The men and women of Main Line Health nursing make up one of the largest, most vital and most versatile components of Main Line Health's overall health care mix. Main Line Health nursing is a group of caring, dedicated professionals who provide superior patient care at four of the region's most respected acute-care hospitals—Lankenau Medical Center, Bryn Mawr, Paoli and Riddle—as well as Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital, one of the nation's premier facilities for rehabilitative medicine.
Main Line Health nurses foster partnerships with each other, physicians, multidisciplinary teams, patients, families and the greater community to yield excellent outcomes. Using evidence-based practice and conducting research, Main Line Health nurses elevate quality and patient safety in a dynamic work culture.
Our nursing vision
Main Line Health nursing is an innovative leader in collaborative, patient-centered care, dynamic work cultures, evidence-based practice and value-driven outcomes.
Professional. Caring. Attentive. Respectful. Collaborative. Highly-skilled. Experienced.
These are just few of the words that patients, physicians and peers regularly use to describe Main Line Health nurses.
Nurses at Main Line Health provide superior, patient-centered care that is beyond compare. We believe in putting the patient first. We listen. We counsel. We intercede on the patient's behalf. We orchestrate a wide variety of personalized services, all designed to maximize the patient's comfort, safety and well-being.
What distinguishes Main Line Health nurses is the degree of autonomy and accountability they exhibit. Our nurses are encouraged and expected to be proactive for their patients in an environment that encourages critical thinking and professional growth. In addition, our nurses have an exceptionally collaborative relationship with our physicians who, in turn, greatly depend upon our nurses' assessments and decision-making.
Main Line Health nurses exhibit leadership at all levels of the system as executives, managers, educators, staff nurses and nurse researchers. In fact, not one but two of our hospital presidents are nurses! And nurses at Main Line Health serve with distinction in all key clinical areas: med/surg, OR, ED, ICU, oncology, cath lab, PTC, NICU, FCMU, wound healing, endoscopy, interventional radiology and more.
Main Line Health is a great organization for nursing! We provide a safe, welcoming work environment with flexible works schedules and competitive compensation. What's more, we are committed to workplace diversity and encourage continuing education and career development.
It's no wonder our nurses have an average of 11 years of continued employment at Main Line Health… or why some nurses have been known to regularly commute up to 200 miles just to work here.
The following annual report highlights the accomplishments of Main Line Health’s exceptional team of nurses, technicians, unit secretaries and clerks, all of whom are truly the backbone of our organization. Each page demonstrates the commitment, tenacity and professionalism of our group of more than 2,900 nursing professionals who tirelessly work to provide superior care to our patients and community members.
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The role of inpatient rehab in your patient’s recovery
Learner will compare nursing interventions utilized for a variety of patients while in acute rehab.
Thursday, June 14, 2018 from 4:30–6:30 pm
Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital, Conference rooms 1–4
- 4:30–5:00 pm – Tours and snack
- 5:00–6:00 pm – Case study vignettes
- 6:00–6:30 pm – Tours and snack
Main Line Health is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses
To learn more about nursing at Main Line Health email us at NursingatMLH@mlhs.org. For more information about nursing opportunities at Main Line Health, including current openings please visit our careers page.