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For Nurses

Our nurses are at the top of their profession, bringing you and your loved ones the highest level of care. When you receive care in our community hospitals, your home, hospice or our academic medical center, you can be sure that your Tufts Medicine nursing team will treat you with compassion and respect.

Nursing care you can trust

Whether you're having a baby, going through surgery or dealing with a long-term health issue, our nurses are by your side to help. We've got a team of dedicated professionals who work across different areas of the hospital to provide evidence-based care that's all about you and your family. Plus, we know that healthcare doesn't stop when you leave the hospital. That's why our nurses will be there to help you manage your medications, give you health tips and make sure you're doing well at home. We're your partners in health, and we're here to help you succeed.

We will support and advocate for you while you receive hospice, get a physical, stay in the hospital or feel lousy.

Care at Home's Rebecca Clementi, RN greets patient in their home during appointment.

Care at Home

We provide essential home health and hospice care in all the places patients call home.

Berthine Paul, RN using a stethoscope to listen to heart of sleep apnea patient in Med 5 room at Melrose Wakefield Hospital.

MelroseWakefield Hospital

As professional nurses, we practice autonomously with accountability and responsibility in managing and coordinating patient care. 

Cynthia McAndrew, RN is prepping cardiac cath lab patient before surgery with assistance from another nurse.

Lowell General Hospital

The American Nurses Credentialing Center has named Lowell General as a Magnet® Recognized Hospital for our positive work environment, innovation, nursing excellence and positive patient outcomes.

Two nurses in the Critical Care Unit reviewing data.

Tufts Medical Center

At Tufts Medical Center, our professional nurses work side-by-side with physicians and colleagues to provide a continuity of care that enhances patients’ outcomes.

Magnet Recognition for Excellence in Patient Care

Excellence in nursing

Tufts Medical Center and Lowell General Hospital are recognized by the ANCC Magnet Recognition Program® for excellence in nursing. Magnet® recognition is the highest and most prestigious credential a healthcare organization can achieve for nursing excellence and quality patient care. Magnet® recognition signals to nurses that the organization is committed to nursing.

Portrait of nurse Nadia Foureau standing at a computer station in the infusion center at Tufts Medical Center.

Nominate a nurse

Recognize a nurse for a DAISY Award to say 'thank you' to nurses by honoring the super-human work nurses do at the bedside every day, funding research and honoring nursing faculty.

Nominations can be submitted by patients, families, colleagues, physicians and other staff. The DAISY award is focused on the compassionate care and memorable moments nurses provide their patients and great clinical skill.


Nurses Jaclyn Rakauskas and Amanda Sullivan meeting in the hallway of Tufts Medical Center's surgical unit and reviewing information on a computer.

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You want to make people’s lives better — yours included — in a career that rewards, challenges and gives you opportunities for growth. Here, you’ll make an impact and build your career, supported by a community of brilliant, compassionate colleagues.

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