Our nurses are partners, decision-makers, researchers—and life changers. Here, nurses are fundamental to the excellent care that Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) provides to patients.
Our nurses set us apart from the rest—and make us better.
SCCA is based on the value of collaboration, as three renowned institutions—Fred Hutch, UW Medicine and Seattle Children’s—combine their expertise to create one world-class cancer treatment center. SCCA nurses embody this collaborative spirit, combining powerful science with compassion and partnering with patients and their caregivers to move them forward, past boundaries and toward hope.
At the core of SCCA is a belief that working in partnership with our patients and caregivers is essential. Our nurses go beyond from delivering care to every patient to deeply caring about their outcome.
We care about our nurses, too. We amplify the talents and gifts of SCCA nurses through expanded educational opportunities, higher educational reimbursement programs, mentorships and presentations at local, regional, national and international conferences.
At SCCA, we consider work more than a job. It’s our mission.
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Our environment and culture
When you join SCCA, you join a world-class team.
U.S. News & World Report ranked Seattle Cancer Care Alliance/University of Washington Medical Center among the top ten Best Hospitals in the Nation for Adult Cancer Treatment for 2015-2016. Each institution was evaluated on a number of factors, including patient safety, the nurse-to-patient ratio, and the range of patient services offered. SCCA’s ranking is an important recognition of our commitment to excellence and quality care.
Here at SCCA, nurses, clinicians, researchers, and technicians in one area of expertise work directly with teams from other disciplines including care coordinators, nutritionists, and physical therapists to provide our patients with the best care possible. Our team approach yields better outcomes across the entire spectrum of cancers, as confirmed in a 2015 first-of-its-kind study commissioned by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. We are also proud to be one of the few designated Centers of Excellence by the NIH.
Our medical staff has access to the most modern laboratory equipment and imaging facilities available. With Fred Hutch next door to our main clinic, it’s possible for research in our nurses’ and doctors’ labs to be implemented at our patients’ bedsides. Because our cross-disciplined teams can also design their own unique facilities, breakthroughs in the labs can be integrated into our clinic as efficiently as possible.
Benefits and Perks
We have you covered with best-in-class medical and disability insurance as well as retirement fund options. Our medical staff members are provided with an excellent benefit package as well as other perks including discounts at restaurants, health clubs and transportation. We not only care about the well-being of all of our staff, but want to assure you that you do not have to worry about your well-being as you focus on what matters most – our patients.
SCCA is an Equal Employment Opportunity organization and does not discriminate against any person in matters of employment. Read SCCA's Equal Employment Opportunity policy here.