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Job Opportunities: Nursing and Health Care Jobs in Michigan

More fulfilling. More rewarding. More than just another day at the office. At MidMichigan Health, you will live your passion for delivering the highest quality patient care, and you will do it in a team-oriented environment with diverse opportunities for professional growth. Explore the many ways you can become part of the MidMichigan family.

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Featured Career Areas

  • Patient Care Technician

    Patient Care Technician assisting a woman in a hospital bed

    Work directly with patients to perform tasks that assist with their care. Help with individual activities of daily living or treatments under the direction and supervision of a Registered Nurse. If you are new to health care, a role as a Patient Care Technician is an excellent entry point. Schedules typically allow you to balance work and education so you can pursue a career in nursing or other aspects of healthcare.

  • Registered Nurse

    Nurse at bedside with inpatient

    Nurses have an opportunity to make a difference in a wide variety of roles in inpatient, outpatient, office and home care settings. You'll also find a supportive and caring environment where everyone works as a team to help patients and their families plus a commitment to ongoing education to help you stay up to date and do your best work.

  • Medical Assistant

    Medical Assistant taking a patient's blood pressure in a doctor's office

    Work directly with patients to perform tasks that assist with their care. Help offices run smoothly and efficiently by handling important internal and external communications, setting up and operating medical equipment and keeping a sanitary environment. This challenging role will help you gain experience that can ultimately lead to supervisory positions or other medical careers.

  • Phlebotomist

    Phlebotomist performing a blood draw on a little boy

    Drawing patients’ blood for lab analysis is a crucial step toward diagnosing and treating illness. That’s why providers rely on phlebotomists to skillfully obtain and prepare blood or tissue samples. Phlebotomy is an excellent entry point into healthcare, exposing you to many medical departments and providing valuable hands-on experience for pursuing career paths such as nursing, medical technician or physician assistant. Schedules typically allow you to balance work and education so you can advance.

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A Feeling of Family

A supportive and caring environment where everyone works as a team to help patients and caregivers.

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Communities to Call Home

Safe, affordable places to live and work that offer easy commutes and a high quality of life.

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Commitment to Education and Training

A teaching health system offering the most up to date medicine for our patients plus ongoing training and advancement opportunities for our employees.