Dameron Hospital strives to be the employer of choice for associates and provides opportunities to remain with us as they grow their careers.
The engagement committee is focused on efforts to ensure that the organizational culture at Dameron Hospital reflects the mission and values of the organization and creates a great place to work.
Dameron Hospital has partnered with Adventist Health's Transition of Practice programs for acute care registered nurses that are interested in specializing in surgery, labor and delivery, emergency and critical care.
Continuing Education Unit (CEU) reimbursement is available for registered nurses based on accrued hours worked than can be cashed in for CEU or tuition reimbursement.
For registered nurses with less than 12 months of acute care experience, Dameron Hospital has partnered with Adventist Health in providing a new graduate residency program designed to offer comprehensive support during the transition from academia to professional practice. The program is designed to increase confidence and skills as participants move from new grad to professional RN by offering on the job training with feedback to boost skills and patient care expertise.
Dameron Hospital is committed to the Shared Governance Model and encourages every nurse to participate on their Unit Based Council to share their ideas to make our hospital a wonderful place to work that provides excellent patient care.
Each unit-based council sends representatives to the hospital-wide shared governance committee, who in turn sends representatives to the Adventist Health system-level shared governance committee, where they can work with distinguished nursing colleagues from California, Hawaii, and Oregon.
Dameron Hospital is committed to growing leaders through mentorship, promotion, and succession planning. Additionally, we continue the development of our leaders through quarterly Leadership Development Institute programs.