Register now and plan to attend the population health workshop to learn how your hospital can address community needs in the areas of transportation, housing, education, access to healthy foods, physical activity,and others.
Herington Municipal Hospital has registered nurse positions available for those special nurses who want to be part of caring for a community. We offer an alternative shift to the routine 7-7. Our nurses work 4 a.m. to 4 p.m. or 4 p.m. to 4 a.m. giving them a preferred schedule that allows for improved satisfaction with family schedules. We also enjoy flexible patient volumes and acuity. Offering full-time, part-time and PRN opportunities for both day and night shift positions. Competitive wages and benefits offered as well as opportunities for advancement. We are also interested in someone who might be looking for only weekend shifts. If you have the gift to care; WE WANT YOU!!! Apply on line or for more information call 785-258-5123.
New Graduates Welcome! We are offering a $5,000 student loan forgiveness after the successful completion of one year and every year there after until loans are paid in full.
Established RN’s- $5,000 bonus after successful completion of one year.
Current RN licensure in the State of Kansas, CPR certified, ACLS & PALS.
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About Herington Municipal Hospital
Convenient access to quality health care is important to everyone. Since its founding in 1919, Herington Municipal Hospital has recognized this and shaped its services to meet the growing needs of southern Dickinson, western Morris, and northern Marion counties.
HMH is a municipally-owned Critical Access Hospital, governed by an elected five-member board of trustees. Nearly 100 employees team to provide a wide array of services ranging from expert emergency, primary care, surgical and rehabilitative care, to dependable radiological and laboratory diagnostics.
But services alone hardly tell the story. It’s the individual, personalized care that lingers in the minds of patients. Rural Kansas living is a kinship like none other. Here, your healthcare team is made up of people you know. We’re your neighbors, friends, family, fellow church members, and acquaintances through school.