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Careers

  • Make a positive impact on your life and the lives of others.

    Work in an environment focused on quality, teamwork and continuous learning with a nursing career at Presbyterian.

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  • Together for Health

    Presbyterian Healthcare Services envisions a healthy New Mexico. Learn more about the priority health issues facing each of our communities identified in our most recent Community Health Assessment.

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  • What's Happening at Presbyterian

    Find out about the newest staff and the latest technology, and all the other happenings at Presbyterian.

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A Culture of Caring

​Whatever stage you’re at in your career, Presbyterian provides you with the tools and information you need to excel professionally, including Graduate Nurse Orientation Residency or Specialty Residency programs and a nursing orientation program for those just beginning with us. Be sure to explore all the helpful resources offered here, from a look at how we honor our nurses to information about where we practice across New Mexico.

Welcome from our Chief Nursing Officer

Welcome to Presbyterian Healthcare Services and thank you for exploring the possibility of joining our wonderful nursing community. At Presbyterian, we offer a wide-range of opportunities, including acute care/ inpatient settings at one of our eight hospitals in either urban or rural settings to ambulatory care, care management, home care or hospice care. We offer a variety of specialties, programs and practice settings for licensed practical nurses, new graduate nurses, registered nurses, certified nurse midwives and nurse practitioners.

Presbyterian delivers care or coverage to one in three New Mexicans. Whether you’re just starting your career in nursing or bringing your experience with you, we have many opportunities to share your passion and your skills in helping us improve health and health care in New Mexico.

We take great care of our patients and are committed to fostering an environment focused on quality, teamwork, education and professional development.

Our nurses tell us they come to work for the patients and they value the great care they provide. Our nurses tell us their work is meaningful; they love their co-workers and respect and appreciate their management teams.

At Presbyterian, we listen. Our employees have a voice in improving their daily work environment. We encourage professional and personal growth within our organization. We promote creativity and individualized patient care for the best outcomes. And we have wonderful interdisciplinary colleagues who help round out our exceptional patient care.

Professional nursing at Presbyterian embodies the best of our past and brightest of our future. Today, we stand proudly on a foundation built by nurses for more than 100 years. We look toward the future with great anticipation. From our humble beginning as a four-room cottage to becoming the largest health care organization in New Mexico, our commitment to improving the health of the communities we serve is unwavering. Isn’t that why you became a nurse?

Presbyterian is constantly changing and growing to meet the needs of our patients, members and the communities we serve. We are dedicated to ensuring that you have the best possible health care system in which to practice – today and for the next 100 years. I hope you’ll consider becoming one of the remarkable nurses who work for Presbyterian Healthcare Services.

Sincerely,

Carolyn Green, RN BSN MBA
Chief Nursing Officer, Presbyterian Delivery System