Did you know October 3-7 is Pediatric Nurses Week? Children’s of Alabama has a lot to celebrate, thanks to the fantastic pediatric nurses making an impact. Meet two pediatric nurses to find out why they love it, then apply for a rewarding career today.
Making a difference for sick kids ❤️
At Children’s of Alabama, each employee has a vital job: taking care of some of the sweetest patients across the Southeast. As one of the busiest pediatric hospitals in the nation, it’s clear that Children’s of Alabama makes an impact.
Whether you’ve had family members closely touched by the work of pediatric nurses or you have friends who work in the field, you probably know just how important and life-changing this job can be.
“The thing that stands out most about Children’s is that employees love their patients, and the patients love the employees. It’s heartwarming to see kids’ eyes light up when they see the staff and recognize them.”Beth Mabrey Madison, Registered Nurse in the Pulmonary Clinic, Children’s of Alabama
From administering medicine to making children laugh, pediatric nurses do everything they can to keep children happy and healthy.
Want the biggest proof of how much people enjoy working at Children’s? Just take a look at the people who have worked there for decades… including people who follow in their parent’s footsteps!
Does Children’s sound like a place you’d like to grow your career? If so, check out their current nursing jobs and apply today.
Finding a career you love in a supportive environment 🙌
Whether you work as a pediatric nurse or you choose a career doing something else in the hospital like working as a social worker or in environmental services, every day at your job can make a major difference.
“It’s really great knowing the impact we make on our patients. You leave every day with a smile on your face knowing you’ve touched lives.”Beth Mabrey Madison, Registered Nurse in the Pulmonary Clinic, Children’s of Alabama
Want to know the best part of working at Children’s? No surprise—it’s the kids themselves.
“Kids are resilient. They could have the worst case scenario and still smile! It makes me feel good that I’m making a difference with these kids and their families. At the end of the day, I can always hold my head high and feel like I did something good in the world.”Josh Kratz, Charge Nurse, Children’s of Alabama