Stanford receives national recognition from the American College of Surgeons (ACS) for achieving meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care. SHC achieved this distinction based on its outstanding composite quality score related to patient management.
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Stanford Health Care, with multiple facilities throughout the Bay Area, is internationally renowned for leading edge and coordinated care in cancer care, neurosciences, cardiovascular medicine, surgery, organ transplant, medicine specialties, and primary care. Throughout its history, Stanford has been at the forefront of discovery and innovation, as researchers and clinicians work together to improve health, alleviate suffering, and translate medical breakthroughs into better ways to deliver patient care. Stanford Health Care: Healing humanity through science and compassion, one patient at a time.
At Stanford Health Care, your career is supported within a distinctive hospital culture. This environment compliments the pioneering, collaborative atmosphere that has earned us our worldwide reputation for excellence.
Welcome to a community of caregivers that believes in giving their best, every time. When you join Stanford Health Care, your contributions make an impact on so many levels. As both an organization and individuals, we are uniquely committed to the C-I-CARE philosophy, emphasizing our shared commitment to respect, courtesy and a true personal connection to every person we serve. It’s what sets us apart and drives us forward as health care professionals. C-I-CARE instructs us to:
At Stanford Health Care, your outstanding work deserves outstanding rewards. We offer compensation and benefits that include:
I worked at Stanford Health Care full-time (More than a year)
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I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Stanford Health Care.
There were two phone interviews, one brief one with HR and then an extended one hour phone call with the unit manager. Following this, I interviewed almost two hours in person with the manager, two assistant managers, and a floor nurse. The standard interview questions are tiring and laborious. To prepare, think of specific events that you can use to tell about your RN experiences.