Nursing at Banner Health

Better Than Ever for Nurses

When we make things better than ever for nurses at Banner Health, we make things better than ever for all of us. Nurses are the heartbeat of health care and we are committed to keeping our nurses’ hearts happy and healthy. We’re making the biggest investment ever in creating a better employment experience for our nursing team members. This means investing in the holistic health and happiness of our nurses—through better pay, better benefits, better opportunities and a better community.

At Banner Health, we take care of nurses. Nurses take care of everyone. 

What’s Better at Banner?

At Banner Health, we are more committed than ever to investing in our nurses with better pay, better benefits, better opportunities, better well-being, better flexibility, better experiences - better nursing

Nurses Pay
Better Pay

At Banner Health, we want to attract and retain the most capable, caring and compassionate nurses. This begins with excellent starting pay rates and accelerated wage growth opportunities, particularly for high-performing nurses. Learn more.

Nurses Benefits
Better Benefits

We take our nurses’ needs seriously. From health insurance and retirement plans to tuition assistance, unique well-being opportunities and discount programs, Banner Health offers a variety of benefit plans to help you and your family. Learn more

Nurses Opportunity
Better Opportunities

Banner Health offers one of the most comprehensive environments in which to learn, grow and practice nursing with many different kinds of positions, full- and part-time positions, opportunities in a variety of hospital and home care settings, travel nursing and more. Learn more

Nurses Community
Better Community

Join a nursing community that is committed to supporting one another and helping each other grow. At Banner, we celebrate our nurses, advocate for their well-being, encourage them to have a voice through our Professional Nursing Congress and other outlets and offer support through Diversity & Inclusion initiatives. Learn more

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Why Banner Health?

At Banner Health, advanced technology and advanced practice nursing come together to achieve the best patient care possible. By investing in leading-edge technology such as electronic medical records, remote intensive care monitoring and one of the nation's largest simulation learning centers, we give our people the tools they need to perform at their best.

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Nursing Opportunities

With more than 20 hospitals in six western states, Banner Health offers a plethora of nursing opportunities in a variety of clinical settings, including:

  • Registered nurses
  • Charge nurses
  • Clinical directors
  • Nursing educators
 
  • Nurse researchers
  • Travel nurses
  • Registry nurses

 

Learn about all of our nursing opportunities.

Find your future at Banner Health

Banner Health offers the widest choice of employment options to match your career and lifestyle needs. We offer full & part time positions, Registry through Banner Staffing Services and Banner Travel. You can move from one option to another as your needs change. Become part of our team today! 

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Our Nurses. Their Stories.

Our Banner Health nurses all have a story to tell and each one weaves into the tapestry that creates our larger, stronger community. Our staff come from different backgrounds to work in the same space and provide commitment to caring for patients and their families. 

Read testimonials from other Banner Health nurses

"The best part of being a Banner employee is the feeling of being part of a family. I feel very valued and well supported in every aspect of my career.”

Emily Dennis, RN

"Banner Health is a great place to work with excellent leadership always looking for ways to support you and help you grow."

Jesse Hattox, RN

"I am proud to be part of a hospital and program that is relentlessly improving and always striving to provide better care for patients."

Theresa Foster MS, RN

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