Working at Tempe St. Luke's Hospital
Since we first opened in 1944, Tempe St. Luke's Hospital has been providing high-quality medical care to the people of Tempe and surrounding communities. Today, our 74-bed acute care hospital is one of the area's top community supporters.
Because we want every patient to have a pleasant, convenient, and comfortable experience, we employ staff members who are dedicated to meeting the healthcare needs of our community by providing high-quality care with a focus on patient safety, as well as exceptional customer service.
Our patient care programs have been honored with numerous awards and distinctions. In addition, Tempe St. Luke's Hospital is recognized as a Cardiac Referral Center. Tempe St. Luke's Hospital is fully accredited by DNV, a worldwide leader in quality management.
At Tempe St. Luke's Hospital, our focus is on our patients - as a team, working together to get patients well and back to their lives as quickly as possible. It's easy to see that this desire to help others is in the hearts and minds of our caring and experienced staff members. They strive to make each patient's experience as pleasant, convenient, and comfortable as possible by providing an extraordinary level of care and focusing on patient safety.
We offer a number of comprehensive services, as well as the Bridges Center for Surgical Weight Management, wound center and pain management center. We're looking for talented individuals to fill nursing jobs, travel nurse jobs, and new grad/entry-level jobs in everything from orthopedics to hyperbaric medicine and diagnostic imaging.
Tempe St. Luke's Hospital is a great place to work. Our employees enjoy opportunities for professional development and career advancement, as well as a competitive compensation and benefits package.
- Competitive salary.
- Shift differential.
- Tuition reimbursement.
- Vacation and holidays
- 40(k) retirement plan.
- Medical, dental, and income replacement insurance plans.
- Prescription drug plan.
- Flexible spending accounts.
- Optional long-term care benefits.
- Employee assistance program.
Tempe St. Luke's Hospital offers numerous employee recognition opportunities including participation in the Daisy Awards, a national nurse recognition program celebrating the compassionate work of nurses who provide direct care to patients and families.