What does it take to be a nurse at The Brooklyn Hospital Center?
Our nurses provide services that span a continuum of care for residents of Brooklyn. Nurses play an integral role in TBHC’s multidisciplinary team approach to patient care. We look for nurses who embody the philosophy of TBHC and demonstrate our six standards of excellence and our mission. TBHC’s nurses are leaders and innovators, with a dedication to the community. Many of our nurses have cared for the residents of Brooklyn and have been at the hospital for many years. A nursing career at TBHC will allow you to be part of a dynamic and dedicated team of health care professionals. TBHC offers a supportive work environment, the latest technologies, and an opportunity to contribute to a stellar work force.
To find out more about nursing at TBHC and to begin your path to a rewarding nursing career, use our search tool under “Job Search” to find the position that’s right for you.
TBHC's Senior Vice President and Chief Nurse Executive Continues a Family Tradition of Nursing Care
For Mary Anne Healy-Rodriquez, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, nursing is a family affair. Taking on the role of Chief Nurse Executive (CNE) at THBC, means coming full circle and continuing a legacy of nursing and a career path that spans generations.
"My grandmother Madeline M. McIntyre, was a nurse at TBHC from 1968–1972. She worked on a patient unit called the "Z" unit, and was in charge of medication dispensing. She was a 1930 graduate from the Jewish Memorial Nursing School. I remember her telling us about eating oxtail soup in the cafeteria and the diversity of the patients she took care of.", noted Healy-Rodriquez.
Nurse McIntyre was known as the nurse who washed the feet of patients and tended to their needs. "Look over here. This is my grandmother's nurses cap and pin. These items mean so much to me.", Healy-Rodriquez said. "I am so honored to be leading patient care services for the same hospital that my grandmother worked at."
In addition to her grandmother, CNE Healy-Rodriquez's mother and aunt were nurses. "I feel fortunate to lead TBHC's nurses and it is a responsibility that I take seriously. This hospital has been serving Brooklyn for 170 years, and our nursing team provides the quality and compassionate care that I am proud of. After all, I have to make my grandmother proud of me!"
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National Nurses Week, May 6 to 12, 2016
National Nurses Week begins each year on May 6 and ends on May 12, Florence Nightingale's birthday.
During this special week, Nursing Staff at TBHC are recognized for their dedication and commitment. National Nurses Week is devoted to highlighting the diverse ways in which registered nurses, who comprise the largest health care profession, are working to improve health care. From bedside nursing in hospitals and long-term care facilities to the halls of research institutions, state legislatures, and Congress, the depth and breadth of the nursing profession is meeting the expanding health care needs of the community. Please view photos from this year's event!