Care like crazy in eastern North Carolina.

A thriving career. A lower cost of living. A laid-back lifestyle. And yes – much warmer weather. It’s all waiting for you at Vidant Health in eastern North Carolina. Here, nurses can put their careers on the fast track amid the peaceful surroundings of some of the most charming small towns in the American South.

Vidant is seeking full-time nurses who care like crazy. Because of our experience with Canadian recruiting, we understand the hesitation and uncertainty that comes with relocating to another country. We also understand the expense involved with making a move of this magnitude. We are committed to assisting every step of the way, both financially and in helping to ease the transition to your new environment.

 
For Canadian nurses, relocation to North Carolina is quick and easy. Plus, we provide support along the way, including:
  • • A dedicated recruiter that will work with you individually throughout your process
  • • Initial phone screening to determine your areas of interest and time frame for relocating
  • • Phone interview with hiring managers to determine if this is the right fit for both parties
  • • No out-of-pocket costs for onsite interviews in North Carolina – all costs, including airfare and/or mileage will be pre-paid
  • • Transportation to and from your interviews
  • • A tour of the community and the opportunity to look at housing options (if you desire)

Once you accept an offer, we provide:
  • • Reimbursement for the NCLEX exam
  • • Relocation allowance
  • • A $10,000 bonus is available to ALL nurse hires
  • • An experience Immigration Attorney to assist with the TN VISA. Vidant pays the attorney fees
  • • Green Card sponsorship after one year of employment
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Join many of your fellow Canadians who have helped make Vidant the place where everyone cares like crazy.
 

Better weather is just the beginning.

A move to North Carolina isn’t about escaping the cold. It’s about immersing yourself in classic, small-town living in picture-postcard communities. Vidant Health’s network stretches across the bucolic eastern part of the state, from the lakes and forests to the miles of Atlantic beaches.

We think there’s something special in these friendly, close-knit communities that can’t be found anywhere else. And we’re sure you’ll agree.

 
The front entrance of the Vidant Medical Center

Vidant Medical Center (Greenville)

Vidant Medical Center, one of four academic medical centers in North Carolina, is the flagship hospital for Vidant Health and serves as the teaching hospital for The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. Vidant Medical Center is a 974-bed tertiary referral center providing acute, intermediate, rehabilitation and outpatient health services to a 29-county region that is home to more than 1.4 million people. In recognition of its nursing excellence and high-quality patient care, Vidant Medical Center has been designated a Magnet® facility by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.  

The front entrance of the Vidant Beaufort Hospital

Vidant Beaufort Hospital (Washington)

Vidant Beaufort Hospital in Washington is a full-service hospital with an active medical staff of more than 50 physicians representing 20+ specialties, as well as more than 600 nurses, technicians and support staff. The hospital offers a broad range of inpatient and outpatient services including medical, surgical, intensive care, emergency, pediatrics and women’s services. In addition there is a lab, diagnostic imaging services, physical and respiratory therapy. Vidant Beaufort also features the Marion L. Shepard Cancer Center, offering leading-edge chemotherapy and radiation therapy, among other cancer services.  
142 beds
496 employees

The front entrance of the Vidant Bertie Hospital

Vidant Bertie Hospital (Windsor)

Vidant Bertie Hospital is a state-of-the-art, six-bed critical access hospital in Windsor. It is closely affiliated with Vidant Medical Center, a Level I academic medical center, and the telemedicine resources of The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. The hospital offers high quality surgical, emergency and diagnostic services, as well as specialty and primary care clinics.  
6 beds
135 employees

The front entrance of the Vidant Chowan Hospital

Vidant Chowan Hospital (Edenton)

Vidant Chowan Hospital in Edenton is a 25-bed critical access hospital which provides programs and services to 110,000 people in 6 counties. It offers medical and surgical services, including intensive care, a specialty care clinic and a dedicated outpatient surgery area with endoscopy capabilities. A 7-bed emergency department serves approximately 16,000 patients per year.  
49 beds
323 employees

The front entrance of the Vidant Duplin Hospital

Vidant Duplin Hospital (Kenansville)

Vidant Duplin Hospital is an 81-bed hospital located in Kenansville. The renovated, 15-bed emergency department serves approximately 27,000 patients per year. In addition to providing general medical and surgical services, Vidant Duplin offers chemotherapy and other cancer infusion interventions and has earned national designation as a Primary Stroke Center.  
81 beds
435 employees

The front entrance of the Vidant Edgecombe Hospital

Vidant Edgecombe Hospital (Tarboro)

Personal, compassionate care as close to home as possible for the residents of Tarboro, Edgecombe County and surrounding communities—that’s what we deliver at this acute-care facility. Our staff represents more than 20 specialties and services, including rehabilitation, oncology and outpatient clinics, and our new Women and Children’s Care Unit is a great addition to the community.  
117 beds
518 employees

The front entrance of the Vidant North Hospital

Vidant North Hospital (Roanoke Rapids)

Vidant North Hospital is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare organizations. The Medical Center is licensed for 204 beds, including psychiatric and nursery. Vidant North offers an array of medical and surgical services, including 24-hour emergency care, backed by the latest technology.  
204 beds
841 employees

The front entrance of the Vidant Roanoke-Chowan Hospital

Vidant Roanoke-Chowan Hospital (Ahoskie)

Vidant Roanoke-Chowan Hospital is a 114-bed community hospital located in Ahoskie.  Serving four nearby counties, the hospital’s 15-bed emergency department serves approximately 21,000 patients per year. This modern facility provides a wide range of health services, including medical, surgical and radiation oncology. In addition, Vidant Roanoke-Chowan’s Wound Healing and Pain Management centers serve as referral centers for neighboring Vidant hospitals and providers.  
114 beds
587 employees

The front entrance of the The Outer Banks Hospital

The Outer Banks Hospital (Nags Head)

The Outer Banks Hospital (OBH) is a full-service critical access hospital offering a wide range of inpatient and outpatient services. The hospital is designed to meet the needs of the coastal community, whose year-round population of approximately 35,000 swells to about 350,000 in the summer season. The hospital's 21-bed emergency department serves approximately 23,100 patients each year. OBH is fully accredited, has been nationally recognized for outstanding patient care, and provides high-quality care in a compassionate environment to all patients, regardless of their ability to pay  
21 beds
307 employees

The front entrance of the James and Connie Maynard Childrens Hospital

James and Connie Maynard Children's Hospital (Greenville)

The James and Connie Maynard Children’s Hospital, located on the campus of Vidant Medical Center, is designed to care for children from newborns to 18 years of age (and up to 21 years of age if patient is being followed by a pediatric physician).  The 206,499 square foot 198-bed facility provides highly specialized services including a pediatric intensive care (PICU), neonatal intensive care (NICU), kids immunosuppressed specialty unit (KISU), specialty care nursery, mother-baby unit, pediatric ECMO services, 24/7 children’s emergency department, acute dialysis and continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT), pediatric radiology, pediatric rehabilitation, general surgery, cardiovascular surgery, neurosurgery, and craniofacial surgery.  The James and Connie Maynard Children’s Hospital at Vidant Medical Center is a designated Children’s Miracle Network hospital, placing it among the nation’s top children’s facilities.