Careers

Join a 2021 Top Workplace at Osceola Regional Health Center where you can provide quality care and exceptional service to all those you serve. We are always excited to meet the next addition to our group of caring, talented professionals.

For questions or to request a paper application, please contact our Human Resource department at 712-754-5315.

Explore our career opportunities below:

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) – Part-time

$3,000 Sign-on Bonus

Join our team at Heartwood Heights Assisted & Independent Living as a Part-Time CNA! We offer flexible scheduling, full benefits including retirement match!

certified nursing assistant (CNA) – Apply Here

Cook – Part-time

Join our team at Osceola Regional Health Center as a part time Cook! We offer flexible scheduling, full benefits including retirement match!

Cook – Apply Here

Patient Access Representative – Full-time

Join our team at Osceola Regional Health Center as a full time Patient Access Representative! We offer flexible scheduling, full benefits including retirement match!

patient access representative – Apply Here

Registered Nurse (RN) – Full-time

$10,000 Sign-on Bonus

Join our team at Osceola Regional Health Center as a full time Registered Nurse (RN)! We offer flexible scheduling, full benefits including retirement match!

Registered Nurse (RN) – Apply Here

Registered Nurse (RN) – PRN

Join our team at Osceola Regional Health Center as a part time Registered Nurse (RN)! We offer flexible scheduling, full benefits including retirement match!

Registered Nurse (RN) – Apply Here

Specialty Clinic Nurse – Full-time

Join our team at Osceola Regional Health Center as a full time Specialty Clinic Nurse. We offer flexible scheduling, full benefits including retirement match!

specialty clnic nurse – Apply Here
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Health Fact

High blood pressure greatly increases your risk of heart disease and stroke. If your blood pressure is below 120/80 mm Hg, be sure to get it checked at least once every two years, starting at age 20. If your blood pressure is higher, your doctor may want to check it more often.