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Mercy Hospital South

St. Louis, MO

Mercy Hospital South is the third-largest medical center in the St. Louis metropolitan area, serving families in St. Louis County, St. Louis City, Jefferson County, Franklin County, Saint Francois County and Sainte Genevieve County in Missouri, along with Monroe, Randolph and St. Clair counties in Illinois.

Mercy Hospital St. Louis

St. Louis, MO

Mercy Hospital St. Louis has been a healing presence in the St. Louis region for more than 150 years. Today, we continue providing compassionate medical and specialty care on our centrally located campus at I-270 and I-64/US 40. We offer all-private rooms and the peace of mind of our nationally-recognized care. Mercy’s hospital in St. Louis has been recognized numerous times for our quality of care.

Mercy Hospital Washington

Washington, MO

Mercy Hospital - Washington is an acute care hospital offering comprehensive medical, surgical, obstetric and pediatric services. As the only Level III Trauma Center between St. Louis and Jefferson City, Mercy Hospital offers an experienced medical staff that is specially trained in trauma care. Located just 50 miles southwest of St. Louis, Mercy Hospital is committed to quality health care for its service area of more than 150,000 residents.

Mercy Hospital Jefferson

Festus, MO

Mercy Hospital Jefferson is a 251-bed acute care facility located in Festus, Mo., providing 24-hour emergency room care and a full range of diagnostic, preventive and restorative health care services. Jefferson Memorial Hospital opened on May 15, 1957, and Jefferson Regional Medical Center became a Mercy Hospital on Feb. 1, 2013. In 2018, the new Mercy Cancer Center opened. Quality and patient safety are our top priorities.

Mercy Hospital Springfield

Springfield, MO

Mercy Hospital Springfield is known for its unique combination of leading-edge health care provided by a compassionate team. Our common goal is to provide you with high-quality care and an experience that is easier and more personal. You can count on us to focus on innovation, safety, and patient satisfaction. Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1891, our 886-bed Springfield hospital serves people throughout southwest Missouri and northwest Arkansas.

Mercy Hospital Joplin

Joplin, MO

The opening of Mercy Hospital Joplin brings an unprecedented leap forward in health care while fulfilling a promise to build a stronger community. Mercy’s commitment to Joplin dates to 1896 when the Sisters of Mercy began caring for this community. When there was a need, Mercy answered. Today, we need the Joplin community to join with us and insist that all our neighbors have Mercy as a health care option.

Mercy Hospital Ada

Ada, OK

Mercy Hospital Ada is a 156-bed, acute-care facility serving Pontotoc County and the surrounding areas in south-central Oklahoma. The hospital recently earned the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission for Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO) for its compliance with national quality and patient safety standards. In addition, the Mercy Cancer Center at Mercy Hospital Ada has earned accreditation from the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer (CoC).

Mercy Hospital Ardmore

Ardmore, OK

Mercy Hospital Ardmore is a full-service tertiary hospital with 190 licensed beds, a staff of nearly 1,100 and almost 100 physicians. We’re southern Oklahoma’s leader in providing cancer care and our Joint Replacement Center has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for its compliance with national quality and patient safety standards. With technologies like our integrated electronic health record and MyMercy, we are making health care easier than ever before.

Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City, OK

Bringing care directly to those who need it has always been part of Mercy’s mission. Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City is the state’s first hospital to earn Advanced Certification for Comprehensive Stroke Centers by The Joint Commission. We were the first hospital in the state to receive The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Spine Surgery Certification. We also received an A grade in The Leapfrog Group’s Spring 2020 Hospital Safety Grades.

Mercy Hospital Rogers

Rogers, AR

Mercy Hospital Northwest Arkansas is a 200-bed not-for-profit hospital where compassionate, expert physicians and nurses care for the people of Northwest Arkansas. The centerpiece of our expansion is a $147 million, seven-story tower that increases capacity from 200 beds to 300 plus beds. A highlight of Our $277 million expansion is The McMillon Family Heart Unit, which features 36 cardiac inpatient beds, new nurses’ stations, family consultation rooms, and much more.

Mercy Hospital Fort Smith

Ft. Smith, AR

As a 336-bed acute care hospital in Fort Smith, AR, Mercy Hospital Fort Smith has more than a 100-year history of providing care to all who need it. Today, we’re focused on building a better health care experience for you and your family. We do it with a dedicated team of health care professionals, innovative technology and new services. Our tradition of compassionate care and exceptional service remains.

Founded in 1827. Yes, in 1827!

Mercy is not just our name; it’s also our mission. When you join us, you stand proudly alongside generations of leaders, innovators, and exceptional caregivers who continue to make a difference. Our legacy has touched millions of lives and helped evolve care for nearly two centuries, and we’re not stopping. Our purpose is clear — to inspire great people to join us in our journey to make Mercy even stronger.

Join us in our mission.

Our Mercy health system was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1986. But our heritage goes back more than 190 years. It began at an unlikely time in an unlikely place with an unlikely woman. In 1827, our founder, Catherine McAuley fulfilled her dreams and opened the first House of Mercy in Dublin, Ireland to help alleviate the health care, education and employment needs of poor women and children. In 1871, the Sisters of Mercy traveled to St. Louis and from there throughout the Midwest, beginning what would, today be known as Mercy. We’ve been caring for our communities ever since.


Centuries of Making a Difference

Centuries of Making a Difference

When you become part of Mercy, you carry the torch forward. For over two hundred years, the Sisters of Mercy have touched the lives of millions in our health care systems, schools, and communities. Help us transform health care.

Why Mercy?

We’ve been named one of the top five large U.S. health systems for four consecutive years (2016 - 2019) by IBM Watson Health, among countless other achievements and awards.

Our commitment to excellence in care has no boundaries. We offer unlimited ways to grow and serve our communities through our extensive network of award-winning facilities—At Mercy, you will have an opportunity to make a difference in your life and your career.

Two centuries of excellence


Impressive Incentives

Up to $20k sign-on bonuses available for experienced bedside nurses with 1+ years of experience

PTO Frontload (either 40 or 80 hours based on years of experience)

$20k loan forgiveness for new grad nurses

(must start within 12 months of graduation date)

Relocation assistance

Enticing Benefits

Day one medical, vision, and dental coverage


Tuition and professional development reimbursement program

Employer matched retirement funds and plans