Robert R. Cawley, D.O.
Dover, NH 03802
At Wentworth-Douglass Hospital, you’ll hear it over and over: “We love coming to work.” Maybe it’s the friendly culture between nurses and physicians or the commitment to clinical excellence and patient safety. Maybe it’s just something about the ocean air.
Nurses at Wentworth-Douglass feel pride in knowing they work for the Seacoast’s leading medical center. Wentworth-Douglass is a not-for-profit charitable health care organization and a subsidiary of Massachusetts General Hospital. We are also a Magnet®-recognized hospital.
Wentworth-Douglass Hospital’s Nursing Department includes more than 500 highly skilled and compassionate nurses who are committed to providing exceptional care supported by the highest quality nursing practice on the Seacoast.
We have openings for new and experienced nurses in many areas of practice.
“WDH offers, encourages, and supports professional growth with a strong team atmosphere. I have been encouraged to become involved in committees that promote positive change within my team. I feel I have a voice and can make a difference for the better.”
Wentworth-Douglass offers sign-on bonuses of up to $10,000 for experienced ICU, OR and ED RNs*.
Create the career path you want to be on with nursing certifications. Many of our nurses become CCRN certified. We’ll provide resources to help you get there.
Additional Career Development Opportunities include tuition assistance, scholarships, and more.
After logging long hours to become a nurse, it’s time to start your career. We want you to feel supported every step of the way. From career development to certifications, you’ll have everything you need to do your job successfully, no matter the direction it takes.
We want you to improve upon yourself and your skills. If there’s something you want to work on, we’ll help you get there. Autonomy is important to us, and you’ll have it as a nurse, too.
“The new grad program offered me support greater than I could ever have imagined. The integration of classroom , Simulation training, and preceptor time in the residency program allowed me to smoothly transition from four years of school to professional practice.”
For more information about a career at Wentworth-Douglass or to search open positions, visit our Career page.
* The sign-on bonus is for experienced ICU, OR or ED RNs and will be paid upon successful completion of a 90, 180 day and 1 year review period. Bonus amounts are pro-rated based on scheduled hours and is subject to all required federal and state taxes. Bonus amount is determined by years of experience in an ICU, OR or ED environment. Applies to full and part time shifts only.