GREAT PATIENT CARE BEGINS WITH SUPERIOR NURSES.
For 90 years, our nurses have been the lifeblood of St. John Health System, embodying our mission of medical excellence and compassionate care.
As healthcare changes, so do the needs of nursing professionals. St. John nurses enjoy many benefits and programs including flexible scheduling, a clinical ladder and paid onsite certification courses. St. John nurses share leadership responsibilities in a collaborative and professional environment.
St. John Medical Center was awarded Magnet® designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center in 2010 and redisgnated in 2015. Magnet designation is nationally recognized as the gold standard in nursing excellence. St. John Medical Center is the first and only Magnet®-designated facility in northeast Oklahoma.
Learn more about St. John Medical Center awards and recognition.
Professional Development Opportunities
St. John nurses enjoy a variety of professional development opportunities, such as an award-winning residency program, job shadow program, unit based councils and support from dedicated clinical instructors.
We support and encourage fundamental and continued nursing education. Benefit programs include tuition reimbursement and scholarships for nursing students and current employees, an externship program and extensive orientation plan.
St. John knows we can provide better health when we’re using the best tools. Our innovative use of technology and protocols are nationally recognized. Our three adult ICUs offer the latest in design and technology. Rooms are specially equipped to cater to the needs of bariatric and dialysis patients. The “pod” design promotes continuous monitoring of the critically ill. Cutting edge technologies include the Vocera Communication Systems and an LED patient-tracking screen.