Nursing Careers

​​​​​​​A place where nurses thrive

At Prisma Health, each of our nurses brings their own unique characteristics to their jobs. But what binds us together is our common commitment to Inspire health. Serve with compassion. Be the difference.​​​​​

RN sign-on bonus currently available

Now is the perfect time to join Prisma Health if you are an experienced RN with a minimum of 1-year acute care experience and licensed in South Carolina! We offer up to a $30,000 sign-on bonus for eligible full-time positions and $10,000 for part-time positions (minimum of 20 hours per week). Prisma Health requires a one-year commitment (we're confident you're going to love working here). We also offer relocation assistance!
"Nursing is my calling, and I am forever grateful for the opportunity I have at Prisma Health to make a positive impact on others”

"My nursing skills are being nurtured and further developed in an environment where teamwork is important and success is a common goal.”

"Being a nurse at Prisma Health is great because of the many opportunities for leadership development. Since coming to Prisma Health, I have been mentored by those in leadership roles; and as I have learned the essential components of leadership, I have been granted additional opportunity and responsibility within the hospital.”

"Being a nurse at Prisma Health is great because I love having the opportunity to provide bedside care and work closely with our interdisciplinary team to ensure excellent care for our patients.”

"I am honored to be a Prisma Health nurse. Our organization’s commitment to Inspire health. Serve with compassion. Be the difference. aligns with my personal commitment to make a
difference in this world. I am proud to lead this team of nurses
who bring our purpose statement to life for every patient we
have the privilege to serve. They inspire me.”

Carolyn Swinton, SVP Chief Nursing Officer

Professional Practice Models (PPM)

Prisma Health Nursing practice is guided by Professional Practice Models (PPM) that depict how nurses practice, collaborate, communicate and develop professionally. These models are designed to support their control over the delivery of nursing care and the environment in which that care is delivered and are centered on the caring relationship between nurses and patients.