Mission Health

Mission Health is a large and complex organization. Our story begins more than 130 years ago out of a five-room house in downtown Asheville. Now a growing seven-hospital health system serving nearly 1 million people in 18 counties with more than 12,000 dedicated team members, our story continues today with some of the nation’s highest quality of care and the compassion and integrity we were founded upon.

Our History: A Legacy of Caring

In 1885, a small group of women set out to establish a place in Asheville where the sick and those in need of a home could heal. The women of the Little Flower Mission couldn’t have imagined their little hospital would result in the modern medical center that serves western North Carolina today. Read our story.

Community Investment: Our Commitment to Our Community

Our work inside of our hospital walls is only part of our work. Learn more how we’re meeting our community’s health needs through community partnerships, sponsorships and grants that make health, healing and access to care possible. Learn more about our commitment to our community.

Energy & Sustainability: Our Commitment to the Environment

Our goal is to minimize our energy consumption 30% by 2020. Learn how our teams are working to reduce our carbon footprint. Learn more about our commitment to the environment.

Innovation & Preparing for Our Future

The needs of our patient population are growing and we are growing with it. Learn more about our current construction projects and how we are advancing healthcare.

Nationally Ranked

Ranked No. 1 in North Carolina, Mission Health is also one of the top health systems in the nation.

Mission Health has been ranked among the Top 15 in the nation six times in the last seven years. We are committed to helping every person achieve their desired outcome through reliable, quality and patient-centered care.

Our Mission & Values

Mission Health is committed to improving the lives and health of the people of western North Carolina. Here is who we are and how we do that.

As western North Carolina’s leader in advanced medical care, we take our responsibility seriously. Our mission, vision and core values guide us as we work to heal our patients, care for every person and improve the health of our entire region.

Our mission is to improve the health and lives of the people of western North Carolina

Our core values, “MERIT,” are the foundation of our workplace and culture:

  • Mercy: We work to create a caring and compassionate environment responsive to the emotional, spiritual and physical needs of all persons.
  • Excellence: We strive to meet and exceed our patients’ and consumers’ needs, and work collectively to improve every aspect of our care and services.
  • Respect: We value the innate dignity of all persons, respect their uniqueness and diversity, and enable the development of each person’s full potential.
  • Integrity: We are consistently open, honest and ethical, and abide by our Corporate Compliance Program and integrity statement to always do the right thing by being honest in our interactions with one another, our patients and our business contacts.
  • Trust/Teamwork: We say what we mean and do what we say, and work collectively to improve every aspect of our care and services.

Mission Health has been ranked among the Top 15 in the nation six times in the last seven years. We are committed to helping every person achieve their desired outcome through reliable, quality and patient-centered care.

$24.95 - $43.65 hourly
Mission Health Asheville, NC, USA
Aug 03, 2018
Full time
Job Summary:   Delivers patient care under the supervision of a physician in an outpatient setting. Facilitates the delivery of care for the comfort and well being of patients. Utilizes assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation skills, to provide and document care and teaching of patients and family. Implements medically prescribed interventions, within professional scope. Supports and provides oversight as needed by the Director. Required Education:   Completion of Bachelors program in Nursing, Engineering, or related field. Preferred Education:   BS in Nursing or Engineering   Required License:   For Nursing, NC State Nursing License as RN. International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners (IBHRE) certification in Cardiac Electrophysiology (CCDS, Certified Clinical Device Specialist per the Heart Rhythm Society)   Required Experience:   Three years of experience in the field of cardiac pacing or electrophysiology with direct exposure to patient care   Preferred Experience:   Three or more years of experience in a medical office device clinic.