Crozer Health
One Vision. One Mission. Shared Values.
Nurses take pride in working at Crozer Health and benefit from leadership and growth opportunities provided by continuing education as well as on-the-job mentoring and professional guidance. We have exciting opportunities throughout Crozer Health, including in specialty areas not found elsewhere in the region.
Explore our current opportunities:
Please be patient while search results populate for the following links.
Our Nursing Team
Crozer Health's structural environment maximizes nurses' effectiveness and professional development and promotes and supports nurses' involvment in community efforts.
The Daisy Award for Extraordinary Nurses
Crozer Health honors the compassion and care bedside nurses provide their patients with Daisy Awards.
Meet our Chief Nursing Executive
Crozer Health’s chief nurse executive, Christine Mendez, MSN, brings decades of experience to the system. As a health care leader, Christine aspires to mentor the next generation of passionate nurses by keeping them connected to the personal fulfillment gained from quality patient care.
Stories of Courage
Our clinical leaders share stories of sacrifice, encouragement and gratitude.
Graduate Nurse Program
Crozer Health offers a residency/support program for new graduate nurses.
We Are Hiring!
Crozer Health has full-time, part-time, and per diem nursing positions available at our locations. We are seeking registered nurses (RNs) for our Emergency Departments, Intensive Care Units (ICUs), Operating Rooms, and Burn Treatment Center.
The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses
Crozer Health is proud to honor the compassion and care of bedside nurses with the DAISY Award.
DAISY Award Winners
Crozer-Chester Medical Center Recognizes Kathleen Fitz and Lindsay Farrell as CCMC’s DAISY Award Winners for April
Congratulations to two Emergency Department nurses from Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Kathleen Fitz, RN and Lindsay Farrell, RN, for being Crozer-Chester Medical Center's DAISY Award winners for April 2022. Their nominator, the wife of a patient suffering from a heart attack, called them the “dynamic duo.”
Crozer Health Recognizes Julianne Gray, R.N., as CCMC's DAISY® Award Recipient for September
Julianne Gray, R.N.(with certificate), Labor & Delivery, is Crozer-Chester Medical Center's DAISY Award winner for September 2021. Julie's nominator, a nervous mother-to-be in labor, said "...and then the day shift nurse came in to introduce herself, her name was Julie. From that point on I had an overwhelming sense of calmness and security knowing she was my nurse.
Crozer Health Recognizes Dennis Malamut, R.N., as CCMC's DAISY® Award Recipient for August
Dennis Malamut, R.N., was recognized as Crozer-Chester Medical Center's DAISY Award winner for August. From his nomination, "Dennis is a very knowledgeable and strong cardiac nurse"
Crozer Health Recognizes Paul Tuohey, R.N., as DAISY® Award Recipient
Paul Tuohey, R.N., works on the Taylor Hospital Regional Rehabilitation Unit and had a total of six nominations submitted from patients and families.
Crozer Health Recognizes Jodi O’Neill, R.N., as DAISY® Award Recipient
Crozer Health recently recognized Jodi O'Neill, R.N., from the Emergency Room at Delaware County Memorial Hospital, as a recipient of The DAISY® Award.
DAISY® Award Recipient Kimberly Menasion R.N.
Taylor Hospital nurse Kimberly Menasion was presented with a Daisy Award for receiving two nominations from a patient’s family. She was described by the family as innovative and extraordinary.
DAISY® Award Recipient Miguel Gomez R.N.
Crozer Health recently recognized Miguel Gomez R.N., from 5 Central at Delaware County Memorial Hospital, as a recipient of The DAISY® Award.
If you are a nurse who thrives in environments that provide autonomy and empowers you to make decisions and promote collegial relationships, our hospitals may be for you! To empower our staff—and especially nurses—Prospect Medical Holdings began the journey to become a High-Reliability Organization (HRO) in 2019.