Nursing Careers at Rutland Regional Medical Center

Join Our Award-Winning Nursing Staff!

Come join us and work with the best-of-the-best!

As Vermont’s largest community hospital, with a staff of over 1,600 dedicated individuals, we are continuously adding talented and caring nurses to various departments and invite you to join us.

Rutland Regional Medical Center is an award-winning, community driven healthcare system and we are extremely proud of our Magnet® recognized nursing team. The Magnet® Recognition Program designates organizations worldwide where nursing leaders successfully align their nursing strategic goals to improve the organization’s patient outcomes. It provides a roadmap to nursing excellence, which benefits the entire organization. Magnet® Recognition means nurses are supported by education and professional development through every career stage, which leads to greater autonomy at the bedside. For our patients, it means the very best care, delivered by nurses who are supported to be the very best that they can be.

We're Hiring Nurses in These Departments:

Psychiatric Services

Medical Oncology Unit

Surgical Care Unit

Intensive Care Unit

Progressive Care Unit

Emergency Department

Operating Room

Women’s & Children’s Unit

Labor & Delivery

Outpatient Clinic

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What's it like to work with the best healthcare team in New England? Hear it straight from our best in these candid testimonials about life at Rutland Regional!

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Relocation Assistance, Sign-on Bonus and our Tuition Assistance for the RN to BSN Program with Castleton University makes it easier to join our nursing team rated among the TOP 5% in the country.

Nursing Careers at Rutland Regional Medical Center

Dear Nursing Professional,

I think you could ask anybody about the work atmosphere at Rutland Regional Medical Center and they’re going to tell you that this is their work family. Nurses here feel proud of the work they do and we’re just as proud of them for doing it.

We’d like you to consider becoming a part of our award-winning nursing team. We want to share this great workplace, and our passion around the excellence in care we deliver to our patients every day. Give us a call anytime. We’ll be happy to show you around the hospital and answer any questions you might have.

If you live and work outside Vermont and are considering relocating to our beautiful state, I recommend you take a long weekend and come visit. You’ll get a true feel for life in Vermont in just a few days!


Carol Egan
Chief Nursing Officer

Committed to our Community & our Staff

We are committed to investing in our staff, in our facilities and in our community. Our mission is to improve the health of the Rutland Region and surrounding communities by providing appropriate, superior, integrated, preventative, diagnostic and therapeutic health services in a caring environment through the strength of our people, technology and relationships.

State-of-the-Art Technology & Modern Facilities

Advance your career with state-of-the-art technology and modern facilities. We’re proud of our programs designed to continuously upgrade our equipment and facilities so our professionals have the right tools to enable them to provide the most effective patient care available. Today we have 133 beds, first-class technology and over 1,600 people on staff, including volunteers contributing over 53,000 hours annually.

Award Winning Nursing Staff

Nurses choose this career because they want to make a difference. At RRMC you’ll work with the best team in healthcare, committed to consistently delivering an exceptional customer experience with high levels of satisfaction. One of our goals is to create an environment where employee engagement flourishes and we commit our hearts and minds to meeting and exceeding the needs of our customers and each other.

Meet our nurses speaking about life on the Nursing Team at Rutland Regional, and about living in Vermont

Mattie Sowards


Hometown Rutland, VT
Years in profession 1
Education Associates Degree in Nursing – Castleton University
Department Progressive Care Unit/Intensive Care Unit
Professional Organizations Nursing Union
Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCHAPS) Committee
Favorite Things To Do Hiking
What I like Best About Vermont Beauty of Nature
Close-knit Community

Katie Lincoln

Nurse Manager - MOU

Hometown West Rutland, VT
Years in profession 3
Education Bachelors Degree in Nursing
Department Medical/Oncology
Nursing Credentials BSN
Favorite Websites for HealthCare info Medscape
Favorite Things To Do Kayaking
Boating/Water Sports
What I like Best About Vermont Beautiful Views & Outdoor Life

Alexandra Foley-Brown

WOCN Clinical Nurse Coordinator - PCU / ICU

Hometown Fair Haven, VT
Years in profession 11
Education Bachelors Degree in Nursing – UVM
Associates Degree in Nursing – Castleton University
WOCN Education – Emory University
Department Progressive Care Unit/Intensive Care Unit
Nursing Credentials BSN, RN, CWON
Professional Organizations WOCN
Nursing Publications I subscribe to WOCN
Favorite Websites for HealthCare Info OVID, PubMed,
Favorite Things To Do Biking
What I like Best About Vermont Variety of outdoor activities,
Proximity to Boston, New York, and the ocean

Meg Duffy


Hometown Buffalo, NY
Years in profession 18
Education Masters Degree in Nursing Education, Bachelors Degree
Department Progressive Care Unit/Intensive Care Unit
Nursing Credentials RN, MSN, CCRN
Professional Organizations American Association of Critical Care Nurses
Favorite Websites for HealthCare info American Association of Critical Care Nurses
Society of Critical Care Medicine
Favorite Things To Do Mountain Biking
What I like Best About Vermont The natural beauty and way of life
outdoor life

Lindsey Munger

RN - Medical Oncology at Foley Cancer Center

Hometown Syracuse, NY
Years in profession 9
Education Associate Degree in Nursing
Department Medical Oncology
Foley Cancer Center
Nursing Credentials RN
Favorite Website for Healthcare Info CDC
Favorite Things To Do Fishing

John F. Porchesa


Hometown West Rutland
Years in profession 18
Education Associates Degree in Nursing – Castleton State College, Bachelors Degree Exercise Science – CSC
Department Surgical Care Unit/Operating Room
Nursing Credentials RN-BC Medical Surgical Nursing
Professional Organizations Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
Favorite Websites for HealthCare info AORN
Favorite Things To Do Hiking
What I like Best About Vermont Sense of community

Sheena Fisher

RN - Clinical Leader - ED

Hometown Brandon, VT
Years in profession 10
Education Bachelor’s of Science Nursing
Department Emergency
Nursing Credentials RN, CEN
Professional Organizations ENA/Emergency Nurse Association
Society of Trauma Nurses
Favorite Things To Do Bikram Yoga
What I like Best About Vermont All 4 Seasons
Outdoor Activities

We want to share this great workplace, and our passion around the excellence in care we deliver to our patients every day.

Nation’s Best Nurses

At Rutland Regional Medical Center, we’re proud of our nurses! In 2016 Rutland Regional earned the Magnet® designation for excellence in nursing by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program. The designation recognizes Rutland’s nursing staff for overall excellence and for providing the very best care to patients. The Magnet® program is highly selective – only 7 percent of hospitals nationwide have been granted Magnet® status, making the designation one of the highest achievements an organization can obtain in professional nursing.

Professional and Personal Development

We offer a wide range of opportunities for nurses to pursue additional education, specialization, certification and leadership and mentorship roles to ensure that our staff is continuously developing professional knowledge and personal growth. In fact, Rutland Regional nurses have attained a 41 percent certification rate, which far exceeds the national certification rate of 32.2 percent.

As a nurse at Rutland, you will benefit from a number of educational programs and career paths that include education, management and clinical opportunities. We provide you the necessary support to expand your supervisory and management skills and develop your career in specialized clinical tracks. Nurses play an important role in the administration and organization of the hospital, collaborating with management and physicians on key initiatives and managing service lines.

Our nurses do more than deliver top-notch medical care – they help develop hospital policies and procedures, implement new technology, and improve patient care through shared governance and evidence-based practice. This is how our nurses make a difference, not only in our community, but in their own lives as well.

Make a Real Difference in The Lives of Your Patients

Our nurses demonstrate a remarkable combination of scientific knowledge, compassion and expertise. At Rutland, you will have the opportunity to practice those skills, providing advanced medical care in a setting that allows you to make a real difference in the lives of your patients. In addition, our nurses are a vital part of Rutland Regional’s many community service programs, which touch the lives of thousands of people in our community every year.

 The Largest Community Hospital in Vermont

As the largest community hospital in Vermont, Rutland Regional provides much needed high quality medical care to patients and the community in a wide range of specialties, including diabetes, cancer, cardiology, breast care, women’s health,diagnostic imaging, surgery, orthopaedics, intensive care and emergency medicine.

The nurses at Rutland Regional work as an integral part of our multidisciplinary healthcare team. Empowered and well respected, they are essential to achieving our goal of compassionate, patient centered care.

Use your benefits to earn your Bachelors in Nursing

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Nursing excellence in every department

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Just a few reasons to be a Nurse at Rutland Regional:

  • Excellent Salary and Benefits Packages
  • Magnet® Designation
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Low Nurse-to-Patient Ratio
  • High Patient Satisfaction with Nursing Staff
  • Wide Variety of Key Service Lines
  • Designated Career Paths for Professional Growth
  • Excellent Quality of Life in the Rutland Region
  • The Opportunity to Make a Real Difference

RRMC Nursing

Case Manager
CHT Patient Education Coord
Clinic LPN
Clinical Coordinator Hospitalist
Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist
Clinical Educator I
Clinical Educator II
Clinical Informatics Specialist
Clinical Manager Nursing
Clinical Practice Liaison (CPL)
Clinical Transition Liaison (CTL)
Community Health Team Case Manager
DI Registered Nurse
ED Clinical Tech I-II-III
Employee Care Coordinator
Employee-Occupational Health Nurse
Endoscopy Technician I-II-III
LNA Externship Student
LNA Tech Site
LNA Sec Monitor Tech
LNA Monitor Tech
LPN Emergency Dept
LPN Licensed Practical Nurse
Operating Room Surgical Technician
Patient Education Coordinator
PI Clinical Specialist-Surgical Case Reviewer-RN
PI Clinical Specialist
RN Clinical Coordinator Hospitalist
RN Float Pool
RN Outpatient Clinic
RN Outpatient Oncology
RN Patient Call Back
RN Pre Op Assessment
RN Spine Care Coordinator
RN Spine Care Coordinator
RN Surgical Care Coordinator
RN Registered Nurse
RN Emergency Department
RN Operating Room
RN Care Coordinator
RN Case Manager
Spine Care Nurse Navigator
Sterile Processing Tech I-II
Surgical Nursing Technical Asst
Utilization Review Coordinator
VT-MAT Nurse Case Manager
WOCN Clinical Nurse Coordinator
WOCN Clinical Nurse Specialist

Questions? Please call Molly at 802.772.2492 or email