Seattle Children's serves as the primary pediatric referral center for the largest geographic area of any children's hospital in America.
Our programs are ranked among the nation's best by U.S. News & World Report magazine. We provide family-centered care, conduct leading-edge pediatric research and serve as an advocate for child health.
We invite you to join our team and help continue to make Children's a leading institution in pediatric health care.
If you have any questions, please contact Human Resources.
Seattle Children’s is an EEO Employer/Protected Vet/Disability.
Seattle Children’s is committed to a safe and drug-free workplace and requires a pre-employment drug screen and background check. The use of marijuana for medical purposes accompanied by a prescription, even if permitted by state law, will not be considered acceptable for purposes of explaining a positive lab test result for marijuana.
Awards and Recognition
Seattle Children’s is consistently ranked among the nation’s best children’s hospitals by U.S. News & World Report magazine.
In 2013, Seattle Children’s Hospital received a four-year re-designation as a Magnet hospital from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, sponsor of the Magnet Recognition Program. Magnet hospitals must apply for re-designation every four years and go through a rigorous on-site review to determine if they meet all criteria. Approximately 7% of hospitals nationally qualify for this prestigious award. Seattle Children’s Hospital continues to be the only children’s hospital in the Northwest to achieve Magnet recognition.
Seattle Children’s was named to Becker’s Hospital Review's list of 100 Great Places to Work in Healthcare in 2013. The organizations were chosen for their robust benefits packages, positive work environments, excellent employee recognition programs and opportunities for professional development and continuing education. Congratulations and thank you to everyone who makes Children’s a great place to work!
Academic Annual Report
Faculty at Seattle Children’s and the University of Washington School of Medicine are working to discover the cures of tomorrow. Read how our doctors and researchers are improving the practice of pediatric medicine: