Nursing at University of Miami Hospital and Clinics
Nurses play a vital role in health care—assisting physicians, caring for patients, and helping advance medical science, all while handling myriad administrative duties.
At University of Miami Hospital and Clinics, nurses have wide-ranging opportunities to advance in their field, and to positively impact the hospital’s administration, clinical care, and research. In fact, CEO David Zambrana and many others in leadership positions at the hospital began their careers in nursing.
Nearly half of all University of Miami Hospital and Clinics nurses hold bachelor’s degrees in nursing. The numbers of those with master’s degrees and nursing practice or research doctorates are likewise significantly higher than the national average.
Nurse leaders play an influential role in guiding the hospital’s policies and development. In addition, the hospital serves a vital role in preparing tomorrow’s nurses in meeting urgent societal health care needs. It is a key training site for University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies B.S.N., master’s, and doctoral students.
University of Miami Hospital and Clinics is currently pursuing designation as a nursing magnet from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the ultimate credential for high-quality nursing. The Magnet Recognition Program recognizes high quality patient care, nursing excellence and innovations in professional nursing practice, such as can be found every single day at University of Miami Hospital and Clinics.