Who We Are
Hardin Medical Center (HMC) opened on April 2, 1952. HMC is a county-owned and operated non-profit facility and one of the few rural hospitals still in business. Today HMC has an active medical staff providing cardiology, family practice, obstetrics and gynecology, general surgery, hospitalist services, internal medicine, orthopedics, podiatry, and consulting physician services that include gastroenterology, pathology, radiology, urology, cardiology, and ophthalmology. HMC, which includes the hospital, nursing home, DME, EMS, physician offices, and other services, currently employs 500+ persons from the greater Hardin County area.
As our community’s principal provider of acute care services, HMC continues to focus efforts on providing “Quality Care…Right Here at Home.” As we work toward accomplishing our goals, fulfilling the healthcare needs of our community, and meeting or exceeding the expectations of our patients and nursing home residents, we are always seeking the very best employees to be a part of the HMC team.
What Will Get You in the Door
HMC is always on the lookout for potential employees who have a passion for healthcare and a love of people. We believe every position at HMC influences our patient’s and resident’s experiences. An HMC employee possesses the following: a great attitude, a strong work ethic, passion and pride for their position, punctuality, the ability and willingness to learn new things, humbleness to accept guidance, be proactive, and the willingness to make a difference in the lives of others every day.
Minimum Entry-Level Requirements
Part-Time workers must be at least 18 years old, have reliable transportation to work, and must possess a valid driver’s license. Full-Time workers must be at least 18 years old, pass a background check, have reliable transportation to work, and possess a valid driver’s license. For professional healthcare positions, all licensure and/or certification cards related the position are required.