Highlighted Nursing Jobs
Positions with 40 hours per week or greater.
Positions with fewer than 40 hours per week.
$7,500 bonus available for select critical care and ED nursing positions.
$7,500 bonus available for select inpatient nursing positions.
"The staff here has a say in how they perform their jobs. It's amazing to hear the collaboration, the communication and the respect among our staff."
The LMC Difference
Our culture and benefits enhance our employees' lives, both at work and at home. You can see why when our nurses join LMC, they stay here.
- Benefits Start Day One
- Free Preventive Care
- New Nurse Residency Program
- Doctors and Nurses Shared Leadership
- In-House Promotions and Recruiting
- No Traveling Nurses
Be a Nurse at Lexington Medical Center
Nurses at Lexington Medical Center are a vital part of everything
we do. Our nurses partner with physicians to ensure the very best
care is provided to our patients. Working in a shared governance
environment our nurses play an active role in the leadership of the
Lexington Medical Center provides nurses with a healthy, positive
work environment that allows them to provide exceptional care
and allows them to have fulfilling careers. We offer a multitude of
opportunities for professional growth and development
appropriate for the student nurse, newly graduated nurse and the
With a variety of care settings available at
Lexington Medical Center nurses are able to select roles and
positions that allow them to successfully blend their professional
and personal lives.
No matter what your experience level is as a nurse, we are
committed to working with you to enhance your career and
Lexington Medical Center is growing at a steady rate. Even with
rapid growth we have been able to recruit and retain our own
nurses and have not used any traveler or agency nurses in over 10
Each year for the past 12 year our nurses have participated in a
national Nurse Satisfaction Survey. Last year 88% of eligible nurses
participated in the survey process. A wealth of information is
gathered annually and is used to ensure we maintain a positive,
healthy work environment that meets the needs of our nurses.
Findings from the last survey revealed once again that our nurses
are "highly satisfied" with overall job enjoyment at Lexington
Nurses at Lexington Medical Center lead and participate in a
variety of committees to share opportunities for improvement and
to develop and implement measures that allow the nurse to
practice at their highest level.
We encourage our nurses to bring forward unique and innovative
ideas to support strategic nursing goals which allow us to
continually improve the care we provide to our patients. Several
great ideas have come from new nurses to Lexington Medical
Our formal shared governance structure consists of Unit Based
Practice Committees, Practice Council and Nursing Leadership
Committee. Staff nurses from across the hospital participate in
these committees and therefore have a strong voice in how we
provide nursing care within the organization.
Continual Learning / Professional Development
Whether you are a student nurse, newly graduated nurse or a
seasoned nurse, Lexington Medical Center offers a multitude of
opportunities for your professional growth and development. Our
Center for Best Practice continually offers educational programs
so our nurses can stay abreast of best practices.
We value your experience, education and attainment of national
nursing certification. As such, eligible nurses receive pay
differentials based upon these attributes. Nurses who hold a
national nursing certification also are allotted monies each year for
the ongoing continuing education activities and professional
We are pleased to offer our nurses tuition reimbursement and
access to BSN and MSN scholarships. We want to support our
nurses as they pursue additional nursing degrees.
Newly graduated nurses have the opportunity to participate in our
nurse residency programs. These programs provide a safe and
supportive environment for the new graduate nurse to further
develop their skills during the first year in the nursing profession.