Nursing at Memorial Hermann

Memorial Hermann Health System empowers nurses today to lead and shape the future.

Recognized regionally and nationally for safe, high-quality care, Memorial Hermann strongly believes that nursing is an integral part of delivering personalized care to patients and communities, and that nurses are key contributors to the health delivery team.

Focused on the goal of creating healthier communities now and in the future, Memorial Hermann’s exemplary nursing program is built on professional engagement, career development, health care partnerships, patient safety, workplace safety, employee physical and mental wellness, equity, diversity and inclusion.

Memorial Hermann values nursing as an integral part of delivering personalized care to patients and communities. Nurses are key contributors to the health delivery team and are supported by a variety of programs, professional development opportunities and structures. The division of nursing aligns values, quality outcomes, innovation and clinical expertise for continuous evolvement of professional practice.

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From the Chief Nursing Executive

Memorial Hermann Nursing StrategyMemorial Hermann’s commitment to advancing health and personalizing care is reflected in our nurses—approximately 14,000 highly skilled and dedicated professionals who bring their special touch of empathy and expertise to patients throughout Greater Houston each day.

At the very heart of the Memorial Hermann experience is our extraordinary nursing staff, consistently recognized for excellence, including Magnet® recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). Magnet® recognition is a reflection of nursing professionalism, teamwork and excellence in patient care.

As we celebrate our accomplishments, we recognize that our profession cannot stand still, so we are implementing several initiatives to support our threefold Enterprise Nursing Strategic Pillar: Grow, Excel, Reimagine. Among those are the creation of our Memorial Hermann Institute for Nursing Excellence, launching the innovative health care-focused HEAL High School (Health Education and Learning High School) with Aldine ISD to prepare and connect students to health care careers, and development of our System Professional Governance Congress.

At Memorial Hermann, we remain committed to providing our nurses with the tools and resources necessary to deliver high-quality care and ensuring their voices are heard as we carry out our shared vision of nursing excellence throughout the communities we serve.


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Bryan Sisk, DNP, MPH, RN, NE-BC, CENP
Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive
Memorial Hermann Health System

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