UI Hospitals and Clinics

Nursing at Iowa

Rempher, Kenneth

Welcome

The UI Hospitals and Clinics Department of Nursing Services and Patient Care is led by Chief Nursing Officer Kenneth J. Rempher, PhD, RN, MBA, CENP.

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Nursing Employment

We offer full-time, part-time, and hourly positions in a variety of clinic and hospital care settings.

Nursing Employment

Nurse Residency Program

Residency and orientation information for new graduate nurses.

Nurse Residency Program

I'm here because ...

See why our nurses are passionate about their careers.

I'm here because ...

Why Choose Us?

Excellent benefits and highly competitive salaries make our program one of the best in the state.

Why Choose Us?

Unit Descriptions

Find out what we're all about. Here you'll find in-depth descriptions of all our inpatient and outpatient nursing units.

Unit Descriptions

Nursing wins prestigious Magnet Prize

The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) has awarded the 2014 Magnet PrizeĀ® to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, recognizing the innovative use of evidence-based practice to positively impact patient care.

Nursing wins prestigious Magnet Prize

Student Summer Employment

Designed for nursing students between their junior and senior years, this 10-week summer program will give lucky participants real-life clinical experience in a professional environment.

Student Summer Employment

Continuing Education

View a complete schedule and register for all nursing continuing education enrichment classes offered.

Continuing Education

Professional Development and Informatics

UI Hospitals and Clinics nurses take seriously their multifaceted roles as caregivers, researchers and executive nurses working in an academic medical center.

Professional Development and Informatics

Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice.

Nurses at UI Hospitals and Clinics are leaders in disseminating evidence-based practices into patient care, improving health care outcomes.

Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice.

Three Times Magnet Recipient

Magnet recognition is the highest award given for excellence in nursing practice. UI Hospitals and Clinics was the first hospital in Iowa to be named a Magnet Hospital (2004) and the first hospital in Iowa to be re-designated twice (2008 and 2013).

Three Times Magnet Recipient

Nursing Quality

Nursing Quality

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