Learn how great it is to be a nurse at Signallamp Health

Slide Learn what it's like working for Signallamp Video Thumbnail Signallamp Health - Speech Bubble Signallamp Health - Jen
  • You can enjoy a flexible work schedule
  • We encourage a healthy work/life balance
  • Our team works with the same patients every month and helps them improve health outcomes and experiences
  • Your co-workers are awesome
  • We’re an innovative company in one of health care’s most progressive spaces
  • Hard Work Both Appreciated & Compensated w/ Opportunities to Earn Bonuses
  • We strive to create an inclusive, diverse work environment
  • We offer robust training and onboarding so you feel confident about your job
  • You’ll find lots of room for advancement and promotions
  • You get incredible benefits, including full medical, dental, vision and 401(k)

Want to join a winning team?

Check out our current openings and apply today!

A map showing Signallamp's Footprint & the home states of our nurses

Don't just take our word for it. Hear it directly from our nurses!

Being a Nurse with Signallamp Health: Fabiola, RN, Pennsylvania

Fabiola, RN, Pennsylvania

Being a Nurse with Signallamp Health: Fabiola, RN, Pennsylvania Hospital-based care is expensive. And except for acute scenarios, from a nurse’s perspective, it’s also a poor way to manage chronic illness. The incident-based care landscape raises plenty of challenges for … Read More

Featured Post
Being a Nurse with Signallamp Health: Stephanie, LPN, New Jersey

Stephanie, LPN, New Jersey

Being a Nurse with Signallamp Health: Stephanie, LPN, New Jersey Signallamp Health nurse case managers overwhelmingly say they provide better care because they connect with their patients at a distance. Part of that comes from developing trusting relationships. But telemedicine … Read More

Featured Post
Being a Nurse with Signallamp Health: Kathleen, RN, Pennsylvania

Kathleen, RN, Pennsylvania

Being a Nurse with Signallamp Health: Kathleen, RN, Pennsylvania Signallamp Health strips away the busyness of the clinical setting. It’s just a nurse case manager and their patient, one-to-one, in a place where real care can happen.  “I see that … Read More

Featured Post