Seeking Licensed RNs
At Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC), we have an extraordinary team of nurses who support our mission by providing the highest quality of care and service to every patient who enters our doors. Our nursing team consists of over 1,100 Medical Center nurses and more than 120 Hospice nurses, with an average length of employment of 10 years. They enable us to see more than 26,000 inpatient cases and approximately 57,000 ER visits per year. While we work to provide the best level of care possible each day, we are also devoted to giving back to our community. We’ve formed strong partnerships with local organizations, businesses, and individuals to promote good health and disease prevention in addition to providing outreach, education, and clinical services to our community.
We are a team of extraordinary healthcare providers who are valued for our clinical skills, critical thinking, and the dedication and commitment we bring to patient care. Nurses collaborate with physicians and other members of the interdisciplinary team and support the organization’s mission by providing the highest quality nursing care to each patient.
Provides nursing care to patients undergoing a variety of both operative and diagnostic procedures including surgical services and invasive procedures.
Critical Care Inpatient
With five different units, GBMC’s critical care provides comprehensive medical and surgical care to our patients.
Medical / Surgical
Includes six inpatient units where nursing staff coordinates patient care in collaboration with physicians.
Maternal Newborn Health
In addition to the services provided in Labor & Delivery, we provide specialized care for high-risk pregnancies. GBMC’s Level II+ neonatal intensive care unit is one of seven such units statewide.
All Other Specialties
GBMC has a reputation for offering a breadth of services, supporting the healthcare needs of individuals and families, from birth through the senior years, and also offers several positions for nursing students who are interested in working in an acute care hospital.
Oncology Unit, 7 years of service