Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply for a job at Maryland hospital? What are some of the benefits of a Maryland hospital career?
Maryland has over 60 hospitals and health systems across the state, so wherever you live, you can work. If you are the type of person that enjoys caring for others, a job in a hospital is a way to turn your passion into a career that offers a wealth of growth opportunities. Working in a hospital offers a great starting salary, benefits, and the opportunity to be a part of a dedicated, talented team of people who truly care for others and want to help.
Visit our hospitals page to learn more about the benefits. To help you apply for jobs, browse the hospitals’ career sites on our locations page. View each hospital in Maryland sorted by county and location.
Where can I study to become a nurse?
Maryland is home to over 55 accredited universities and colleges offering excellent education programs. View nursing programs near you on our education page.
What are the education requirements to work as a nurse or in a hospital in Maryland?
The requirements for nursing school vary, but there are opportunities to work or volunteer in a hospital to see if nursing is the career for you. You can start today as a certified nursing assistant, patient care tech, or radiology tech. These are just a few entry-level positions that can launch your career. Most hospitals provide pathways to support employees looking to pursue a career in nursing or other health care fields. Some programs pay you to go to school so you can earn while you learn. Check out these programs to see which one may be a good fit for your lifestyle and career goals.