Great Places to be a nurse: Yakima – Eric’s Story

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A 2016 study (link) rated Washington State the best in which to be a nurse Hear why Eric is dedicated to the Yakima Valley and find out why you should consider joining the Virginia Mason Memorial team.  Part of the Virginia Mason Health System, Virginia Mason Memorial is a 226-bed acute-care, nonprofit community hospital that has served Central Washington’s Yakima valley for more than 60 years. Services also include primary and specialty care practices.

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Great Places to be a nurse: Yakima

Find out why you should be part of the Virginia Mason Memorial team>>

A 2016 study (link) rated Washington State the best in which to be a nurse. Learn more about being a nurse in Yakima, Washington from Anna , a nurse at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital. Watch as she discusses her job, the area and her love of the activities available to her and her family throughout the year.

Anna’s Story

Hear why Anna is dedicated to the Yakima Valley and find out why you should consider joining the Virginia Mason Memorial team. Part of the Virginia Mason Health System, Virginia Mason Memorial is a 226-bed acute-care, nonprofit community hospital that has served Central Washington’s Yakima valley for more than 60 years. Services also include primary and specialty care practices