Healing, helping and comforting others is who you are. For more than 100 years, our nurses have worked as an integral part of the Los Angeles community to help deliver newborns to celebrate the completion of chemotherapy. For each of our patients’ big moments in life, our team was by their sides.
Earning Magnet status
This passion for care shows. Cedars-Sinai recently earned our fifth consecutive Magnet designation for nursing excellence, making us the hospital with the longest-running Magnet designation in the state of California.
Training more nurses
We treat diverse communities, each with unique needs. That’s why we’re focused on meeting the demand for specialty nurses. In The Geri and Richard Brawerman Nursing Institute, we provide clinical training for nurses and offer over 100 continuing education courses each year.
Treating depression in new ways
More than 6 years ago, we implemented one of the country’s first hospital-wide depression screening programs. Within 24 hours of admission, our nurses screened adult patients for symptoms. And we just extended this program to include postpartum depression screenings. Maternal Mental Health NOW, a local organization we partnered with, helped train nurses to spot signs of postpartum depression in new mothers and talk to them about ways to get help and treatment.
Are you just starting your career? Are you an experienced nurse looking for a new challenge? We have openings in areas you’re interested in.
Nurses on Staff
Learn more about nursing at Cedars-Sinai by exploring the areas below.
It's time to grow.
We’ll empower you to reach your highest levels of personal and professional development.
That’s why, in 2002, Cedars-Sinai founded the Geri and Richard Brawerman Nursing Institute to provide an educational platform for our nurses.
Our generous operational and endowed grant funds, allow us to offer financial assistance and free education programs to Cedars-Sinai employees, including advanced training for specialized roles such as nurse practitioner, clinical nurse specialist and certified midwife.
You can also get training in acute, critical, emergency and neonatal care, as well as nurse midwifery, oncology, operating room subspecialties and care for specific populations such as seniors and children.
The result is one of the most highly trained nursing workforces in the country. More than three-quarters of our direct-care nurses have a specialty certification, while eight out of 10 have a bachelor’s of science in nursing or a master’s degree.Learn More
Specializing in being the best.
As one of the nation’s top healthcare organizations and a Magnet designated facility, we offer an unmatched variety of challenging and rewarding nursing roles. These are just a few of the areas you can join us.
- Critical Care
- Operating Rooms and PACU
- Women's Health
What a place to start your career.
New-Graduate Registered Nurse Residency Program.
As part of our program for new nurses, you’ll be exposed to a variety of clinical experiences on medical and surgical units. It will expand your opportunities for hands-on clinical practice while advancing your decision-making and critical thinking skills. You’ll have strong peer support, educational opportunities, and one-to-one collaboration with an experienced preceptor.
Our new-graduate nurse programs start throughout the year. Before they start, we'll post positions on this career site. Before applying, make sure to have your California Registered Nurse license before the program begins.Learn More
Our float pool is all deep end.
As float-pool nurse, you’ll get exposure to many different disciplines while learning from dedicated healthcare professionals every day. Also, supporting multiple units not only expands your experience it also expands your earning potential. You’ll also serve as a collaborative consultant, sharing lessons across teams and helping to advance the practice of nursing. You’ll be a patient advocate, championing their rights while exceeding their expectations. Our float pool gives us flexibility to satisfy patient load and our patients benefit from your interdisciplinary experience.
You could work in any of these areas:
- Medical & Surgical, Telemetry and PCU
- Women's Services
- Neonatal Care, Pediatrics and PICU
- Emergency/Trauma Services