With two hospitals, a comprehensive group of medical partners, a free-standing medical facility, and many outpatient offices, we are one of the largest employers on the Delmarva Peninsula.
We’re committed to exceeding patients’ expectations and ensuring that our values of excellence and teamwork are shared by all. If you are a qualified professional who cares about community, we have a place for you.
- Generous paid time off and an extended illness bank
- Corporate wellness program with incentives
- Medical, dental and vision insurance
- Short and long-term disability
- Paid life and accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) insurance
- Flexible spending account (FSA)
- Workers’ compensation
- Travel reimbursement
- Tuition reimbursement
- Continuing education
- 403(b) retirement program
- 24-hour Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Pharmacy discounts
- Employee events and celebrations
- TidalHealth sponsored volunteer opportunities to give back to the community
- On-site Daycare (TidalHealth Peninsula Regional)
- Employee discounts on food and beverages from the Riverview Food Court (TidalHealth Nanticoke)
About Our Area
Ask any local and you’ll get pretty near the same answer every time. People here love – and not necessarily in this order – the beach, the seafood, the region’s history and the friendly folks making you feel at home, even when just hanging around one of our many beach towns on summer vacation.
And that’s a great place to start. “Down the Ocean” as our friends say on the “other side” of the Bay. Translated for the rest of us, that’s the beach at Assateague Island or Ocean City, Maryland, the Eastern Shore’s main drawing card.
Seafood Is Our Specialty
If the quickest way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, then the fastest way to fall in love with the Eastern Shore is through our abundant seafood. The ocean and bay provide unlimited fishing, crabbing and clamming opportunities, but it’s the Maryland Blue Crab that is the staple for this region.
For generations, the watermen (commercial fisherman, clam and crab harvesters) of Crisfield, Deal Island and Smith Island, to name a few locations, have been making their living off the Chesapeake Bay’s seafood bounty.
Explore the Shore
Some of the greatest times you’ll ever have on the Eastern Shore are weekends when you pack up the car and point yourself in any direction. There are terrific little (and not so little) towns dotting the map with wonderful downtowns and attractions.
Options for Education
Those looking to advance their education may do so at local award-winning institutions including Salisbury University, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in Princess Anne. Also offering excellent community college opportunities and curriculums are Wor Wic Community College in Salisbury, MD, Chesapeake College in Wye Mills, MD, and Delaware Technical Institution in Georgetown, DE.
Home Sweet Home
The Eastern Shore offers plenty of choices for homes and a wide variety of prices throughout the region.
“Nice and affordable homes, town homes, and apartments are abundant with purchase prices below $200,000 and rents from $800 per month, and even less in some locations,” stated Susan Megargee, a local real estate associate broker/branch manager.
The area also offers high end, multi-hundred thousand or multi-million dollar homes on the waterfront, oceanfront, in upscale neighborhoods and everything in between.
But it’s that Eastern Shore “toes in the sand” approach to enjoying life that has prompted many in the medical profession to put down some very long reaching roots here.
“I’ve worked in a variety of healthcare settings across the United States. The majority of my nursing career has been spent living and working on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. It truly is the best of all worlds. I like the ‘small town’ atmosphere and the sense of pride and the emphasis on community service that is a part of the Medical Center where I work. For me, the Eastern Shore is the place I call home. I have raised my family here and I’m now enjoying watching my granddaughter also enjoy this beautiful area.”Registered Nurse, Carol Moore
"I really love it because it’s more relaxed, not as intense, a great place to raise a family and provides that small town environment and feel. A major traffic jam here is sitting at a light for more than one cycle.”Registered Nurse, Patti Serkes