Phoebe Putney Health System delivers compassionate, high-quality healthcare to more than 500,000 residents in a 41-county region. We’re a fantastic destination for new graduate nurses who are passionate about providing excellent patient-centered care within our communities. If you are ready to begin your career in an advanced setting, and with the full support of a team that is eager to ensure your success, consider the many reasons to join us.

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Up to $7,500 sign-on bonus for select
(paid in 3 installments over 2 years)

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One of our new grads was featured in a Harper’s Bazaar article about nurses coping with the COVID-19 pandemic. Working for us in acute care, she said “Our unit has adjusted to the chaos very well and I feel truly blessed to serve in this time of need.” Check it out.

Advanced medical care that is unsurpassed in the region, with top-notch facilities and the latest technologies

Supportive and collaborative team to help you on your journey, with experienced nurses and nurse managers to mentor you, as well as progressive nurse leadership

Shared decision-making, with team huddles on a regular basis, an atmosphere where new ideas are always welcome and a culture where your voice is heard

Exciting developments including our drive toward Level II Trauma designation

New simulation lab with 19,000 square feet that will offer you the opportunity to develop nursing skills, teamwork, interdisciplinary communication, critical thinking and clinical judgment

Many advantages and perks including tuition assistance, employee recognition, wellness programs and much more

Warm and sunny southern climate with affordable housing; for fun, the city of Atlanta and Florida’s beaches are just a few hours away


Vizient/AACN Nurse Residency Program™

All new registered nurses hired at our Phoebe Main, North and Worth campuses complete a one-year residency program designed to help them transition into practice. The program improves your skills, boosts your confidence and enhances the level of care our patients receive.

  • 12-month program to ease transition into practice
  • Classroom orientation
  • Monthly classes on a designated day each month
  • Evidence-based practice project by the completion of the program
  • Support from peers and clinical experts

Many places to start your career

Phoebe Main

Phoebe Main Our flagship hospital in Albany is a 691-bed teaching hospital and a regional center for cancer treatment, cardiac medicine/surgery, gastrointestinal disease and neuro-science.

Phoebe North

Phoebe North This 248-bed facility in Albany is dedicated to bringing the citizens of Southwest Georgia the highest-quality health care available.

Phoebe Sumter

Phoebe Sumter This state-of-the-art 183,000 square foot facility in Americus features 76 beds and all private rooms, and offers patients the most advanced equipment and technology available.

Phoebe Worth

Phoebe Worth Designated as one of the state’s critical access hospitals, this 25-bed facility in Sylvester provides state-of-the-art health care services for the community it serves.

Phoebe Physicians

Phoebe Physicians We also operate primary care offices across the region, including Albany, Americus, Buena Vista, Camilla, Cuthbert, Leesburg and Sylvester.

Ready to continue the conversation?

Apply now – for our New Grad Registered Nurse (RN) opportunities. Or, fill out the quick form below and attach a current resume to take the next step in exploring a career with us.

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Many specialties you can explore

While we encourage most new grads to start in acute care or a medical/surgical area, we also offer other in-patient areas that you can explore in the future:

  • Acute Care
  • Behavioral Health
  • Cardiac Step-down Unit
  • Critical Care Unit
  • General Surgery/Urology
  • Inpatient Rehabilitation
  • Labor and Delivery
  • Mother Baby
  • NICU
  • Oncology
  • Ortho/Neuro Surgery
  • Pediatrics
  • Women’s Health

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