Children's Hospital Colorado

Opportunities for Experienced Nurses

At Children’s Hospital Colorado, experienced nurses provide holistic and culturally sensitive care that creates a healing experience for patients and families. We value them as integral members of the healthcare team.

Experienced nurses at Children’s Colorado: Why work with us?

Seasoned nurses in our pediatric healthcare network benefit from the following:

  • Magnet status
    In 2020, we received our fourth designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program®. This recognition applied to all our Denver Metro locations and the Briargate Outpatient Care Facility in Colorado Springs. Magnet status means we exceed national benchmarks for clinical performance, patient and family service and nurse satisfaction.
  • Decision-making power
    Children’s Colorado offers strong professional autonomy and a shared governance model. Here, experienced nurses can shape their team’s performance and environment in tangible ways. Learn about professional nursing practice at Children’s Colorado.
  • Focus on advocacy
    Our family-centered care model encourages nurses to advocate for their patients, families and profession. Nurses at Children’s Colorado treat families with dignity and respect. They are crucial for providing reassurance and guidance during challenging circumstances.
  • Professional development
    The Clinical Advancement Program (CAP) at Children’s Colorado offers the chance to grow professionally while providing clinical care for patients. Learn more about professional development opportunities for nurses.
  • Comprehensive benefits
    Our Pay and Benefits program supports team members and families with a wide range of benefits, many of which are uncommon to find at a healthcare employer. Learn more about Pay and Benefits.
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Apply to join our team

In most cases, experienced nurses must have a bachelor’s degree or higher in nursing. View our open positions and search for “Clinical Nurse II.”