About Children's

Careers in Nursing

Diane Hupp

Diane Hupp, RN, MSN

At Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC our nurses set the standards for pediatric care. They understand that each child’s – and family’s – needs are unique and that outstanding care must be delivered in a diverse and compassionate manner. Our nurses build special relationships with each child and family.

At Children’s Hospital, we nurture our patients as well as our staff. We provide children with high-quality health care in a family-centered environment while empowering our nurses to influence how that care is delivered.

Nurses play a critical role in fulfilling Children’s mission of improving the health and well-being of all children through excellence in patient care, teaching and research. To that end, we ensure they have the necessary tools to fulfill that role. Our Training and Education Program helps nurses develop the knowledge and skills required to deliver quality care in a rapidly changing and technologically advanced environment. The Professional Development Program rewards and acknowledges nurses for their performance and professional growth.

Moreover, we collaborate to establish a climate that allows professional practice to flourish – formally through our Shared Governance Councils, and informally through on-the-job teamwork.

Working at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC can be one of the most rewarding career decisions you will ever make.

Join us for the opportunity to work with some incredible kids!

Diane Hupp, RN, MSN
Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

Last Update
December 3, 2012
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Last Update
December 3, 2012