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- Human Resources: Located on the 3rd floor of Shore Medical Center
- Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Career & Lifestyle Opportunities
Employee Testimonial: Jennifer Cressey, RN, BSN
Shore Nurse Leader Jennifer Cressey came to Shore in August 2020 after working for 20 years at the same hospital. She was ready for a change and a healthier work environment, which she found at Shore. Click here to learn more about why Jennifer thinks you should consider a nursing career at Shore.
- Additional Testimonials from Our Staff
Danielle Flukey, RNC – Maternal Child Health/Special Care Nursery
What I love about being a Shore caregiver are the relationships that I build with patients and families, and caring for members of my community. Families put a great deal of trust in me to care for their baby, and it is my privilege to be there for them.
Marissa Evans, RN
Working at Shore Medical Center has been great for my career. I have recently transitioned from an LPN role into an RN role, and I have been supported by the nurses on 5 Stainton the entire way. There's nothing better than knowing each shift I work, there is a supportive team behind me who has my back.
Nicole Powers, NA
I'm always appreciated and encouraged to succeed at Shore Medical Center. I love working with such a knowledgeable team that is willing to help me achieve my goals within the hospital.
Lacey Straub, MSN, BSN, RN
I believe here at Shore we practice with humility. The nurses with whom I work alongside know the importance of staying humble in order to provide the best care. Practicing humility allows us to push aside our own perceptions so we can learn and listen from others. This characteristic allows us to work so well as a team, which I find Shore holds as a high standard, as do I.
Samantha Peterson, Nurse Assistant, 5th Stainton
There is nothing more rewarding than being able to provide help to those who need it most. The smallest act of kindness can make a patient’s day and puts a smile on my face.
Nicholas Berenatto, BSN, RN, 5th Stainton
I love being a Shore caregiver because I have the opportunity to care for, and help the people in my community. Working at Shore has given me the chance to work alongside some of the best medical professionals in the area, and allowed me to learn and grow as a new nurse to the profession. Being a Shore caregiver allows me to not only care for patients and their families, but to connect with them and help them to be more comfortable during their stay at Shore Medical Center.
Jackie Gomez, Nurse Aid, ASOI
I am grateful for my position as a caregiver at Shore. There is a lot of teamwork here. I have compassion for our patients and I love taking care of them.
Pinky Patel, Health Unit Coordinator, ASOI
My role as a Health Unit Coordinator is ever changing. I embrace this change. I like to help and interact with nurses, doctors, patients and family members. These interactions have helped me to become a better person and a well rounded member of the Shore Medical Center team.
Ashley Domingo, MLT , ASCP - Laboratory
“I love my co-workers. We work well together to get the job done. In the lab, it’s not an “I know best ‘ way of looking at things; it’s a “we know best” way. It’s always about working together to do what’s best for our patients.”
Lisa Yusko, Certified Nurses Aide - 5 Hayes
“I love being a Shore caregiver because I love taking care of people. I also love the feeling of belonging it gives me, my awesome co-workers, and my great boss! It’s special to be part of a team in which everyone helps each other.”
Camiel Cruickshank, Telemetry Technician
“I work with an exuberant group of individuals who go above and beyond for the patients. Working here, I get to care for some of the sweetest and most genuine patients and families. It’s not just a job, it’s a growing passion and motivation.”
James Hillis, RN, BSN, MHA, CCRN – Emergency Department
“I love working alongside excellent clinicians, ensuring that high quality care is provided to the residents of our community. The mutual respect and effective teamwork make Shore Medical Center a great place to work.”
Jenna Maxwell, BSN, RN, CEFM Maternal Child Health
“I love coming to work every day to see familiar faces and smiles. Everyone is friendly and passionate about their love for the community. I treasure my relationships with my patients and co-workers. The Shore family allows me to grow and I feel as if my voice is always heard.”
Ben D’Aulerio, BSN, RN, CCRN – ICU
"I have worked at Shore for the better part of 20 years. The relationships I have built with my co-workers and community have brought me and my family incomparable pride and joy and a deep sense of humility.”
- Scholarship Opportunities
Shore Medical Center has scholarship opportunities for those pursuing a career in healthcare. With generous donations from our donors, scholarships such as the Norman Craven scholarship, Sambrook Fellowship scholarship, and the Previti Family scholarship are made available to our staff and members of our community. The scholarships available have award amounts up to $5,000. Eligible applicants can fill out a scholarship form and submit it to Shore Medical Center human resources to be entered. For eligibility requirements, more information, and applications, click on the documents below:
- Healthcare Careers on the Rise
With healthcare careers on the rise nationally, opportunities at Shore Medical Center are also increasing.
- Are you a licensed professional looking to re-enter the workforce after your children start school?
- Are you a recent graduate seeking position at a high-quality acute care hospital?
- Are you an experienced healthcare professional who is looking to relocate?
Healthcare is a strong, stable work environment. Nurses, pharmacists, laboratory and radiologic technologists and other medical personnel are in high demand. Shore Medical Center offers a variety of clinical and non-clinical career opportunities.
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