Leading the Way

Be a nurse at Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Midwestern Regional Medical Center

As a Magnet®-recognized hospital, a distinction that only 6% of hospitals in the country hold, we are truly among the best in the healthcare industry. Furthermore, our ongoing commitment to providing our nurses with the most advanced technologies and facilities as well as a focus on holistic care, helps create an environment that promotes healing and hope. If you are looking to practice nursing at the top of your profession, please join our nursing team at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) at Midwestern Regional Medical Center. We are seeking bright and talented nurses who are determined to discover their path toward success in a rewarding career. Please take the time to learn more about what CTCA at Midwestern can offer you.

Who We Are Looking For

We are seeking qualified nurses to fill roles in the following specialized areas.

Stem Cell

Critical Care

Medical Oncology

Surgical Oncology

Find Your Fit

Check out the qualities of our most successful nurses. If this sounds like you, we would love for you to join our team.

I treat every patient like they are my own family member.

At the core of every nurse-patient interaction is the Mother Standard® of Care, the guiding principle of patient care at CTCA . Our nurses ensure that they provide the same respect and love to their patients, as they would their own parent, grandparent, sibling, friend, or other loved ones.

I am more than just a nurse

CTCA nurses are empowered to go above and beyond. Our patients often tell us that it's the little things they remember most about their care. Small actions like bringing your patient a pillow or blanket or surprising them with a cake on their birthday can leave a lasting impression.

I desire to grow and learn.

Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Midwestern Regional Medical Center encourages all of their nurses to find their own career path–one where they can continue to learn, grow, and reach their potential. Our nurses stay up-to-date on the latest evidence-based practices, actively participate in nursing-centered organizations, and continue their education with certifications and advanced degrees. Additionally, we encourage them to conduct research at our hospitals and present their findings at national conferences.

I am highly-qualified.

We require our nurses to have a OCN upon hire or within two years of being hired. BSN is preferred as well as any other applicable certifications for their specialty. It’s important that just like an oncological surgeon or oncologist–our nurses are trained in cancer treatment and prepared for the unique challenges of this field of medicine.

I am a team player.

Team players succeed here–this is important to maintaining nursing excellence. Support your fellow nurses by constantly offering your assistance and have the confidence to go above and beyond your usual realm of duties. For example, our most successful nurses always check in with their team before leaving at the end of the shift. This is not just a job–being a nurse here is an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of our patients and their loved ones.

I like to solve problems.

As a professional nurse, you know first-hand that you are going to encounter unique challenges and issues surrounding patient care and within the health care system. CTCA at Midwestern nurses are very solution focused, and are highly encouraged by leadership to look for opportunities for improvement, discover solutions and introduce bring them to life as a best practice.

How We Support You

We appreciate our nurses for all that they do for our patients. Allow us to support you with an array of oppotunities and perks. For additional information about these benefits, please contact our recruiters.

Great Nurse-to-Patient Ratio

Achievement in Clinical Excellence (ACE) Ladder Program

Bonus for Certification

Support for Nurse Research

The Nurturer Newsletter

The Daisy Award® for Extraordinary Nurses

Work/Life Balance

Leadership that Empowers

Employee Recognition

Life in Northern Illinois

Enjoy great quality of life in the Midwest. From the charming suburban communities of northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin to local attractions like Illinois Beach State Park, affordable living and family-fun activities abound. For urban adventures, visit the world-class cities fo Chicago, IL, and Milwaukee, WI. Drive time to many destinations is about one hour.

Easy commute from:

Downtown Chicago – 45 minutes

Milwaukee – 35 minutes

Kenosha – 18 minutes

Metra Station – 15 minutes

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