Our Nurses 

The nurses at Tufts Medical Center are integral to everything we do. They are often the ones patients interact with first, and sometimes the ones they interact with the most. It’s a critically important role, so our nurses are well-supported, well-respected, and very well-appreciated!  

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Patient Centered Care

Nurses help our patients understand the nature of their illness and treatment options, plan their care (along with other members of their patient’s care team), and understand how to care for themselves after discharge. For most patients, nobody is more important to insuring a good patient experience than you and your fellow nurses. If you’re looking for a role in which you can maximize patient interaction and give excellent care, Tufts Medical Center is the place for you.

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Nursing Tenets

Nursing believes patients and families are at the center, and their preferences, beliefs and values are the priorities.
Nursing fosters a collaborative environment with colleagues to enhance care delivery.
Nursing advocates and views all holistically.
Nursing is a team and with all others.
Nursing establishes plans of care using evidence and research in partnerships.
Nursing leads informatics to enhance care delivery.
Nursing leads a culture of safety.
Nursing incorporates quality improvement to ensure safety for all.
Nursing is committed to lifelong learning.
Nursing is a professional practice of excellence and innovation.


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Tufts Medical Center is recognized by the ANCC Magnet Recognition Program® for excellence in nursing. Magnet® recognition is the highest and most prestigious credential a health care organization can achieve for nursing excellence and quality patient care. Magnet® recognition signals to nurses that the organization is committed to nursing.