Make a difference as a Rogers nurse

Make a difference as a Rogers nurse


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Rogers Nursing: Compassionate. Engaged. Transforming lives. 

At Rogers, our patients are our number one priority. And our nurses are key to our success. By engaging in a challenging and rewarding career as a Rogers RN, you will have a significant impact on patients and their families. In a supportive and safe environment, we constantly aim to improve the care we deliver and strive to make a difference for our patients every day.

It’s not by chance that Rogers has earned a national reputation as a leading provider of mental health and addiction treatment.  It’s the way we care for our patients to produce excellent clinical outcomes that prove the effectiveness of our treatments. It’s the way we work with each other. Our compassionate care model starts with a strong commitment to place respect and dignity at the forefront of every interaction with patients and each other. It’s engaging in interdisciplinary teamwork to treat patients holistically. These distinctive traits have made us a nationally recognized, not-for-profit provider for children, teens, and adults.

Registered Nurse Interview Days Event

What: Learn more about our exciting RN career opportunities at our Oconomowoc, Brown Deer, and West Allis locations - on-the-spot interviews available with a manager!

Date: Wednesday, October 27 through Friday, October 29

Time: 9 am to 4 pm

Register here

Variety, career progression, and the opportunity to transform lives every day. These are just some of the reasons for joining Rogers. All this in addition to great benefits.

With an outstanding reputation, built up over a 110 year history, we offer unique opportunities for career advancement across a variety of behavioral health service lines treating various conditions and ages.

With ten residential programs, three hospitals, and six outpatient centers in Wisconsin, we also offer treatment across the nation in California, Florida, Illinois, Georgia, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Tennessee.

As the critical element of the care we provide, we understand the importance of providing great benefits to our great people. With competitive pay, our comprehensive benefits package also includes:

  • A $5,000 sign-on bonus for the first 15 nurses hired at our West Allis hospital
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Loan forgiveness (Educational Loan Relief program)
  • Child care
  • Nursing scholarships available for Rogers employees working on nursing degree
  • Retirement program match with immediate vesting
  • Health, dental and vision insurance coverage for you and your family
  • 401(k) retirement plan
  • Employee share program
  • Life/disability insurance
  • Flex spending accounts
  • Health and wellness program
  • Employee assistance program (EAP)

“Rogers’ best asset is offering a wide range of experiences for students who get to observe patients from children and adolescents to adults. The staff are supportive of the students’ growth as they learn more about what it means to be a professional nurse.”

Our locations serve as training sites for over 200 RN students drawn from prominent nursing schools in the Midwest. Rogers also offers clinical placement for psychiatric nurse practitioner students.

All our students benefit from capstone learning that provides the opportunity to focus on the area of nursing that best suits you as an individual. With extra support and training across behavioral health, all our staff want to help you feel welcome and able to discover insights into a professional nursing career.

We currently have clinical inpatient and outpatient placements available in Brown Deer, Oconomowoc and West Allis; plus further outpatient placements in Kenosha. Plus, students can have the opportunity to work with a variety of age ranges from child and adolescent to adult.

Students should contact their school’s program placement coordinator who will work with Rogers to find the right opportunity for you.


We aim to help our new nurses provide the highest standards of care as quickly and efficiently as possible. That’s why we have developed a specific orientation program for nurses entering the organization. Every learning plan will be individually tailored, and the program will cater for nurses from all areas and levels of professional experience.

Our orientation features an intense 10-day classroom training including an overall Rogers orientation plus nursing-specific modules.

Led by nurse educators, topics include:

  • Psychopharmacology
  • Advanced assessment skills
  • Quality and risk education
  • Documentation in the Cerner electronic health record
  • Managing complex patients.

Nursing orientation also integrates simulation experiences and patient care experiences on the unit.

Once the initial orientation is complete, each newly hired nurse works with a trained preceptor who develops an individualized learning plan based on your experience and knowledge.

New graduates

Rogers welcomes the opportunity to work with new graduates who have a passion for behavioral health. Our onboarding process is designed to support new nurses and assure competence in key nursing and assessment skills.



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courtney.jpg"I’ve been a Rogers employee for just over five years now, and I can’t imagine working elsewhere.  I’m currently working towards my Master’s Degree in Nursing, specifically specializing in psychiatry.  My time working at Rogers is valuable to both my personal life, as well as my educational life.  The experience I’ve gained, and continue to gain, through my work at Rogers is priceless."

-Courtney, BSN, RN, adult inpatient unit


Samantha Stotler“I knew it was what I was meant to do,” Samantha says. “I love patient to nurse interaction and being able to help my patients get one step closer to a healthy lifestyle.”

-Samantha, RN, child and adolescent unit

Call 800-767-4411 or go to to request a free screening.