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5 Top Hospitals That Will Pay for Your Education

5 Top Hospitals That Will Pay for Your Education

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Many hospitals offer some form of tuition reimbursement or loan forgiveness, but these five hospitals do that, and more. From staff development classes to on-site degree programs, these hospitals virtually pay you to go to school. If you are lucky enough to land a job at one of these prestigious hospitals, you will find not only opportunities for educational advancement, but also concierge services, employee health clubs, and on-site child care.


1. Mayo Clinic – Rochester, MN
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Apart from being renowned for its medical research facilities, the Mayo Clinic also offers some of the best perks in the industry.

• Staff development classes

• Clinical rotations for nursing schools

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• Training programs

• Education awards to attend national and international conferences

• Tuition reimbursement

• Relocation expenses

• Free on-site day care for ill children

• Back-up childcare for emergency situations


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    Kimmie_T

    over 5 years ago

    66 comments

    I have always wanted to work there or St. Jude's in Tennessee. Kaiser is in most state and so, does my hospital UCSF. It's also a Medical University, but there are many hospitals that are willing to help you reach this goal, the shortage is diar. So, it is a worth a try. Help them; and then they help you.

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    BRENDAKAYSMITH

    over 5 years ago

    2 comments

    IS THERE A HOSPITAL OR DOCTORS OFFICE IN OR NEAR FORT WALTON BEACH FLORIDA

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    chd123

    almost 6 years ago

    2252 comments

    You just have to look around...start with your area. You don't always have to pay them back...When I worked for Scottsdale Healthcare (AZ), they paid for my books/tuition and I didn't owe them one day.

    I agree with JessBarnes84, get your foot in the door and then talk business. Most places are offering some kind of help. Look into Baylor programs as well (not sure if this is just Banner Health?) You work 24 hours, weekends only, and get paid for 32. It helped me get my BSN...

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    CLASSYKAREN

    almost 6 years ago

    40 comments

    Morton Plant Hospital in clearwater Florida will call them and see if they have any spots left

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    Licia_79

    almost 6 years ago

    2 comments

    Hi, My Name is Alicia Rowe and I am wondering how do you get into this program becasue i am almost done with school and I am looking to get into a nursing program but i can't afford it so if anyones knows how to start tthe process please e-mail me at Licia_79@yahoo.com

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    marisamojica

    almost 6 years ago

    2 comments

    i am marisa mojica from philippines. i want to study nursing but i cant afford financially. just wanna ask if you can help me pursue my dream of becoming a nurse.pls.....my email address,yhsa014@yahoo.com...pls help me...

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    jessbarnes84

    almost 6 years ago

    596 comments

    I agree with legalnurseprn Its better to get Your foot in the door then They will be more willing to work with You. Good Luck to all the People who try to take advantage of this

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    ConnieN

    almost 6 years ago

    4 comments

    I AM TRYING TO GET ACCEPTED INTO A NURSING SCHOOL AND I AM TRYING TO FIND A HOSPITAL TO PAY FOR MY EDUCATION. I AM WILLING TO SIGN A CONTRACT TO WORK FOR THEM FOREVER IF THEY NEED ME! I AM WILLING TO RELOCATE ANYWHERE!! Loot1234@yahoo.com

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    amberlynn611

    almost 6 years ago

    4 comments

    I hear about a lot of programs that do this. Supposedly some around me [in ky] but you owe them so many years for each year of school they pay for..

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    MAMADAWN

    almost 6 years ago

    3604 comments

    Wow....awesome news!

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    legalnurseprn

    almost 6 years ago

    6 comments

    Probably won't happen. Though there is a 'nursing shortage' in the US, there is an even greater shortage of nursing instructors in the colleges, so admittance to nursing school is limited...that is...they will be very choosy as far as who gets admitted. If you want a hospital to pay for your tuition, it is best to be hired as some type of employee at a facility who has a 'tuition reimbursement' as a benefit of being an employee at that facility. That is, it is very unlikely for a hospital or healthcare facilty to pay 'in advance' for anyone's education in exchange for one to come work at that facilty. You would probably have to be working there first and 'earning' your employee benefits (which more than likely, will be tuition reimbursement).

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    Mckean

    almost 6 years ago

    36 comments

    Not going to help me. live in Cali.

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    robsgirl402

    almost 6 years ago

    22 comments

    Wish this helped me!!!!

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    moochy

    about 6 years ago

    6 comments

    DO ANYONE LIVE IN CHICAGO THAT MAY KNOW ABOUT A NURSING SCHOOL

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    moochy

    about 6 years ago

    6 comments

    I AM A MEDICAL ASSITANT AND CERTIFIED PHLEBOTOMIST. I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW ARE THERE ANY ONLINE COURSES THAT I CAN TAKE. I LIVE IN WARRENVILLE, IL 60555, I HAVE ALWAYS DREAM OF BECOMING A NURSE, BECAUSE THIS WHERE MY HEART IS. I LOVE TAKING CARE OF PATIENTS. I HAVE ALWAYS SAID I WILL ALWAYS AS LONG AS I AM IN THE MEDICAL FIELD, I WILL TREAT ANY AND EVERY PATIENT AS IF THEY WERE MY FAMILY MEMBERS

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