Looking to make the next step in your career? CaroMont Health offers a warm, friendly, community-based environment for both new grads and experienced nurses. With nearly 1,200 Registered Nurses in our organization, we are always looking to hire nurses who share in our mission - to provide compassionate, exceptional and highly reliable care to all of our patients.

With our new Critical Care Tower opening in early 2023, a new hospital under construction in Belmont and our growing academic partnerships for professional growth and development opportunities, there has never been a better time to join CaroMont Health.

RN sign-on bonuses available up to $13,000 (based on experience).

At CaroMont Health, we offer: Specialty Departments
  • A professional and supportive nursing environment
  • Opportunities for professional growth and development
  • Mentorship and residency* programs
  • Competitive salary and shift differential
  • Tuition reimbursement (eligibility within 90 days of hire date)
  • Opportunity for certification assistance and pay
  • Competitive paid time off program
  • Access to Gaston College's new portable simulation lab
*Residency programs are available in both medical/surgical and critical care through the Med/Surg Academy and Critical Care Residency.
  • Hospice
  • Long term care
  • Inpatient including:
    • Medical/surgical
    • Intermediate care
    • Acute care
    • Emergency Services
    • Women’s health
    • Pediatrics
    • Psych

Paid Education and Certification

For inpatient RNs (excluding coordinators, educators, shift managers, assistant managers, etc) we offer additional pay for BSN, MSN or doctorate and also offer increased pay for approved certifications related to their specialty.

New Nursing Graduates

We offer an excellent mentor new nurse graduate intern program to ensure your success as a Registered Nurse. The program provides a transitional clinical experience by incorporating the ideas of nursing education with the realities of hospital nursing. You will be hired as an RN (must be listed on the Board of Nursing prior to starting), work as an RN, be paid as an RN, but not be left alone. The individualized Internship Program allows time for classroom, clinical and module participation.