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The quality care delivered to patients at REACH is achieved by the teamwork of our staff members. Due to the nature of our work, wherever a staff person is at any
moment, the individual must respond to the situation at hand. Depending on what
each new work day brings to the hospital, one could find him/herself performing
any number of tasks that might not necessarily be their assigned job duties. Whether it is assisting with CPR on a patient or telling a client, “I’ll get someone to help you,” action is a key element to providing satisfactory emergency and specialty services to both patients and clients. Regardless of what may be going on, our guiding principle is to provide the highest quality medical care with the utmost compassion.
As each patient is an individual with specific needs, clients too are unique, and some may require extra attention. While staff members are assigned various roles throughout the hospital, frequently the boundaries dissolve. Often staff members perform tasks outside their assigned realm to aid in the resolution of a difficult case or to help out in an area that is exceptionally busy. Staff members in all positions answer the telephone and the caller’s questions. The assigned positions below include those tasks and responsibilities but are not limited to the ones listed.
The following are positions that we fill but may not necessarily be hiring for at this time:
- ICU Nurse
- Outpatient/ER Nurse
- Veterinary Assistant
- Client Services
- Hospital Attendant
- Internal Medicine Nurse
- Surgical Nurse
All applicants will be required to submit to a background screening, drug testing and/or alcohol testing as a condition of employment in accordance with the company’s drug and alcohol policy.
It is the policy of the company to provide equal opportunity with regard to all terms and conditions of employment. The company complies with federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, gender, disability, veteran status, age, or any other protected characteristic.