We know you've invested a lot in yourself, so we invest a lot in you. Nurses take pride in working at Main Line Health and benefit from leadership and growth opportunities provided by continuing education as well as on-the-job mentoring and professional guidance—all within a System Magnet® designated environment that rewards excellence in nursing care.

Explore our current opportunities

Internal candidates

Current Main Line Health employees interested in opportunities with another department can use this link to view our current employee postings.

Meet our Chief Nursing Officer

Elizabeth (Betty) Craig, DNP, RN, FACHE, serves as Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer for Main Line Health and brings numerous levels of progressive leadership throughout an impressive career.

Betty Craig leads and oversees nearly 3,000 nurses while cultivating the nursing education, nursing leadership and nursing research within the organization. She also shares responsibility for Safety, Quality, Equity and Affordability within the system while ensuring consistent standards of practice across the clinical setting. As a member of the executive team, she supports and facilitates a collaborative, interdisciplinary team approach to the delivery of care.

Continuing education and career development

Professional growth and advancement of our nursing staff is a priority at Main Line Health and our nurses are encouraged to further their knowledge and training, develop new skills, and keep abreast of all the rapid and dynamic changes taking place in the health care industry. As you develop new skills and experience, we offer many opportunities to take on greater responsibilities and move on to leadership and management roles.

Nursing professionals practice model

This is a performance model that demonstrates how much nurses are key partners in providing superior patient care through leadership, collaboration, best practices and professional growth.

Magnet® designation

We have received our second System Magnet® designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the nation's highest recognition of excellence in nursing care and exceptional multidisciplinary teamwork, awarded to only eight percent of hospitals in the nation.