Located in Seattle, Washington, the "Emerald City" of the Pacific Northwest, Harborview Medical Center is part of University of Washington Medicine. University of Washington Medicine ranks ninth among America’s best hospitals according to U.S. News & World Report and is a Magnet Hospital for nursing. UW Medicine is ranked as top medical school for 13 consecutive years in training primary-care physicians and has top-ranked academic programs in family medicine and rural health.
UW Medicine’s Harborview Medical Center is a 413-bed regional trauma center and teaching hospital. Harborview has the only Level I adult and pediatric trauma center and regional burn center serving Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho. Harborview serves as disaster control center for King County and is the area’s designated White House receiving hospital.
Harborview’s Centers of Emphasis for neurosciences; trauma; burns; reconstruction and rehabilitation; the mentally ill and medically vulnerable; and AIDS/STD treatment provide leading-edge teaching, research, and clinical care for all patients.
In addition to its specialized service and research programs, Harborview offers outpatient specialty and primary care for adults and children in over 70 clinics, such as the Adult Medicine Clinic, SeniorCare Clinic, the Northwest Lipid Clinic and the International Medicine Clinic.
Nurses can enjoy working as part of the diverse team in a fast-paced, cutting-edge environment of Harborview Medical Center. Harborview’s dedicated nursing team collaborates with physicians, therapists and other healthcare professionals to deliver exceptional patient care. Nurses can also benefit from the support and encouragement of first-rate colleagues, in an environment where special talents and contributions are recognized and open communication and sharing new ideas are encouraged.
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