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High Point Regional?

From our nurses to our physicians to our support staff, everyone at High Point Regional does everything in their power to deliver the best possible care to the people of North Carolina. It’s a special type of work environment. One where we all share equally in the mission and vision of High Point Regional and everyone gets the support they need to grow their skills, their abilities and their career. But don’t take our word for it. We went to the people who know best—our employees. Discover what they have to say below.


  • Victoria

    Victoria Cantrell

    Registered Nurse

    This is a great community hospital and everyone here shows pride in their jobs and the organization. And when you work here you get to take care of patients and families of North Carolina.

    From critical thinking to quick decision making, the work Victoria does daily requires the ability to navigate a fast-paced work environment while providing great care to the patients she’s in charge of. It also takes a great team, and she’s proud to say that she’s part of a great team working together to help the people of North Carolina get better and stay better.

  • Keisha

    Keisha Staton

    Registered Nurse, Pediatrics

    My work environment is exciting because pediatrics is a specialty filled with the wonderful personalities of all our little friends.

    As a pediatric nurse, it’s important that Keisha knows her patients - and their parents. Every day, she makes sure the people she’s taking care of, and the people responsible for them, have the support and guidance they need for a good hospital stay. It’s just one more way that the work environment at High Point is family-oriented.

  • Elizabeth

    Elizabeth Blaydes

    Registered Nurse, Telemetry

    A good fit for High Point Regional would be a nurse that loves the art and science of nursing. A nurse with a strong drive to succeed, that has a caring heart and dedication to the practice of healing.

    Working on an intermediate care unit means a quick pace and lots of challenges. From developing care plans with physicians to ongoing assessments, caring for critically ill patients takes teamwork and great communication. For Elizabeth that started on her first day at High Point Regional when she instantly felt welcomed and supported by a true sense of community. It’s how her team brings the best care possible to the people of North Carolina.

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