Nursing Mission, Vision and Values

Mission Statement

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton is committed to Excellence through Service. We exist to promote, preserve and restore the health of our community.

Vision Statement

Our vision is to passionately pursue the health and well-being of your patients, employees, and the community through our culture of exceptional service and commitment to quality.

Values Statement

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital values TEAMWORK.

Trust- We are responsible for and committed to those who place their trust I us for healthcare.

Ethical Behavior - We perform our daily work in a manner which is right and good and benefits our patients, families and one another.

Accountability - We are responsible for all our interactions with the lives that we touch.

Make an Impact – We provide the highest quality care and service, maintain operational efficiency and seek out innovative methods to improve care.

We – We are proud to be employees of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton and its affiliates.

Openness – We foster an environment of collaboration, camaraderie, transparency and communication.

Respect – We treat everyone in our diverse community with dignity, sensitivity, and integrity.

Kindness – We demonstrate compassion, empathy and understanding in our daily encounters with all.

Professional Practice Model

nursing practice model

Patient and Family Centered Care is the overarching principle that guides nursing practice at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton (RWJUHH). Nurses and interprofessional colleagues form partnerships with patients and families and utilize evidence-based practice congruent with their preferences to achieve exemplary outcomes. A modified primary care delivery model is utilized in the majority of patient care units at RWJUHH. In this type of model, nursing care decisions are de-centralized with a focus on autonomy, accountability, and outcomes. Registered Nurses (RNs) partner with patients, families, and interprofessional colleagues to assess, plan, individualize, implement, and evaluate comprehensive care across the health care continuum.

A bi-directional sphere encircling the star was added which lists environment, interprofessional collaboration, global trends, and outcomes as factors that influence the delivery of patient and family centered care.

The colors of the star were integrated to illustrate that the components of the model are not addressed in isolation and all aspects of nursing practice are based on the standards set forth by the American Nurses Association (ANA) and the Magnet® model conceptualized by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

Patient Stories

  • "They take a genuine interest in making a patient’s life more comfortable.”

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  • "Giving back to the place where I received such amazing care is very important to me."

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  • “If your body is telling you to, seek medical help.”

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