At Columbus Regional Health, caring for people is hardwired into our culture. Caring for our employees is also a natural part of that culture. We’re west Georgia’s healthcare leader. When you choose to work here, you join a team that soon becomes your family. Together, we all do amazing things to improve the lives of people in the Columbus region. And you find that there’s no better place to discover what you love to do and grow a career.
Columbus Regional Health is a system of two hospitals, a cancer treatment and research center, a breast care center, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation facilities, a wound care center, sleep lab and numerous physician clinics. We provide an advanced level of medicine—the kind you might only expect to find at an academic medical center in a large urban setting—right here at home.
Our providers don’t just practice leading-edge medicine, they pioneer it. For instance, our surgeons began using robotic assistance in abdominal surgeries well before their peers in in other parts of the state. We have the only maternal fetal medicine program in the region and only one of six perinatal centers in Georgia. And our Stroke Center is still the only facility in the region that can remove a blood clot from the brain.
The patient care experience is important—from the moment patients walk onto one of our campuses until they’re discharged. That’s why we continually invest in upgrades to our facilities, our campuses, and our healthcare technology and equipment. You can see it as you walk through the lobby of our Midtown Medical Center, visit our Breast Care Center or stroll down the hallway at Northside Medical Center—anywhere you step foot within a Columbus Regional Health facility. It’s a commitment that we maintain because our goal is to offer the best care in the region.
When we discover people who embrace the Columbus Regional Health culture, we help them discover their passion. We offer opportunities for you to learn new things and try new fields. Take advantage of development programs, scholarships and continuing education opportunities. Should openings arise in different departments, you’re encouraged to explore the possibilities. We believe that the best care happens when people enjoy their work and have a passion for what they do. That’s why we’re committed to providing a supportive environment to help make that a reality for our employees.
As a large and growing hospital, we’re always on the lookout for talented and committed individuals who might be a good fit for Columbus Regional Health. These are just some of the positions we’re always recruiting: Acute Care Nurses (Cardio, Neuro, ICU, OR, Trauma, NICU, Medical/Surgical and more) • Rehabilitation Nurses • Physical and Occupational Therapists • Medical Assistants • Medical Office Assistants • Patient Care Support • I.T. Professionals • Coding Specialists • Insurance Specialists and Collectors • Allied Health Professionals
We work hard to improve the health of people in our care. Toward that end, we’re a nicotine/smoke-free organization. That means more than just having smoke-free campuses. In order to be considered for a job here, you must be nicotine free. As a part of the pre-employment testing process, you’ll be subject to a nicotine test.
Nestled on the banks of the Chattahoochee River in west Georgia, Columbus is the second largest city in Georgia. With Fort Benning just to the southeast, Columbus is an all-American city with a strong military presence. But there’s more to our fair city than good people. The cost of living is low. The climate is mild. Gridlock and big-city traffic are pretty much non-existent. It’s home to a vibrant cultural scene, good schools, Columbus State University, Fortune 500 corporations and, thanks to Columbus Regional Health, great healthcare.
After considering all factors, including compensation and support, Forbes named Columbus Regional Health as the #14 best mid-size employer in the country.
Based on patient satisfaction and overall outcomes, Northside Medical Center is one of only two five-star rated hospitals in Georgia.
Through years of strong leadership and prudent management of resources, Columbus Regional Health is in a strong position financially and able to provide employees with a sense of security.