MEDICAL ASSISTANT CERTIFIED OR LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE
Salina Regional Health Center
Salina, KS, USA
Licensed Practical Nurse
The medical assistant or LPN is responsible for providing quality patient care as assigned by professional nursing staff or physicians in the clinic setting.
High school or equivalent
Completion of a medical assisting training course or Licensed Practical Nurse Program
Medical assisting experience preferred
Medical Assisting Certification (CCMA, NCMA, or RMA) or Kansas LPN License
Basic Life Support certification from either American Red Cross CPR/AED for the Health Care Provider, or Basic Life Support (American Heart Association-Health Care Provider) successfully completes within the first 90 days of employment.
About Salina Regional Health Center
At the Salina Regional Health Center, our most valuable resource is our people — each an important member of the Salina Regional family. We know that North Central Kansans seek, and demand, the highest standards in healthcare. Our employees are passionate about being a part of the region's healthcare leader. Armed with the latest medical technology, expertly guided by capable physicians, and made human by our caring, attentive and friendly nurses, staff and employees — all helps reinforce a patient-centered environment. At Salina Regional Health Center, we strive to “Take Care of You So You Can Care For Our Patients,” and in doing so, Salina Regional provides some of the best benefits in the industry, a great workplace culture, and opportunities for growth!
Salina Regional Health Center (SRHC) is a 393 licensed bed, comprehensive acute care, award winning, non-profit hospital with Level IIl Trauma Center and Primary Stroke Certifications. SRHC includes two 25 bed critical access Hospitals with Clinics, Tammy Walker Cancer Center, Hospice of Salina, Infant Child Development Center, Heart Center and Vein Clinic, Behavioral Health Center, Salina Regional Pulmonary Critical & Sleep Medicine Center, 2 Urgent Care sites, Salina Regional Clinics for Oncology, Neurosciences, Neurosurgery, Orthopedics, Podiatry, Pediatrics, Family Physician Practices, Women’s Services, Occupational Health, Pulmonology, Surgical Services, Wound Care, Outpatient Rehabilitation, Outpatient Pharmacy, the Morrison House, Level II NICU, Sleep Disorders Center, Endocrinology, and Salina Regional Surgical Associates for nearly 2,000 employees and physicians.
Salina Regional is an integrated health system and Primary Care and Specialty Care Physicians are an integral part of the Salina Regional Health System. Affiliations with health care providers throughout the Sunflower Health Network have built a foundation for taking integration to a regional level. Through its hospitals, physicians, clinical and support services, and affiliates, Salina Regional’s health system strives to improve wellness, provide exceptional care, and meet the health needs of the community and the region.
The Mission of Salina Regional is “To improve the health of those who entrust us with their lives — the patients and communities we serve,” and in striving to reach this Mission, every employee throughout the organization is involved in teams that work towards a patient-centered environment. Through its Values of Patient-Centered, Quality, Integrity, Trust and Sustainability, Salina Regional Health Center also reinforces a culture of continuous improvement to achieve ever higher standards.