Mission: Cedars-Sinai Health System is committed to:
- Leadership &excellence in delivering quality healthcare services.
- Expanding the horizons of medical knowledge through biomedical research.
- Educating ...
We welcome current Nurses and those interested in the Nursing profession to join us for a Virtual Career Week for Nurses at Cedars-Sinai. Learn how you can make a difference as a nurse for our communities.
From Jan. 22 through 26 we’ll be staffing Facebook Messenger to answer questions about your nursing career options at Cedars-Sinai.
Playful murals are bringing the powerful healing potential of art to kids at Cedars-Sinai.
The project fits in with Cedars-Sinai’s tradition of incorporating art into the healing process. The medical center is home to more than 4,000 paintings, sculptures, photos, drawings, and lithographs.
Many people who are drawn to Cedars-Sinai because of its reputation, excellence and service mission continue working here for many years. In every area of the Medical Center and at every level, you will find people who have committed years of service to Cedars-Sinai. Many factors make working at Cedars-Sinai attractive and fulfilling. They include:
Advancement. The size and growth of the organization creates opportunities for career growth and enrichment
Diversity of experience. The vast range of medical, research, technological and educational activities at Cedars-Sinai allows staff members to use their skills and gain new ones in varied areas of service
Training and development. Being able to enhance skills or learn new ones allows Cedars-Sinai employees to excel in their work and experience greater satisfaction
Challenge. Always seeking better techniques and tools for healing, Cedars-Sinai offers team members the chance to be part of the experience and satisfaction of promoting patient health
Outstanding benefits. Because each one of Cedars-Sinai's employees contributes to our philosophy of providing the highest quality healthcare, Cedars-Sinai offers a generous benefits package. We offer you the choice between two retirement plans that will best suit your needs
Appreciation and recognition. Placing a high value on employees' role in achieving the goals of Cedars-Sinai, hospital executives and directors are open to staff members' suggestions and requests for improvements to the system
Camaraderie. Despite its size, Cedars-Sinai offers a small community atmosphere within individual departments
Pride. Working for Cedars-Sinai means being part of an organization that is known around the world for the quality of its care and its innovations to the practice of medicine.
Cedars-Sinai is an Equal Opportunity Employer that welcomes and encourages diversity in the workplace.
Our nurses bring everything they have to provide the highest caliber of care to our patients. It’s because of their compassion, expertise and dedication that we’ve achieved our fourth Magnet recognition for nursing excellence, making us one of only 12 hospitals worldwide to receive this designation four times.
As a nurse at Cedars-Sinai, you’ll find that we strongly encourage and support your personal and professional growth. Through our learning programs, tuition reimbursement and performance-improvement projects, you can achieve additional certifications and degrees while gaining the knowledge and experience needed to advance your nursing career.
In addition to working alongside some of the most talented professionals in the industry, our nurses gain exposure to innovative research and technology that are leading the way in medical advancements. Our experts are continuously on the forefront of medical breakthroughs and are saving lives every day — from leading clinical trials for aortic valve replacement to developing a test to diagnose irritable bowel syndrome.
As a healthcare professional at Cedars-Sinai, you’ll find a culture that values education and supports your personal and professional growth. Our learning programs, tuition reimbursement and performance-improvement projects give our employees the chance to achieve additional certifications and degrees while working with us and gaining the knowledge and experience they need to grow.
We also believe in giving all of our employees a voice. Through our shared governance model, we ensure that your voice is heard. Our unit practice councils include our MD-RN committee and enable our nursing staff, physicians and management to work together to improve quality, service and overall performance. Our inclusive and collaborative culture is a driving force behind the outstanding care we provide and our successful patient outcomes.
Our talented doctors, nurses and staff reflect the culturally and ethnically diverse community we serve. They are proof of our commitment to creating a dynamic, inclusive environment that fuels innovation and the gold standard of patient care we strive for.
Since 1985, the goal of Cedars-Sinai Work and Life Matters has been to provide the best employee assistance program. We work to establish lasting partnerships with client organizations by providing comprehensive, fully integrated work-life services designed to help employees and their partners and dependents. We address and help resolve work-related and personal concerns that run the spectrum of life events and issues. Accolades for Work and Life Matters include:
At Cedars-Sinai, we take pride in hiring the best, most passionate professionals, and we are committed to creating a dynamic, inclusive environment that fuels growth and innovation.
As a Military Veteran, you’ve given everything you have to serve our country. You’ve devoted every ounce of your heart to protecting others. You’ve proven yourself through hard work and dedication. You belong at Cedars-Sinai.
I have been working at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center full-time (More than 10 years)
Great benefits, adequate staffing, some departments run very nicely w/ a family atmosphere, much support for furthering education. Most patients love this place. Very fiscally sound which provides for an extra layer of job protection. Active in community support. Research and state of the art healthcare.
Upper management out of touch w/ needs of many staff members. Serious lack of work/ life balance. Almost impossible to get part time jobs and they cater to the doctors to the point of negatively affected patient care in some instances. No union. Too much push on seasoned RN’s to further education. Their most important goal is doing whatever it takes to maintain Magnet Status (poll your friends who aren’t in healthcare and ask if they know what Magnet status is- appears the general community has no idea/ doesn’t care. I polled well educated people and they were clueless so I’m not sure why hospitals find this to be a marketing tool.
Advice to Management
Great job on keeping a loyal and happy patient base and on benefits provided to employees. Severe lack of work-life balance opportunities (almost impossible to get PT or Per Diem jobs). Way, way too much catering to MD’s to the point of affecting patient care in some situations. Need to find true help for your employees housing needs as it’s become entirely too expensive to live within 15 miles or so of the hospital. Although you do provide excellent benefits for employees to further their education the emphasis of RN’s having a BSN or greater should really be targeted to Nurses who are relatively younger/ less experienced. Those of us who have been in the field for 20+ years are driven crazy by this push- seems only fair that w/ this much experience one should just be “Grandfathered in” and let us do our expert work (many of us are of course are older which comes w/ it’s set of challenges such as not as much energy to go around and health problems/ family obligations)- this makes going back to school extremely difficult or downright impossible for some.
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
This was one of the strangest interviews I have ever been on. I came in 30 minutes before my scheduled interviewer, and they were already looking for me in the hallways asking if I had arrived. I was greeted by two people for the interview, and they began the interview right away. One individual did all of the talking and interviewing. While I was answering one of the questions that he had asked me, the interviewer pulled out his cellphone and talked on the phone. The other individual seemed disinterested since even before the interview started. She shook my hands at our greeting very flimsily, no grip at all. I was highly concerned for her to the point that I wanted to ask if everything was alright. It must have been an off day for these two individuals.