Nurses Need Care Too

Medical City is dedicated to helping our nurses be the best, which in turn enables them to provide unsurpassed care to our patients.

If you’re thinking about applying, you’ll be interested to know that Medical City was the first hospital in North Texas to be recognized as a Magnet hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) for excellence in nursing care and is also part of an elite group to become Magnet redesignated. We think that speaks volumes as to the unique environment that Medical City has fostered for nurses to grow, learn, hone leadership skills and do what they do best—provide exceptional patient care.

Medical City Nurses are Empowered

Whether you’re driven to research, expanding your education, process improvement or serving on leadership committees Medical City’s nurses are challenged with opportunities and respected for what they bring to their jobs:

  • Each member of nursing services has an individual responsibility to pursue professional growth and development in order to maintain and advance knowledge, skills and competency for exemplary professional practice.
  • Performance improvement activities provide necessary feedback and evaluation of services to promote improvement and innovation in patient care delivery. The actions of this process ensure the same level of care is provided to all patients with the same needs. Empirical outcomes are monitored for front line clinical decision making.
  • The facility has an obligation to provide clinical educational experiences for nursing and allied health students and to collaborate with instructors to impact curriculum development and graduate quality.
  • Each member of nursing services has an individual responsibility to promote service excellence with respect to our customers. Service excellence is integrated into and between all services, departments and staff in their interactions with all stakeholders.
  • Nursing leaders round on patients daily.
  • Nursing care is based on research (evidence) and literature.
  • Nursing will take the leadership role in responding to global issues in nursing and the changing healthcare marketplace in meeting the needs of our customers.
  • We have the responsibility to conserve resources and deliver care in a cost-effective manner.
  • We have the responsibility to share clinical expertise, provide consultation and to mentor so we may enhance patient care.
  • We have the responsibility to maintain high ethical standards and to promote the image of the professional nurse.

Lectures, links and continuing education courses are just a few of the resources available to help our nurses stay well ahead of the curve.

The Great 100 Nurses

Medical City Dallas is especially proud of the men and women recognized each year in “The Great 100 Nurses,” a tribute sponsored jointly by the Texas Nurses Association, the North Texas Organization of Nurse Executives and the North Central Organization of Nurse Executives. The award serves to recognize nurses “for their everyday heroism and excellence in care.”

Medical City is pleased to announce that seven of the hospital’s nurses received recognition in 2017 as DFW’s “The Great 100 Nurses.”

From Medical City Dallas, Hisayo Pelton, Rick Reddick, Jenna Taylor, Kara Eastom, Eric Rodriguez received the 2017 award. Kamela Lancaster, Emily Williams were recognized from Medical City Children's Hospital.

Nursing Services Annual Report

Medical City Healthcare releases an annual report that highlights the excellent care and compassion that our teams provide. With this annual report, we celebrate nursing at Medical City by reflecting on our accomplishments this past year and by continuing on our Magnet® journey. Additionally, we have the opportunity to rejoice in our commitment to making a difference in the lives of those we serve.