Tennova - Physicians Regional Medical Center

Located in East Tennessee, Tennova Healthcare has a rich history as a faith-based healthcare system. Tennova Healthcare continues to honor its longstanding mission to improve the health and well-being of our communities. Tennova’s Associates demonstrate the core values of compassion, excellence, human dignity, justice, service and caring for life every day at work and in the community.

Career choices:

  • Tennova promotes from within, providing you with opportunities to grow. We offer ongoing training so you can keep learning and stay current on new equipment and techniques.
  • Our extended new grad-mentoring (or preceptor) program averages eight to 10 weeks, longer than many other hospitals.
  • Tuition reimbursement is offered for advanced degrees. We'll provide flexible scheduling for you to continue your education.
  • You can grow and learn at Tennova, making this your career choice for life!

Personal life:

  • A sense of balance between you and your work is very important. At Tennova, we understand how important that balance is to you. So, we offer flexible scheduling with a variety of shifts.
  • For nurses, we offer off-shift hours, and pay incentives allow you to choose your work schedule. Evening or night shifts are particularly well suited for those with nighttime biorhythms.
  • We offer a two-day weekend alternative that frees your weekdays. For Associates with small children or for nurses returning to school, our 12-hour weekend shifts offer benefits and may suit your personal needs.
  • The teamwork developed at work can easily extend to personal friendships.

At Tennova Healthcare, we believe that nursing can be a very fulfilling career, particularly when you are able to make a real difference in a patient's life — it intrinsically affects your own life. We seek nurses who:

  • Listen to patients and understand what they need.
  • We can count on, because you're willing to do what it takes to care for a patient or support the nursing team.
  • Have good organization and communication skills. Being a critical thinker and problem solver are other key elements.
  • Excel at what they do. Some of our best nurses become mentors, showing new grads and the new nurses how to become caring, effective nurses, too.
  • Are alert and responsive to the needs of your patients, as well as the staff and nursing team.
  • Are detail oriented. Nursing requires paying attention to numerous details and prioritizing multiple tasks. We look for nurses who can manage effectively in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment.
  • Have strong written and verbal skills, and are effective communicators.