Start your career path to success though this joint career advancement and educational program. Partnering with Skills and Malcolm X College, RUSH has created an exciting opportunity for Chicago’s unemployed and underemployed young adults. If you are between 18-26 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED, this is your chance to position yourself for […]
Do you have exemplary customer service skills and experience in a medical environment interacting with patients? We are seeking a Patient Access Coordinator to join our Patient Access team in the Emergency Department at Rush University Medical Center!
Administrative Assistant – Multiple Opportunities Are you an innovative, detailed, administrative professional with clerical and/or project-related experience? If this describes you, you may be the right candidate for the Administrative Assistant position at Rush University Medical Center!
Under general supervision of an Environmental Services supervisor, the EVS Tech cleans, maintains and services assigned areas throughout the Medical Center.
Pharmacy Technicians assist licensed pharmacists in the practice of pharmacy performing duties such as preparing, filling and labeling medications for patients in the Medical Center. As patient care assignments dictate, the technician is responsive to the explicit need of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients.
This Food Service Assistant assembles, operates, and maintains food service supplies and equipment. Assists in tray assembly, loads carts, disposes of garbage and performs various cleaning duties.
The Patient Care Technician (PCT) performs a variety of clinical and environmental tasks, in addition to demonstrating the ability to care for patients of all ages in the clinical setting.
Rush University Medical Center is a fast-paced environment, and the Clinic Coordinator plays a vital role in scheduling and organizing the patient check-in and check-out process. Excellent organization and communication skills are required, along with two or more year’s medical office experience.
CMA’s are responsible for assisting practitioners with the evaluation, management, and treatment of patients in an ambulatory care setting through maintaining patient flow, and performing basic skills such as vital signs and point of care testing.