A Message From Our Chief Nurse Executive

Susan GrantAs the first health care system in Georgia to have two Magnet-recognized hospitals – Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital and Emory University Hospital – Emory Healthcare aims to provide a culture of outstanding care, collaboration and opportunities to advance the nursing practice throughout our entire organization. Our teams have devoted years to achieving and maintaining Magnet recognition, and we believe it's the spirit of teamwork that has made our Magnet designations possible. Better yet,

Magnet recognition is just one example of Emory Healthcare's culture of patient and family-centered care. Our nurses approach each day and every patient with the same sense of possibility, level of care and desire to learn.Whether you are an early career or veteran nurse, Emory Healthcare nursing provides opportunities for you to grow in your career and to become part of an organization that aims to achieve outstanding patient outcomes and high patient and family satisfaction. Our nurses don't provide care to patients, they partner with patients and their family members to create customized care plans that fit the medical, cultural and personal needs of each patient. And, we're proud to say that we not only attract top talent like you, but we also retain the best and brightest in the field.

If you are looking for a place where your ideas, expertise and enthusiasm can have a lasting impact on patient care, talk with us about becoming an Emory nurse. I invite you to read the pages of this site to learn more about nursing at Emory Healthcare.


Susan M. Grant, MS, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN

Emory Healthcare Chief Nurse Executive