Welcome to the Hillcrest Medical Center Job Opportunities Page!
Here are a few things you need to know when applying at Hillcrest Medical Center:
Thank you for your interest in employment at Hillcrest Medical Center
Any job can provide you with a paycheck and benefits, but a job with Hillcrest Medical Center will give you so much more. Your expertise, skills and knowledge will play an active and important role in providing high quality healthcare to an extensive patient base. And in doing so, you will gain the satisfaction that comes with helping people improve their health and their lives. At Hillcrest Medical Center, we are changing lives, and we'd like you to join us.
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Our healthcare network includes over 25 facilities across three states. With such a large footprint, we are always on the lookout for talented and compassionate individuals to help us provide an elite level of service. From clinical care to clerical positions, housekeeping and hospitality, we’re looking for great people top to bottom. Take a look at our glossary to find out where you could fit in.
Hillcrest Medical Center is our health system’s flagship facility. We are a 727-bed acute care hospital offering the best in general acute care and specialized centers of excellence. Long recognized for our regional Alexander Burn Center, we continue to develop boutique-style healthcare experiences for our patients, including the Peggy V. Helmerich Women’s Health Center, Kaiser Rehabilitation Services, Oklahoma Spine and Orthopedic Institute and Oklahoma Heart Institute. We pair the latest technology with compassionate people to give our patients the very best care across our campus.
As a job candidate, you will go through several rounds of interviews to verify your candidacy and to determine whether your work style is a good fit for our culture. In addition to these parts of our hiring process, we may also perform background checks, drug screenings and we may ask to speak with previous employers.
Finding the right people to join our team is crucial. It’s a process we take very seriously. If you are selected, you’ll appreciate the care we put in to building a great team.
As an expansive network of healthcare facilities, we take great pride in a collective and individual commitment to quality. Our high standards for patient care direct every action. Very often, our quality care draws the attention of peer review, and we’re proud to be recognized time and time again as leaders in our field. Take a look at some of the recognition we've received.
Hillcrest Medical Center is located in Tulsa’s midtown area known for its historic homes, entertainment districts and lively atmosphere. Tulsa is a mid-size city situated along the Arkansas River. It is a cultural and arts center that provides its citizens with a quality way of life and plenty to do. Hillcrest proudly serves Tulsa as well as communities throughout northeastern Oklahoma.
Thursday, July 28, 2016
Tonight the Oklahoma Stroke & Neurological Institute at Hillcrest is participating in “Strike Out Stroke” night at the Tulsa Drillers Baseball game. We invite you, your family and friends to join us at the ballpark as we raise awareness of stroke and recognize stroke survivors from the Tulsa community. Be sure to stop by our booth to test your stroke IQ and receive fun promotional items! To purchase tickets online, visit http://www.tulsadrillers.com.
The game will take place at ONEOK Field with a start time of 7:05 p.m. At tonight’s game against the Arkansas Travelers, the first 1,000 fans will receive a Nolan Arenado Jersey Shirt. These jerseys will be given out at the Arvest & Oil Derrick Gates! Sizes available will be Youth Medium, Adult Medium, Adult XL, & Adult XXL
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
If you are roaming the streets in search of Pokemon, you may be in unfamiliar areas. Play in groups for your safety. #PokemonGoUSA
Friday, July 22, 2016
We had a great time at our Hillcrest Medical Center Volunteer Party. We appreciate what our volunteers do for our hospital each and every day and we were happy to be able to show our appreciation for all of their hard work!
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Artists in residence Tami Smith and Sharon Allred are wearing their new Art of Healing aprons. If you are visiting the hospital and see one of our artists, please don’t hesitate to ask them about the art cart and how they are helping patients and visitors through creative projects. #ArtofHealing #ChangingLives
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Hillcrest Medical Center’s Executive Team hosted a free ice cream sundae party to celebrate National Ice Cream Day and to thank team members for their ongoing dedication to changing lives for the better, together. More than 1300 sundaes were served during the day and night shifts!
Monday, July 18, 2016
Mark your calendars for our next community education event on Tuesday, July 26th featuring Dr. Ichinose of Oklahoma Heart Institute. There will be a free lunch followed by a seminar on reducing the risk of heart disease and the impact stress has on your heart.
Friday, July 15, 2016
Did you know July is National Blueberry Month? These little blue superfruits pack a powerful punch of vitamins and minerals, and make the perfect summer treat! Pick your own bluberries by the pound at Thunderbird Berry Farm in Broken Arrow! #NationalBlueberryMonth
Friday, July 15, 2016
Enjoy a few works of art from patients and staff at the Infusion Center through the Art of Healing program. Sharon Allred was the artist who helped patients paint trees and make booklets. One patient shared, “This helps me keep my mind busy and entertains me while getting chemo.”
Thursday, July 14, 2016
The temperatures are heating up; stay hydrated by bringing a bottle of water with you while you play. #PokemonGO
Friday, July 8, 2016
“I want people to feel confident that it’s going to be okay. When they go home and have to eat by themselves or with their families, they’re not going to have any trouble, and it’s going to go well.”
Learn more about how our speech pathologist helps patients learn how to eat again during stroke rehabilitation by clicking on our new blog below!