St. Luke's Hospital is a 493-bed regional hospital in Chesterfield, Missouri with an atmosphere supportive of a professional nursing career.
St. Luke's has a distinguished reputation in specialty areas, such as cardiology, emergency medicine, general surgery, neurosurgery and obstetrics/gynecology. St. Luke's Institute for Health Education is a leader in community education and wellness programs.
St. Luke's recognizes and appreciates the contributions of nurses to quality healthcare. Head nurses help establish policies based on input from all of their staffs.
Graduate nurses receive orientation through Medical/Surgical and Critical Care Internships. Seminars and in-service programs presented by St. Luke's Department of Education serve to keep nurses up to date in the rapidly advancing world of medicine. St. Luke's also believes that flexibility is important. Cross-training extends the opportunity to learn more than one area of nursing.
Consider these additional ways in which St. Luke's helps nurses transition into their new roles.