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We love the work we do
Our amazing caregivers (and important community partners) starred in this video to let the world know how much they love what they do.
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Now hiring 16/17 year olds
We have recently opened some positions in our health system to people who are 16 or 17 years old. (Previously, you couldn't work for St. Charles unless you were at least 18.)
Available areas: Food service attendant/worker*; deli/cafe attendant; dish room attendant; room service delivery/pantry; food pantry cook; prep cook; EVS attendant. *Diet Aide positions are not eligible at this time.Search jobs
With a variety of nursing positions available, you can choose a career path that fits both your interests AND your lifestyle.Learn more
Are you community-minded with a passion for rural medicine? We're seeking providers who want to invest long-term in a small town.Learn more
Our Food Services Department has redefined "hospital food" in a BIG way and earns high praise from our patients and their families.Join the team!
"I know I’m going to be somebody’s memory. When you come to work, you’re going to be your patient’s memory for the rest of their lives so you have to decide whether you’re going to be a good memory or a bad memory. So when I walk into work every day, I think, ‘What kind of memory am I going to be today?’"
- Dana, RN, Family Birthing Center
"As a member of the LGBTQ community and co-lead of St. Charles’ SOGI workgroup, I am extra proud of St. Charles for taking a closer look at how we deliver inclusive and patient-centered care to truly care for all. Together, we are making a huge positive impact within our community and I am really proud to be part of that."
- Frances, Epic EHR Application Analyst II and co-lead of St. Charles' Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity workgroup.
"You know when you walk into something like that it’s, you just have to let everything go, you know, and like you’re receiving and giving at the same time ... I always feel that when I go in - you’re giving something but you’re also receiving something back from them ... So when it comes out, it’s all one beautiful expression of love and caring. That’s what this place is, you know, I want it to be like that forever …"
-Bill, St. Charles Bend EKG Technician, on playing for our patients and their families