Your New Mission at Penn Medicine
Delivering world class care to patients and their families requires deep commitments from each of us here at Penn Medicine. A commitment to serving others. To being part of a team. And to continuous learning and training so that we can be the best we can be. It's a commitment that we take very seriously. We know it's a commitment that our nation's veterans understand full well.
"Combat to Care" is Penn Medicine's veteran recruitment initiative. Our goal is to strengthen our workforce by recruiting unusually qualified leaders who have demonstrated inspiring dedication, loyalty, and strength in the service of our nation. If you are a United States veteran seeking a new mission in an organization that values service to others above all else, ask yourself, Why Not You?
As one of the premier academic medical centers in the United States, Penn Medicine offers exceptional employment opportunities in a variety of careers. Learn more about our career paths and search for jobs in the following areas:
Clinical/Medical Provider and Advanced Practice Nursing
Penn Medicine defines health care providers as professionals that are credentialed and deliver health care consultative services in a systematic way professionally to any individual in need of services including: Certified Nurse-Midwife (CNM), Certified Registered Nurse Anesthestist (CRNA), Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners (CRNP) and Physician Assistants (PA), Physicians and Hospitalists.
Nurses lead change and motivate progress in each area of Penn Medicine's mission: patient care, education and research.
Patient-focused care that responds to the changing needs of health care through educational processes and advanced technology via collaborative work with other disciplines and departments. Examples of Allied Health positions include Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, Medical laboratory technologists, Radiation oncologists, Occupational and physical therapists, Speech language pathologists and Phlebotomists.
Professional, Administrative, Service and Trade Opportunities
Penn Medicine relies on a variety of non-clinical professionals to provide support to its clinical counterparts and ensures the technology is in place so that physicians, nurses, and care teams can provide the best care possible from the very moment arrive at a Penn Medicine hospital or practice; and that the organization is well managed financially and well-staffed with the finest employees available. These positions range from Administration, Business development, Clinical effectiveness and quality improvement, Finance and accounting, General services, Human resources, Information Services (IS), Marketing, Medical affairs, Patient affairs, Public affairs, Patient service representatives and clerical opportunities.
"Combat to Care", Penn Medicine's veteran recruitment initiative is inspired by the White House's Joining Forces initiative. Additional resources are available at www.whitehouse.gov/joiningforces.