TYLER — UT Health East Texas is offering walk-in nursing interviews on Thursdays during the month of September, with $10,000 sign-on bonuses for qualified candidates.
“Walk-in Thursdays” offer experienced RNs the opportunity to meet hiring managers on Thursdays through the end of September (Sept. 12, 19 and 26). Offers may be made on the spot and qualified nurses are eligible for a $10,000 sign-on bonus. Interested nurses who have at least six months of bedside care experience are invited to learn more by coming to the main lobby at the UT Health Tyler, 1000 Beckham Ave., between 1 to 4 p.m. on Thursdays in September.
“There is a nursing shortage across the nation and East Texas is seeing the effects just like everyone else. That’s why we’re proactively taking steps to connect with experienced nurses who are ready for a change to let them know about all the great things we have to offer at UT Health East Texas,” said Lisa Thurmon, director of talent acquisition for UT Health East Texas. “We offer a comprehensive health system within a small town atmosphere, flexible scheduling and a great and growing team.”
About UT Health East Texas
UT Health East Texas provides care to thousands of patients each year through an extensive regional network that includes 10 hospitals, more than 50 clinics, the Olympic Plaza Tower, 13 regional rehabilitation facilities, two freestanding emergency centers, regional home health services covering 41 counties, an EMS fleet of more than 50 ambulances and four helicopters, and a comprehensive seven-trauma center care network, including the region’s only Level 1 trauma facility.
As a partner with The University of Texas System, UT Health East Texas is uniquely positioned to provide patients with access to leading-edge research and clinical therapies while training and educating the next generation of physicians and other health professionals. The nationally recognized UT System also includes UT MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, as well as three other major university medical centers located throughout the state.