As part of the Nursing family at Blessing Health System, our RN’s are valued, supported, and empowered. Our nurses work in a tight-knit, team environment where they have the ability to collaborate with colleagues to provide the best care possible. Whether you are an experienced nurse or a recent graduate, we are hopeful you can find a home as a nurse at Blessing Health System.
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We offer a family oriented environment where you will be valued and supported from day one.
Our community, Quincy, Illinois, offers a small town feel with big city amenities.
We offer onsite child care to those with growing families
Being part of the Blessing Health System gives you access to career growth within our sister hospitals and physician services offices.
You'll have access to state-of-the-art equipment and cutting edge technology so you can provide the highest quality of care to your patients.
We recently opened the Moorman Pavilion where patients and employees alike are comfortable in a brand new, state of the art facility.
You will have direct impact on the well being of your patients.
We are committed to providing flexible scheduling options for all our nurses.
We are a tight-knit team and you'll form long lasting friendships with colleagues.
Access to tuition reimbursement and talent development opportunities keeps you at the top of your industry.
Blessing Hospital is proud to offer newly hired graduate nurses a nurse residency program. The UHC/AACN Nurse Residency Program (NRP) is the gold standard for nurse residency programs. NRP is build on an evidence-based curriculum and is a proven program, developed by experts from academic medical centers and schools of nursing across the country. It is designed to effectively support new graduate nurses as you transition into your first professional roles as caregivers in the patient care setting.
Penny Phillips, MS, RN-BC
217-223-8400, ext 4853
217-223-8400, ext 6850
Our nurse intern program provides students with a challenging and rewarding learning experiences. Through this 8 week experience, we pair interns with a mentor to help guide them through this program. Our intern program is open to students in their second year of an ADN program or students in their senior year of a diploma ar baccalaureate program.
Following general orientation our interns are assigned to a full-time registered professional nurse in one of our many departments.
"During my internship I felt like the department became my family. The leaders were amazing, and always jumped in to help." - Jessica, 2015 ODU intern
“My mentor was awesome and pushed me really hard. I was able to experience the whole process of organ donation which was really cool.” – Jason, Intermediate Care Unit
“The staff in CVU is extremely lively and energetic, and everyone was so willing to help me learn. It was really cool to have the opportunity to watch and open heart surgery. I didn’t think I would be interested in critical care, and after my experience in CVU, I realized that I really, really like it. I am going to miss everyone in the department so much.” - Leah, 2015 CVU intern
"During my internship in IMC I learned that night shifts are actually really busy. I gained a lot of technical skills. For instance, I have become very efficient at putting IV’s in patients. I also learned a lot that nursing school has not taught me, such as how to communicate with doctors and how to do medical requisitions.” – Bradley, 2015 IMC intern
"The 6400 department has a great crew, and they were great to work with. The internship was an awesome experience." - Kaylie, 2015 6400 intern