Nursing Careers at Good Shepherd

At Good Shepherd Rehabilitation, the care we deliver extends far beyond the bedside.

You’re connected to your patients and residents, your colleagues and community. You are not a number. Leaders know your name. You collaborate, teach, learn and grow.

You make a difference.

Good Shepherd is a place where we strive to develop leading-edge solutions for all ages and stages, serve as a test site for the newest rehabilitation technologies and inspire hope in all we do.

Whether a new graduate or an experienced clinical professional, discover why Good Shepherd is a great move for you.


RNs for 2-year commitment


LPNs for 2-year commitment


CNAs for 2-year commitment

For more info, email [email protected] or call/text 484-894-1659 (RNs/LPNs) or 484-280-1772 (CNAs/NAs).

Nursing & Nursing Support Careers

Good Shepherd seeks Registered Nurses (RNs), licensed practical nurses (LPNs), certified nursing assistants (CNA) and nursing assistants (NA) who understand and align with the importance of outcomes and patient-centered care, and who also are:

At Good Shepherd, we offer career opportunities in three different post-acute nursing specialties: long-term care, long-term acute care and rehabilitation.

Why Nurses Choose Good Shepherd

In addition to a dynamic health-care setting focused on providing a culture of belonging for our team members, Good Shepherd offers:

Nursing Leadership

An accomplished health-care executive with more than 25 years of experience in advancing patient outcomes and promoting nursing excellence in small hospital settings and large academic health systems, Jeanne Dzurenko oversees Good Shepherd’s nursing, patient safety, respiratory therapy, pharmacy, infection prevention, quality and regulatory compliance, education, wound care, staffing and float pool teams.

Jeanne Dzurenko, MPH, BSN, NEA-BC, Senior Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer

“If you are looking for an exciting opportunity in three different post-acute specialties, I invite you to visit us and consider a career in this exciting aspect of patient/resident care. I look forward to welcoming you to Good Shepherd!”

-Jeanne Dzurenko

Message from Our Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer

Nurses and nursing assistants play a crucial role in the health and well-being of our communities. This became even more apparent in recent years as the pandemic challenged health-care systems and communities across the country; and, it continues to do so.

The importance of post-acute care in the care continuum was also highlighted during the past two years as emergency rooms and acute tertiary hospitals became challenged with managing volume.

Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network proudly provides acute inpatient rehabilitation, long-term acute care and long-term care to Eastern Pennsylvania communities. Our Nursing team is paramount to Good Shepherd’s success as a free-standing post-acute network.

I am truly honored to lead the Nursing Department. Our accomplishments within the last year, which continue to be top priorities, include:

  • Developing and implementing a Just Culture
  • Focusing on retaining our staff
  • Planning for a new acute rehabilitation hospital
  • Supporting nursing workflow
  • Beginning the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Pathways to Excellence journey

Employee centricity, evidence-based clinical care and excellent patient experience are our pillars.

If you are part of the Good Shepherd Nursing team, I have profound gratitude for your perseverance and commitment to our patients, residents and colleagues.

If you are looking for an exciting opportunity in three different post-acute specialties, I invite you to visit us and consider a career in this exciting aspect of patient/resident care. I look forward to welcoming you to Good Shepherd!

Locations/Care Settings

Good Shepherd has a number of locations where RNs, LPNs, CNAs and NAs play a key role in the care team.


Our flagship inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Allentown with specialized teams of clinicians — nurses, physicians, therapists, neuropsychologists and more — working to return patients to their highest possible level of functional independence following stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, amputation and other traumatic injuries.

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Our long-term acute care hospital in Bethlehem that provides care for complex respiratory, wound and other cases where patients are too ill to be discharged to skilled nursing, inpatient rehabilitation or home.

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The only facility in the region offering inpatient rehabilitation and specialized programs for children with complex medical conditions, including stroke, spinal cord injury, complex respiratory, feeding, neonatal abstinence syndrome and non-accidental injuries.

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Our two long-term care residential homes in Bethlehem and Allentown, respectively, that offer intermediate, heavy or skilled nursing care for persons with physical disabilities, including cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, traumatic injury and spina bifida.

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To learn more about nursing opportunities, contact our Talent Acquisition Team at [email protected].

Good Shepherd is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to their race, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by State or Federal law.