Hematology/Bone Marrow Transplant Nurses,
Grow your career with HCA Healthcare.

It has never been a better time for bone marrow transplant nurses to join us in our mission  "Above all else, we are committed to the care and improvement of human life."

At HCA Healthcare, we value our more than 81,000 nurses and the skill, knowledge and compassion they bring to our patients. Our new multi-year nursing strategic plan is an innovative approach that will impact nearly every aspect of HCA and drive value to patients, physicians and the enterprise – including nurses themselves.

The comprehensive cancer care experience in our blood and marrow transplant units affords a unique opportunity to expand your clinical skill set and allow for the provision of care across the care continuum. The care experience begins at diagnosis, evolves through to transplant, followed by post-transplant cares.

HCA uses its wide network of affiliates across the U.S. to offer career growth and specialization opportunities for bone marrow transplant RNs. Our transplant programs have a strong multidisciplinary team approach which facilitates patient centric care founded on evidenced based care practices. We're looking for experienced and new graduate nurses and BMT leaders at many of our locations across the U.S.

Apply for a Bone Marrow Transplant Nurse career today.

Nursing by the Numbers

eighty one thousand plus

affiliated nurses across the United States and the U.K.

forty two percent

of staff at HCA hospitals are nurses providing direct patient care

one thousand two hundred plus APRNs
More than six hundred

med-surg nurses obtained national certification through programs accredited by the American Board of Nursing Specialties

More than five thousand five hundred

nurses hold leadership positions at HCA hospitals

fifty plus

units named Units of Distinction in 2015 and 2016 by HCA’s internal med-surg and critical care unit recognition program

What makes Nursing at HCA different from other healthcare organizations?

Our nursing strategic plan was developed using insights from thousands of nurses at all levels across the organization. Through surveys, focus groups, professional practice councils and advisory boards, we listened to HCA nurses and heard what they care about most.

Advocacy and Leadership

Establishing leadership and governance structures that instill the voice of nurses at every level throughout the organization, creating a pipeline of talented nurses for future leadership roles, and investing in career development.

Increase Performance Visibility

Using data to identify best practices across all domains of nursing performance and encourage continuous improvement.

Consistency in Nursing Practice and Operations

Deploying practices, tools and technologies to improve patient outcomes and enable nurses to increase time at the bedside.

Leverage Scale to Drive Performance

Building shared services to bring the full strength and scale of HCA to areas that support nurses.