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3 Reasons Why Work-Life Balance Works for Planned Parenthood Nurses

We help our nurses achieve balance by offering:

1. A predictable schedule

Our nurses are spouses, parents, friends, siblings, community members and so much more. A predictable schedule with set hours allows our nurses to thrive in their roles both on and off the job. In addition, our nurses enjoy a generous benefits package that includes paid time off (PTO) and 10 paid holidays.

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2. No overnights

You never have to work an overnight shift. In addition to daytime hours and a convenient schedule, no overnight shifts helps our nurses maintain a balanced work and personal life. We recognize the challenges our nurses face and we strive to support them in both their personal and professional lives.

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3. Rotating Saturday shifts

Everyone appreciates weekends off, and our nurses are no different. Rotating Saturday shifts allow our nurses to plan and enjoy weekends off. Nurses often have to work holidays, overnights, weekends and long shifts to care for their patients.

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Planned Parenthood Nurses Make the Difference

Nurses are at the forefront of Planned Parenthood’s mission to deliver quality care and education that empowers individuals and families. One of the ways we provide the best possible care is to support our dedicated nursing staff.

We recognize the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance, which is why we’ve created an environment that meets the needs of both our patients and the nurses that care for them. 

Competitive Pay

PPCWNY nurses are a valued members of our team. We are proud to provide competitive compensation and total rewards. 

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