The professional staff at Redwood Area Hospital strives to provide the best possible care to residents of the communities we serve and its many visitors. The Hospital Commission and Administration support the concept that high quality patient care begins with high quality professional staff.
A competitive wage and benefits package and ongoing educational opportunities are available to employees. Many employees at Redwood Area Hospital have 10 or more years of service and experience which not only provides for excellent patient care, but lends itself to mentoring individuals just entering their healthcare career.
Redwood Area Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate with regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, public assistance, disability, sexual orientation, age, or other protected characters.
The Redwood Area Hospital, located in southwest Minnesota along the scenic Minnesota River Valley, offers a competitive salary and benefits package and a friendly community in which to live and work.
As positions become available, your resume or application will be evaluated for the skills, education, and work experience the positions may require.
The candidates who are selected for an interview will be contacted to arrange for an interview time. The individuals who are interviewed will be kept informed of the status of their application.
All applications and resumes are retained for six months and will continue to be considered for future positions. After the six month period, individuals are encouraged to submit a new application.
Our caring staff support the mission of Redwood Area Hospital by working together with other health care professionals in providing needed, high quality, health care services to all persons of the area; serving with excellence, responding with compassion, listening with attention, touching with respect, and treating with expertise.
Current Positions Available:
Licensed Practical Nurse
RN – Infection Prevention / Employee Health Coordinator
Hospitals are people places. Fortunately, we have some of the best. With a wealth of expertise and experience, our staff of professionals not only provides excellent patient care, but also serves the community as mentors and provides resources for individuals considering health care careers.
Redwood Area Hospital offers a variety or internship opportunities from paid positions to short-term shadowing opportunities.
Career Observation Experience
Career observation allows individuals the opportunity to learn more about a specific healthcare career through observation and discussions with a professional working in the field. Experiences may be limited due to the nature of the activities in some areas. Career observation is generally for short periods of time; one day or less. Redwood Area Hospital has the right to approve, limit or deny career observation experiences.
If you are interested in applying:
Secondary and post-secondary students may be required to complete career observation experiences as part of a class or formal program of study. Observation experiences allow individuals the opportunity to learn and observe a specific healthcare career over an extended period of time. With the assistance of a preceptor, individuals may have some limited “hands-on” demonstration opportunities but will not provide any direct hands-on care to patients. The hospital generally limits observation experiences to a maximum of 40 hours.
As part of our commitment to the community, Redwood Area Hospital works cooperatively with colleges and students to provide a variety of internship opportunities. Paid and unpaid internship opportunities are posted when a position is available, including our Summer Health Care Internship Program and Summer Nursing Intern Program.
Arrangements for completing a clinical internship at Redwood Area Hospital are coordinated between the clinical instructors and the manager of the department. Department managers work directly with clinical instructors to determine if our facility is able to provide the scope and/or volume of experiences necessary to complete the educational requirements of their specific program.
The 2016 Summer Nursing Intern Program will be accepting applications until December 4, 2015. Click here for more information. Interested individuals can contact the Human Resource Department at 507-637-4505.