The information and resources in this section are intended for clinicians, researchers, students and other health professionals — and anyone who is interested in starting a career at one of the
mid-Atlantic’s most dynamic health care systems.
At ChristianaCare, we serve our neighbors as respectful, expert, caring partners in their health. We do this by creating innovative, effective, affordable systems of care that our neighbors value. This is The ChristianaCare Way.
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An advanced practice clinician is either a Physician Assistant or an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse.
APRNs are employed in all service lines serving the primary care community and the acute care population.
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At ChristianaCare, we believe that the best medical care for tomorrow can only be developed by studying the care we give today.
ChristianaCare coordinates a variety of learning opportunities. All activities are accredited. Find out more on our website.
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In this section you will find department leadership, section members and highlighted activities of one of the region’s leading health care providers.
ChristianaCare is a great place to work in part because of the uniqueness of our employees, volunteers, and affiliated health professionals.
Robust partnerships in clinical, translational and outcomes research boost ChristianaCare’s national reputation and speed new ideas, technologies and treatments
The Department of Emergency Medicine practices an integrated approach of research and clinical care which creates a critical pathway to better patient care.
ChristianaCare offers three appointments each year to the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship.
Valuable resources to you and your staff.
The Magnet® designation for nursing excellence from the American Nurses Credentialing Center is the pre-eminent recognition for hospital systems in the US.
It's our purpose to improve the health of our community — to help keep our neighbors healthy when they are well, and to help them get better when they are sick.
The clinical ladder allows frontline nurses to continually improve their skill set and practice at the top of their license.
It is a promise to use resources wisely and effectively, to be curious and to continuously look for ways to innovate.
To illustrate the growth of nurses and the components that guide nursing practice across ChristianaCare.
At ChristianaCare, research is a key element to providing quality health care in every medical specialty. It helps us to create innovative, affordable systems.
We have redesigned how we deliver care to keep our patients and caregivers safe, while providing the high-quality care that our community needs and deserves.
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Being part of a top-ranked health care team at one of the largest community-based teaching hospitals.