Mission: The mission of Rush is to provide the best health care for the individuals and diverse communities we serve through the integration of outstanding patient care, education, research and community partnerships.
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At Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois, you’ll find high-tech and high-touch in perfect harmony – an approach to patient care that has made us a destination for clinicians, professionals and leaders nationwide. You won’t just find a career – you’ll discover a culture and experience that’s earned us national recognition. We’re committed to leading a new era of medicine and innovation in the delivery of patient-centered care.
As part of our team, you’ll discover why our unique combination of research and patient care has earned us national ranking by U.S. News & World Report as well as an ANCC Magnet™ nursing excellence designation for the third consecutive time. Our staff demonstrate an unwavering commitment to patient care, consistently performing at a level that is extraordinary.
Join us and experience a career the way it should be.
Rush is a not-for-profit health care, education and research enterprise comprising Rush University Medical Center, Rush University, Rush Oak Park Hospital and Rush Health.
Rush University Medical Center is our academic medical center that includes a 671-bed hospital serving adults and children, the 61-bed Johnston R. Bowman Health Center and Rush University.
Rush Oak Park Hospital is our community hospital located just seven miles west of our Chicago campus in Oak Park, Illinois. Rush Oak Park Hospital offers numerous specialties of care, some of which are provided by specialists from Rush University Medical Center.
Rush University shares the Medical Center’s campus, and is home to one of the first medical colleges in the Midwest and one of the nation's top-ranked nursing colleges, as well as graduate programs in allied health, health systems management and biomedical research. The Medical Center also offers more than 70 highly selective residency and fellowship programs in medical and surgical specialties and subspecialties. Explore a virtual tour of Rush University.
Rush Health is a clinically integrated network of health care providers — primarily hospitals and physicians — whose members work together to improve quality of health care.
For more than 170 years, Rush has been leading the way in developing innovative and often life-saving treatments. Today, Rush is a thriving center for basic and clinical research, with physicians and scientists involved in hundreds of research projects developing and testing the effectiveness and safety of new therapies and medical devices.
In addition to its mission in patient care, education and research, Rush maintains a strong commitment to the community. Rush reaches out to the Chicago community through such offerings as the Rush Community Services Initiatives Program, an umbrella for several student-led outreach programs designed to address the social and health care needs of residents in neighboring communities.
Larry J. Goodman, MD, is president and CEO of Rush University Medical Center. Dr. Goodman also serves as president of Rush University, as a principal officer of the Rush Board of Trustees, and as CEO and chairman of the board of the Rush System for Health.
Ours is a unique working experience where the collaboration among our people creates a whole team that is greater than the sum of its parts. Our philosophy is rooted in our core values of Innovation, Collaboration, Accountability, Respect and Excellence. These values are the true source of our inspiration, as we create a workplace that is focused on making the best decisions for our patients. Watch as one of our RN staff describes the care she provides her patients.
Diversity at Rush
Since opening our doors in 1837, inclusion has been at the center of our work - for our patients, for our staff, and for our community. In addition to an illustrious history of medical firsts, we have been at the forefront of policies that truly make a difference in the lives of the people who work here. For over three decades, the Rush approach to equal opportunity and diversity has not wavered. It is that equal opportunity and diversity in employment, education and the delivery of health care are essential and must be furthered. We invite you to explore Rush University Medical Center's commitment to diversity, equal opportunity and inclusiveness.
Veterans at Rush
At Rush University Medical Center, we're here to help veterans and their families transition from military to civilian life. We want veterans to feel our support and find the tools they need to succeed. To complete this mission, we're working in collaboration with government agencies and the business community to give back to the veterans returning home from service. In 2014, Rush opened The Road Home Program, The Center for Veterans and their Families dedicated to supporting veterans and their loved ones facing the challenges of life after deployment. Learn more about how Rush supports veterans.
We encourage and support our employees to be healthy, secure and happy in their careers and in their lives.
At Rush, we offer a full range of employee benefits including:
Full-time employees are eligible for tuition assistance up to $5,000.00 per calendar year. Part-time benefit employees are eligible for up $2,500.00 per calendar year
This covers a course or training program that does not lead to a degree but supports current and future career skills. All full-time and part-time benefits eligible permanent employees are eligible for tuition reimbursement - up to $500 per fiscal year for part-time and up to $1,000 per fiscal year for full-time.
All full-time employees are eligible for prepaid tuition up to 9 credit hours per quarter. Part-time benefits eligible employees are eligible for prepaid tuition up to 6 credit hours per quarter. This prepaid tuition is for any degree program at the Rush College of Nursing or Rush University.
The spouse/partner or a child of any full-time employee is eligible to receive prepaid tuition on up to 9 credit hours in any degree program at the Rush College of Nursing or at Rush University.
One of the most effective educational best practice programs at Rush is the Linking Education and Performance (LEAP) program which provides free educational classes such as management training programs and computer training classes to improve skills and performance.
Careers in Nursing
Rush Nursing is proud of a long history of inter-professional collaboration and practice autonomy. Today we continue to serve as the leader for change in nursing practice and transformation of health care, and enjoy a shared governance model that gives nurses a powerful voice. Our staff and leaders are on the frontline of our efforts to provide quality care, receiving ANCC® Magnet designation three consecutive times for making outstanding nursing care the standard. We offer a variety of career opportunities that allow for growth and development, enhanced by ongoing education through Rush University and its top-ranked College of Nursing.
Why join the nursing team at Rush?
Professional Nursing Staff (PNS)
At Rush, the Professional Nursing Staff is our shared governance model, which gives clinical nurses a voice in determining nursing practice, standards and quality of care.
This model, implemented in 1983, reflects the high professional stature of nurses at the hospital.
The advantages of shared governance are twofold:
The purpose and mission of Professional Nursing Staff (PNS) is:
Careers in Allied Health and Research
In Rush’s Allied Health and Research areas, there’s one key word that has significant meaning – hope. From helping a patient have a voice in life again to discovering new treatments in medicine, you’ll experience the strength in accomplishment. It’s the result of your skills and a culture that’s undeniably passionate about growth.
We offer rewarding careers in a number of areas including:
Research is thriving at Rush University Medical Center, where investigators are involved in numerous clinical studies to test the effectiveness and safety of new therapies, medical devices and procedures. Explore Research at Rush.
Additional Career Opportunities at Rush
At Rush, the heart of our mission is to provide outstanding, industry-leading patient care. But it takes more than our nurses, doctors and medical professionals. Being a nationally recognized health care organization requires planning, vision and direction. It also requires the dedication of those behind the scenes to keep our facilities operating at their absolute best.
We offer rewarding careers in a number of areas including:
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I have been working at Rush University Medical Center full-time (More than 5 years)
Magnet hospital, shared governance, competitive salary, a lot of effort towards work life balance
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Rush University Medical Center (Chicago, IL) in June 2016.
The interview process was long, but at the end of it I really felt like I had a good sense of who I would be working with and what the duties of the job entailed. I believe this is unique, as I often found myself being offered positions in which I had maybe met two or three people I would be working with/for and never felt completely comfortable accepting the position without more information/Face time with other employees. The interview process started with an online application followed by a phone interview. After the phone interview HR contacted me to set up an in person interview. First in person interview lasted all day and I met 10-15 different people for 30 minute interview slots. Then, I was contacted by the manager of the department to set up a second interview with people in leadership positions and a few other department members. A few days after, I received a phone call from HR offering me the position. The whole process took 1 month from online application to offer. Interview was professional yet casual feel with maybe a handful of typical interview questions, but most of all it was just a conversation about the position and an opportunity for the department to get to know you.
Felt it was a very competitive offer and did not try to negotiate.