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At St. Boniface Hospital, we are focused on giving the safest and highest level of care to every person, every day, every encounter.

To this end, we have embarked on a journey to transform care processes in ways that help redirect nurses’ time to patient care. Staff involvement in improving care processes is central to our vision. Nurses are caregivers, teachers, scientists and researchers, involved in all aspects of patient care. Our transformation activities call upon your expertise and leadership to bring changes to care processes.

Creativity and innovation coupled with compassion and specialized nursing skills are increasingly required in today’s world to meet the needs of our communities of patients and their families. We look to each of you to share your knowledge and skills.

As one of Winnipeg’s leading acute care, teaching and research organizations, St. Boniface Hospital provides an environment that values and supports nurses. Our eight clinical programs offer an amazing variety of opportunities whatever your goal and career path – as a direct care provider at the bedside, nurse clinician, educator, clinical nurse specialist, nurse practitioner, researcher, manager or director – and a diversity of practice and challenges to help you grow.

If our vision and mission of care inspires you, join us for the opportunity to make a difference.

At St. Boniface, practice nursing in a way that gives meaning to life!

What our patients have said about our nurses:

“ I wish to commend you for hiring Janet (6AW). She is a wonderful nurse and I applaud her for her empathy towards all her patients. While I was recovering from surgery, Janet was very caring and effective in allaying any fears I and others may have had. There was no mistaking that she is well trained and competent.”

“From admission to discharge, your nursing staff made me feel important, and their care was exceptional. Each individual, no matter how inconsequential our contact, was professional, considerate and compassionate.”