Valley has received Magnet designation — the highest honor given to an organization’s professional nursing practice — since 2003. Jean Watson’s Humanistic Caring theory, Valley’s nursing mission, vision and philosophy are the collective vision of all Valley nurses.
We, the community of nurses, support the mission of The Valley Hospital through our intentional presence in all we do.
Nurses are at the heart of the quality, compassionate care patients receive at The Valley Hospital, Valley Home Care and Valley Medical Group.
All of our nurses are committed to delivering safe, reliable and effective care to every patient, every day.
The revolutionary treatment methods I imagined myself inventing might never have an impact on patients like Jason.
On the other hand, the dedication of just a few volunteers allowed him to play the sport he had always loved.
We provide a compassionate and respectful environment for all members of our community through our Professional Practice Model, patient- and family-centered care.
We, as a community of nurses, will continue to assure professional excellence by evolving the creative art and science of nursing.
Science could not fix Jason's eyesight, but supportive doctors, volunteers, and friends could help him live a fulfilling life.
Spending time with him and others convinced me that, in addition to my research in medical science and technology, I wanted to work directly with those whose ailments cannot currently be cured.