Nursing

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At Albany Med, we know that nurses are the backbone of our hospital.

Nurses are the ones who meet our patients where they’re at and comfort them at their lowest moments. Without the support of our incredible nursing team, we would never be able to provide the outstanding care we do. Do you want to be a part of our compassionate staff of nurses? Apply to join our team today.

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Hear what our nurses are saying about working with us!

“Nursing is a life skill that will stay with you always, no matter what you may do, and provides many opportunities for different career paths. It’s never boring, and there’s always something new to learn!”


KAREN GERSTENBERGER, RN, MFA, Cardiopulmonary Surgery
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“In high school, I had the opportunity to work with the elderly in a nursing home. Working there, I knew I wanted to be able to do more for people. I wanted to make a difference and help people. As a nurse, you have the great opportunity to help make what can be the one of the most frightening times for a patient into a positive experience simply by providing compassionate care.”


ARMENOUHIE HANLON, RN, MS, nurse manager of General Surgery and Short Stay Unit
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“I enjoy waking up every day to come to work here. Albany Med and The Melodies Center staff truly exemplify teamwork and patient care, and it’s an honor to be part of such an amazing experience and collaborative group. I never regret my decision to become a nurse. The patients, families, and staff teach me something every day, and I can’t wait to keep learning in this ever-changing field.”


MATT HICKLING, The Melodies Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders
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“The Children’s Hospital at Albany Med is the only place where I feel like I could make the most difference as a pediatric nurse. Each day, I learn something new from a child through their strength and courage. We get to be there for these kids and families during some of the hardest days of their lives, but we also get to be there to celebrate them and their milestones, whether it is being brave for a port access or announcing what college they are headed to in the fall.”


REBECCA NUNZIATO, The Melodies Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders

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