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For Nurses

At Mercy Health, nursing is a dynamic profession that requires both compassion and precision. We are ready to respond to an ever-changing workplace by building a community of ambassadors that is respected, recognized and rewarded. We seek balance in our work and in our personal lives. As a faith-based health care organization, we also encourage spirituality in the workplace.

Mercy Health nurses have numerous career options available to them and are encouraged to grow into the professional direction they are most interested in. To learn more about the many exciting opportunities in which nurses participate at Mercy Health, please read our Nursing Annual Report. To see and hear our nurses talk about why they love working for Mercy Health, please watch this video.

For RN Opportunities

Upload a resume:
Speak directly to a Recruiter: 513-214-3663


We offer the following programs to enhance the Mercy Health nursing experience.

Join our Clinical Resource Team - Your expertise. Where it's needed most.

If you are an RN who is looking for flexibility and growth, you may want to join our Clinical Resource Team. The Clinical Resource Team is an elite group of RNs who move from hospital to hospital, applying their special skills while building relationships, delivering continuity of care and shaping the nursing practice.

Why join the Clinical Resource Team?

When you become part of our Clinical Resource Team, you are guaranteed to use your clinical expertise. You will also benefit from:
  • hourly pay rate incentives
  • guaranteed hours
  • competitive full-time benefits
  • flexible scheduling
  • opportunity to select from available shifts
  • availability of day and night shifts (must be able to work both)
  • strong team relationships
  • variety of locations
Stay in the area or venture out farther

Clinical Resource Team nurses are needed in all five of our Cincinnati hospitals. However, you can decide
where you’d like to work. Float to all five Cincinnati hospitals or float to three locations.

Full-time and part-time positions available for RNs with two+ years experience in these specialty areas:
  • CVU/CVICU/Medical/Surgical ICU
  • Progressive Care Unit

Contact us at, 513-981-4031, or apply on-line at Search “Clinical Resource Team.”

Residency Program

The Mercy Health New Graduate Nurse Residency Program transitions new graduates from student to professional nurse. This one-year program helps new nurses develop effective clinical judgment and performance. Click here for more information on this exciting, career-accelerating program and here to access Frequently Asked Questions about the program.

LIFT Program

Mercy Health has partnered with ARJO/Diligent to implement the LIFT (Living Injury Free Together) Program that was developed to reduce injuries experienced by employees who regularly lift and move patients. The program also increases the safety of residents and patients by reducing the chance for falls or slips during a move. Two differentiating components of the LIFT Program are the equipment and the extensive training for staff.


eShift is a web-based shift scheduling system that allows designated staff to view their schedules and sign-up for open shifts at any of our locations. eShift offers 24-hour access via the Internet and provides the staff with the flexibility to work around other priorities in their lives.

Professional Recognition Program (PRP)

The purpose of the Nursing Professional Recognition Program (PRP) is to showcase clinical nurses’ accomplishments in relation to our Professional Practice Model. The Nursing PRP provides an opportunity for professional development, recognition for performance, and enhanced quality of patient care. The Nursing PRP emphasizes excellence in patient care as patient centered care is the primary goal. 


The PRP is a structured system to provide clinical nurses’ career advancement while remaining in the clinical setting, providing direct patient care. It is used to recognize professional excellence and differentiates levels of nursing expertise and contribution. The purpose of the clinical ladder is to:
  • Enhance, recognize and reward professional excellence among clinical nurses
  • Retain clinical nurses in direct patient care positions
  • Enhance clinical nurse employee satisfaction
  • Promote the Promise and Mission throughout Mercy Health System
  • Enhance nursing care by recognizing and utilizing nursing expertise in the care of Mercy Health patients

Job Shadowing

Mercy Health partners with the Greater Cincinnati Health Council (GCHC) in offering job shadowing experiences at our facilities. The GCHC holds a Job Shadowing Orientation Program regularly. Once the orientation is completed, individuals have the opportunity to job shadow. To learn more about the program, please visit the GCHC website at or call 513-531-0200.

The RISEN Program for Caregivers and Employees

Through the RISEN Program you can learn more about the spirituality of patient care, relationships with colleagues and your own spirituality. We hope you will:
  • develop an understanding of yourself
  • gain greater satisfaction in your work
  • grow from the relationships you develop with other healthcare providers
  • heal from personal distress
  • reduce your stress


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