Our People, Our Patients, Our World
Madlyn Murrey, RN, MN
Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer
Dear Nursing Colleagues,
Our staff is our greatest expression of who we are as an organization – committed, caring and family-centered. Seattle Children’s nurses are experts in taking care of children and their families. The impact and success of nursing at Seattle Children’s is reflected in our many awards and honors, but most especially in our Magnet designation for excellence in nursing services.
As chief nurse, I take very seriously my role in guiding our institution and our nurses in fulfilling our mission and vision – indeed, our promise – to the community: To be the best children’s hospital. We are driven by evidence-based practice, cutting-edge treatments and efficient, cost-effective practices. We strive to provide the best, safest and most compassionate care for the children we are so privileged to serve. We also aspire to be global leaders in pediatric nursing care and practice.
Our Professional Practice Model
Our professional practice model, using the acronym CHILD, has five focal points:
Working at Seattle Children’s
To reach our goals, we are committed to recruiting and retaining the best nurses. We invite you to search our current job openings.
Seattle Children’s provides opportunities for our nurses to learn and grow in an innovative environment while being in full partnership with other providers on multidisciplinary teams. We support and engage our nursing staff with training and educational opportunities, state-of-the-art-facilities and equipment, shared governance and comprehensive benefits.
When hiring, we look for nurses who share our passion for family-centered care and who practice at the top of their profession. Whether you are a new nursing graduate eager to participate in our healing environment, or a seasoned professional committed to advancing the practice of nursing, we welcome your application.
Celebrating Our Nurses
Hope in Their Hands: Nurses at Seattle Children’s, Part 3 of 6
A Nurse’s Introduction to the PICU
Hope in Their Hands: Nurses at Seattle Children’s, Part 4 of 6