Why Work at Deborah?
What makes Deborah special?
Deborah has been a leader in tertiary care services since 1922 and is the only specialty hospital in the region focused exclusively on cardiac, pulmonary and vascular disease. Widely respected for its supreme quality of health care and outstanding patient satisfaction, the hospital offers leading-edge technology and clinical services, as well as comprehensive outpatient programs. Its clinical outcomes consistently rank among the best in the country, and have resulted in various awards and recognitions.
What does this mean for your career?
Deborah staff work in an environment with the clinical challenges, technology and interventions typically found in a university-based setting, but with an employee culture more like a traditional community hospital. In this teaching hospital atmosphere, our employees have the unique opportunity to collaborate every day with a multi-disciplinary care team – including our employed medical staff. This provides an outstanding environment for staff development and career growth. Internal transfers are supported as a means to develop individual skills, talents and interests.
Flexibility is important to our staff, so we willingly consider individuals interested in full-time, part-time and even "relief/per diem" schedules that support employee work/life balance.
Deborah also offers a very competitive salary program that rewards individual experience and merit, as well as an extensive employee benefits package.
It’s because of these characteristics, and much more, that Deborah has received national recognition for its Employee Satisfaction.
If you're the type of person who enjoys the challenge of complex clinical care and thrives in an environment of teamwork, check into Deborah.
Career Fields at Deborah>
As a tertiary care specialty hospital, Deborah Heart and Lung Center offers a wide array of challenging career opportunities and the flexibility to advance your career into various areas of interest. Our staff work in an environment with the clinical challenges, technology and interventions typically found in a university-based setting, but with a positive, “family” employee culture more like a traditional community hospital.
Regardless of your career interest, there are several common themes that carry across all services:
- State-of-the-art equipment
- Cutting-edge clinical services
- Environment of clinical education and support
- Outstanding patient and staff satisfaction
Click on your area of interest to learn more…