Advance intensive care in a place you’ll love.

As an experienced Critical Care nurse, does helping advance quality care at a community hospital, while living in a beautiful, natural setting sound like your dream job?  If you’re passionate about developing highly reliable approaches rather than defaulting to how it’s always been done; if you appreciate specialized tertiary support when needed but desire the freedom to be a nurse in a smaller, more personal setting; if you would like to work in close proximity to mountains and lakes with easy access to Montreal and Boston, NMC is the place for you! Join us!


Here’s the quick run-down:

We need ICU Registered Nurses for our Progressive Care Unit. We offer a sign-on bonus to experienced Critical Care RNs and excellent shift & weekend differentials. Our RNs plan and implement care for our patients on the Progressive Care Unit according to established policies and procedures while providing direct patient care for adult patients under a wide variety of circumstances. If this sounds like you, fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch!


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    You can shape the future of Critical Care nursing at NMC.

    Through Clinical Practice Governance and an organization-wide focus on High Reliability, our award-winning community hospital in rural Vermont is on a mission to become a 5-Star facility. We are looking for experienced Critical Care nurses to join our team and help advance the level of care possible right here, close to home.   

    Our new inpatient unit features 34 private rooms with 10 of them currently ICU-capable. We benefit from Tele-ICU support from the renowned Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and close proximity to the University of Vermont Medical Center. Our Chief nursing Officer holds years of proven experience with a shared governance model. Our Chief Executive Officer is an MD who brings a decade of Primary Care physician and Hospitalist experience to leadership and another decade focused on quality and continuous improvement as a CEO.

    All this creates a unique opportunity for experienced Critical Care nurses to make a true difference for both their patients and the future of nursing in our community, all while enjoying the beauty and safety of Vermont. 


    “Intensive Care nurses at NMC really have a voice in the practice of nursing on their unit. Their engagement results into better quality of care in our community.”
    —Deana Orfanidis, RN, Chief Nursing Officer


    We help you with school loans and tuition.


    Loan repayment: 

    After 1 year of service, you’ll qualiffor five years of $2500 in nursing school loan repayment annually, a total of $12,500. 

    Tuition reimbursement:   

    Full-time employees:
    $4000 annually for an

    Part-time employees:

    Per diem
    (1000 hour minimum):

    More than five years of employment:
    an additional $1350 per year 


    Discounts to affiliated Schools of Nursing: 

    Chamberlain University:
    15% discount on

    Southern New Hampshire University:
    10% per course to employees and their immediate family

    Capella University:
    10% tuition


    Here’s what some of our nurses have to say:


    Meet Emily
    Emily has been an RN for eight years, and has spent three of those years here at NMC. She values the time she gets to spend with her family and enjoys so many things about living in Vermont—especially the abundance of hiking opportunities. 

    “A good day at work is when teamwork and solidarity turn adversity into positive patient outcomes!”  

    Ready to apply now?

    Fill out a streamlined application today and fast-track your career.