Proud to Serve the people of WAUKEGAN
Ready to join a Winning Team?
At Vista Health, we take caring for people very personally. In fact, our goal is to treat every person who turns to us for care like we would a family member. Do you have what it takes to be part of a winning team?
Ready to take your nursing career to the next level?
If you are ready to step up to a nursing management position, or if you’re already in that position elsewhere and looking for an environment that values you, we may have the right opportunity for you. We’re seeking several caring professionals who can offer their experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Do you have what it takes?
Considering Case Management?
Explore Our Nursing Opportunities
Nursing SIGN-ON BONUSES?
Yes We Offer them
We understand that the job market is competitive and we offer competitive compensation, including sign on bonuses.
Why we are different?
Vista Health has been delivering babies, saving lives and providing comprehensive, quality patient care in a friendly, compassionate setting to the residents of Lake County since 1891. From our 24/7 ERs in Waukegan and Lindenhurst, to the latest in robotic surgery and all-private birthing rooms, Vista’s experienced and dedicated team of healthcare professionals is devoted caring for the residents of Waukegan and Lake County.
Who works at Vista Health?
Those who work at Vista Health know what a great place it is to not just work, but to build lifetime connections. Our team members have a calling to serve others and to provide amazing care. And we’ve had some who have been with us for quite a long time.
Team Members have been with the hospital for 5+ years.
Team Members have been on board for more than 10 years.
Team Members have 20+ years of service here.
Team Members have been here 30+ years.
What employees say about working here
“I’m keeping my fire burning practicing nursing as a nurse case manager in the community where I live. I look forward to going to work everyday because I love meeting the patients and family needs by ensuring a safe individualized plan of care.”