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Careers

Careers

Deer Lodge Medical Center is seeking motivated RNs to join our patient care team.

We are a 16 bed critical access hospital offering a wide range of clinical opportunities including acute medical/surgical, preoperative and PACU, emergency care, as well as post-acute Transitional Care. DLMC's high quality Transitional Care program provides a post-acute care option for complex rural patients and is supported with processes and education by Allevant Solutions, a joint venture of Mayo Clinic and Select Medical.

The care model at Deer Lodge Medical Center is highly collaborative; supported by team-centric processes like bedside team rounds with the patient and family. Whether providing care for emergency, acute, or post-acute patients, nursing staff at Deer Lodge Medical Center work closely with physicians, rehab therapy, respiratory therapy, dietary, pharmacy, and others to truly meet the needs of every patient. The ideal candidate has a BSN and 3 years of acute care experience, possesses excellent critical thinking skills, consistently displays approachable interpersonal behaviors, and enjoys a varied, engaging work environment. We also have positions available for the new graduate RN looking for a professional practice opportunity in a supportive environment and with a clinical preceptorship program.

When you enjoy your job, it makes all aspects of your life that much better. When you love your job, it shows. Each and every day our team members live the DLMC mission, vision, and values.

Our employees are our greatest asset and are the key to achieving and maintaining the level of excellence in service that our patients have come to expect and continue to receive.

Join our team of employees and physicians who work together to provide quality patient care in our new state of the art facility.

Benefits of RN Position in CAH with Transitional Care

  • Variety: Nurses get to care for a very wide range of patient types.
  • Full Use of Professional Nursing Strengths: Nurses care for community patients, knowing their background and circumstances in a way that allows for optimal care planning and coordination. A full use of nursing skills allows for significant support of patient goal attainment and return to optimal quality of life.
  • Stability: Nurses who enjoy the small-hospital feel of CAHs will appreciate the more consistent patient census that Transitional Care can bring.
  • Culture: The Transitional Care model is based on a strongly team-oriented model that promotes high employee satisfaction, collaboration, and problem-solving.


Current Open Positions

Nursing:

Staff Registered Nurse – Full Time and Part time nightshift positions; working 12 hour shifts from 6 pm to 6 am. Sign On Bonus for this position and benefits.

Certified Nurse Aide – PRN positions; working 12 hour shifts as needed for days, nights, and weekends.

Emergency Medical Technician or Paramedic – Part Time Dayshift position; working two - 12 hour shifts per week, benefits included.

Speech Therapy:

Speech Language Pathologist – PRN position. Ability to work with our Acute Care and TCU Patients on an as needed basis. Must have a current Montana Speech/Language Pathology License.

Occupational Therapy:

Occupational Therapist - PRN position. Ability to work with our Acute Care and TCU Patients on an as needed basis. Must have a current Montana Occupational Therapy License.

Clinic:

Certified Medical Assistant or LPN – Full time position assisting a clinic provider, providing direct patient care. Working Monday thru Friday dayshift. Competitive Wage and Bonus.

Registered Nurse –Full-time position assisting clinic provider in a specialty practice. Must have 3+ years of experience as an RN in a direct patient care setting. Flexibility of schedule of hours on a weekly basis.

Laboratory:

Laboratory Assistant/Phlebotomist – Full time position. Responsible for collection of patient specimens and processing. Responsible for billing, paperwork, filing, and charting. Ability to work well with others.


Please submit a resume and letter of interest stating experience and qualifications to: Jaena Richards, COO/HR Director

jrichards@dlmed.org