A Message from our CNO

We chose a career in nursing because we want to help others. Along the way, we realized that it’s not just about the patients we care for every day at the bedside, but also about their families and loved ones, who are impacted by the healthcare experience. Nurses have the privilege and honor of being with patients and their families during vulnerable times. We work hard to earn our nursing license and effectively care for others, while also mentoring other caregivers. 

As a nurse, you have worked hard for your education and deserve to work for an organization that values your knowledge and skills, and supports your development. Self Regional Healthcare offers these opportunities and allows nurses to do their best work. If you believe that working in a community hospital and caring for your friends, neighbors, and community members is the right fit for your career, we would love to hear from you!

Carol Stefaniak

Our vision for the nursing program is to promote a healthy work environment where nurses can provide innovative and compassionate care in collaboration with an interdisciplinary team. We believe in advancing the practice of nursing through self-governance and professional development, and in using evidence-based practices to continuously improve the delivery of patient-centered care. At Self Regional Healthcare, we strive to be the leader in the field of nursing and to make a positive impact on the health and well-being of the patients and their families we are entrusted to serve.

RNs and LPNs please contact: 

Annette Burnett: Talent Acquisition Consultant

Office: 864-725-4999


PCTs please contact:

Anna Long: Talent Acquisition Coordinator

Office: 864-725-5316


CARE Program

The CARE Program is an opportunity for senior level Lander University nursing students to gain clinical experiences, in a preceptor led environment. These students will earn clinical credit, outside of the traditional instructor led setting as a Self Regional Healthcare team member. Flexible self-scheduling allows for work and school balance.  Enrolled students will become team members who are paid hourly, receive financial incentives, and preferential consideration for Registered Nurse job placement. Contractual agreement of 1 year of service, post RN licensure, is required.

For more information:

CARE Program Overview

Care Program Scheduling Info Sheet

Dedicated Educational Unit [DEU]

With this new and innovative approach to Clinical Nursing Education, we have a partnership of Staff Nurses and Nurse Leaders who have taken Specialized Preceptor Courses to transform the unit’s culture. The environment is fully supportive of nursing students and assisting their professional growth in a Preceptor led environment, all while providing high quality patient care. 

Self Scholars

The Self Scholars program extends valuable scholarships to Lander’s most eligible nursing students who excel academically, involve themselves in community initiatives and possess career potential, among other characteristics, each year.

For more information, click here.

Piedmont Technical College

Click Here to learn more about Nursing at PTC

This Extern Program is an opportunity for senior level Piedmont Technical College nursing students to gain clinical experiences, in a preceptor led environment. Flexible self-scheduling allows for work and school balance.  Enrolled students will become team members who are paid hourly, receive financial incentives, and preferential consideration for Registered Nurse job placement. Contractual agreement of 1 year of service, post RN licensure, is required.

“We offer state-of-the-art clinical care in a professional and compassionate environment.  We provide Advanced Care in several sub-specialties, including Cardiology, Neuro/Spine, Orthopedics, Oncology, and Behavioral Health.”

– Sharee Austin, RN

“I love working for an organization that is committed to meeting nurses where they are when they begin employment. I know that the leadership here is committed to helping me grow to achieve my personal and professional goals.”

– Shannon Gibert, RN

“Self Regional supports continuing education, including inhouse professional education, external training opportunities, and formal educational endeavors. That support has been a game-changer for my career.”

– Amy Logan, RN, MSN, CNL

“In the SRH nursing program we practice a Shared Governance Model, which provides value for the patient, as well as our nursing teams.  We encourage our nurses to bring best practice research and process improvement ideas to the table so that we can ensure we are providing each patient with exceptional care.”

– Regan Price, RN

“Our Nursing Leaders support the professional development of their team members, and work hard to get to know and encourage each team member on an individual basis.”

– Maddie Williams, RN

“I love being a nurse at Self Regional. We work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team for optimal patient outcomes, utilizing the comprehensive skills, knowledge, equipment and materials we need to do our jobs. This is what I trained for, and I feel that my career is thriving here.”

– Abritta Carter, RN

Tuition Reimbursement

The Education Assistance Policy covers the organization’s team members who are seeking financial assistance to complete a healthcare-related degree at an accredited college or university in a discipline that is needed by the organization and relevant to the team member’s current or next expected position in the organization.

There is no waiting period for new team members. Fulltime team members are eligible to receive up to $5,250.00 each calendar year and parttime team members are eligible to receive up to $4,000.00 per calendar year.

For more information about tuition reimbursement, contact Doris Lee at doris.lee@selfregional.org.


Self Regional Healthcare has a partnership with Lander University for individuals seeking a to advance from an ADN to BSN degree in conjunction with the educational assistance requirements.  

Click here for more information.

Leadership Development

Emerging and current leaders are eligible to participate in the Self University Leadership Development Program, Orchestrating Excellence.  We believe that leaders, their teams, and our patients benefit from ongoing leadership-focused professional development for our Charge Nurses, Clinical Nurse Leaders, Nurse Managers, Directors and Executives.

Career Pathways

At Self Regional Healthcare, we are looking for team members who want to grow with our organization.  We offer a number of career pathways for our nurses, through formal and informal education opportunities.  We aspire to meet our team members where they are, and help them grow to achieve their personal and professional goals.  In addition to Tuition Reimbursement and Leadership Development Opportunities, we support the growth of our bedside nurses to explore positions such as Preceptors, Clinical Nurse Leaders, Managers, Nurse Practitioners, and movement within the organization to other professional and clinical roles that require foundational nursing skills.

PCT Ladder

The PCT Ladder is the progression of the Patient Care Tech from PCT I to PCT IV.  Each level or rung of the ladder is designed for the PCT to grow professionally in their knowledge and skills to achieve higher levels of confidence and success in the field of healthcare. Each level has financial compensation tiers and requirements for each level must be maintained annually. 

For more information, click here.

Community to PCT Program 

SRH has launched a Community to Bedside PCT program.  Applicants only need to have a high school diploma or its equivalent to apply.  A training program will follow hospital orientation and then orientation as a PCT will begin.  SRH has applied to become a state approved certification center for nursing assistant.  Henceforth, a PCT will be eligible to apply for certification once they have completed the orientation process.

Shared Governance

Shared governance at Self Regional Healthcare empowers nurses to contribute to decision-making processes and work towards continuous improvement in patient care, workflow, and the work environment. Nurses are encouraged to collaborate with other members of the healthcare team and utilize the Nursing Town Council to drive positive change. If you are interested in being a part of these efforts, please speak with your manager.

Nurse Residency Program

The Self Regional Healthcare Nurse Residency Program will start in the summer of 2023 for May graduates. All new graduate nurses will be enrolled in the program. This is a one-year program that boasts evidence-based curriculum to ease the progression of the graduate nurse into their clinical career paths. In this comprehensive Nurse Residency program, Nurse Educators support you and your peers in building critical thinking and clinical reasoning skills that result in improved patient outcomes.

If you wish to recognize or express gratitude for care received, click here to create an electronic card for a Nurse, Patient Care Technician, or Department/Unit.

Recognize a Nurse or Patient Care Technician with a donation by clicking here and selecting “Grateful Patient Donor Program” from the dropdown menu.

Nominate a Patient Care Technician for a Bee Award?

Nominate a Nurse for a Daisy Award?

(Greenwood, S.C., March 31, 2023) Several Self Regional Healthcare team members, care workers and nurses were honored with DAISY and BEE Awards, two recognitions that highlight the incredible efforts of nurses and other healthcare workers.
Award recipients are nominated by patients, families and colleagues, and are then selected by a committee of nurses at Self Regional.
Our recent DAISY Award winners are Avreal Brown, LPN, 7T; Jessie Miller, RN, ICU, and Katie Darmer, RN, Women’s Center. Our most recent BEE award winners are Emily Turner, RT, BHU; Gail Teague, Ward Secretary and Tan Parks, EVS.