In celebration of National Nurses Month 2023, Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic States honors our nurses for their extraordinary care this month—and every day of the year.
Check out our video tribute below.
Our nurses promote the art and science of nursing in a patient-centered, healing environment and truly embody what total care means.
The Kaiser Permanente Nursing Professional Practice Model is at the heart of our nursing practice, and it serves as a framework to standardize our approach to care. It honors the unity of the whole human being – mind, body, spirit – and is the lens through which Kaiser Permanente nurses look to ensure that they meet the needs of our patients and their families.
Extraordinary nursing care.
As leaders, clinicians, researchers, innovators, and scientists, Kaiser Permanente nurses are advancing the delivery of excellent, compassionate care for our members across the continuum, and boldly transforming care to improve the health of our communities and nation.
Professionalism, patient and family-centric, compassion, teamwork, excellence, and integrity
Kaiser Permanente’s professional governance program aligns our Nursing Professional Practice Model with our Model of Operational Excellence and ensures the consistency of nursing practice and exceptional quality of care for our members. The program also lays the foundation that makes transformational practice possible and aligns nursing with Kaiser Permanente’s mission.
This program represents a decision-making partnership between leadership, frontline nurses, and other interdisciplinary team members where changes are made to policies and practice founded on evidenced-based research and common core values. It provides greater nursing autonomy and promotes accountability and shared responsibility for improving patient outcomes, optimizing efficiency, and increasing nurse engagement.
The nurse-patient/family relationship is the cornerstone of our nursing practice and leverages the powerful role human relationships play in creating caring and healing environments. Providing high-quality, culturally responsive care so our members can achieve the best possible health outcomes is central to our nursing mission. Our nurses play an essential role in addressing inequities and disparities in health outcomes by providing culturally responsive, equitable care for all our members.
Our Mobile Health Vehicle offers a means for our nurses to work throughout the region, providing care to those in all the communities that we serve.
Learn more about equity, diversity, and inclusion at Kaiser Permanente.
Nurses at Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic States are an integral part of our health care teams. They are highly trained and specialize in providing care across all ambulatory care settings.
Kaiser Permanente nurses serve in a broad range of specialties and practice areas. There are many opportunities to practice in your preferred specialty and advance in your profession in this region, and our highly engaged health care teams provide the needed structure to achieve your desired growth.
Kaiser Permanente provides high quality learning to aid in our clinical staff’s professional development and support their interest in specialty certifications. This includes a broad range of activities that use evidence-based methodologies for all levels of clinical and inter-professional staff to achieve mastery.
At its core is the acquisition of knowledge and development of skills to improve patient and workplace safety. At Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic States, we align our staff’s professional development with our nursing vision to provide extraordinary nursing care to every patient, every time.
For more than 75 years, Kaiser Permanente’s nurses have provided high-quality care with excellence, leadership, and innovation. Our highly skilled nurses are essential to the delivery of excellent, compassionate care. They are instrumental in improving outcomes by coordinating care, educating patients, and identifying and implementing the best ways to advance the practice of nursing with new ideas, research, and technology.