Nestled in Virginia’s beautiful Shenandoah Valley, Augusta Health is among the finest community hospitals in America. Our patients receive an exceptional level of care, reassured that their loved ones and visitors have many amenities available within the hospital so they can all be comfortable while staying close during difficult times.

Augusta Health opened in 1994 to continue a tradition of personalized care with small-town hospitality that began more than 50 years ago with predecessor hospitals in Staunton and Waynesboro, Virginia. Today, our highly trained physicians and staff use state-of-the-art technology to provide superlative care with warmth and compassion.

If you are a dedicated healthcare professional, you will find exciting career opportunities at Augusta Health. If you are a resident of Augusta County or surrounding areas, you can benefit from a variety of programs we host to promote good health in the communities we serve.

 

Augusta Health Fishersville, VA, USA
The RN Residency is an evidence based transition to practice program designed for the recent graduate of an RN program or an RN with less than one year of experience. We know the transition from a nursing student to professional nurse is challenging and the Residency program is designed to facilitate the transition from the classroom to the clinical environment. Our program includes collaboration with a unit specific preceptor and clinical nurse educators, and provides support and resources to facilitate educational and professional growth. Placement in each unit will be determined based upon the hospital's current needs and assessed monthly.  Possible placement opportunities include:  Clinical Resource Team,   Medical, Progressive Care Unit, Inpatient Surgical, Behavioral Health, Maternal/Child, Perioperative, Post-Anesthesia Care, Intensive Care Unit, Home Health, Hospice, Skilled Nursing/Rehab, Emergency Department, and Outpatient...

Augusta Health Fishersville, VA, USA
The RN Residency is an evidence based transition to practice program designed for the recent graduate of an RN program or an RN with less than one year of experience. We know the transition from a nursing student to professional nurse is challenging and the Residency program is designed to facilitate the transition from the classroom to the clinical environment. Our program includes collaboration with a unit specific preceptor and clinical nurse educators, and provides support and resources to facilitate educational and professional growth. Placement in each unit will be determined based upon the hospital's current needs and assessed monthly.  Possible placement opportunities include:  Float Pool,   Medical, Progressive Care Unit, Inpatient Surgical, Behavioral Health, Maternal/Child, Perioperative, Post-Anesthesia Care, Intensive Care Unit, Home Health, Hospice, Skilled Nursing/Rehab, Emergency Department, and Outpatient...