ABOUT RUSH UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
At Rush, you won't just find a career — you'll discover an exclusive experience. One that goes beyond the rewards of a health care profession and gives you an opportunity to learn more, grow more and become more. Our culture is rooted in education and sees our associates as the future of our Medical Center, as well as the future of health care. From our dedication to ongoing knowledge and outstanding patient care to our focus on our people and their professional development, you'll see why so many have made Rush a top career choice.
BENEFITS AND PERKS
Three comprehensive medical plans from which to choose, two dental plans, and vision and prescription benefits
403(b) plan (similar to a 401(k) plan), and a cash balance retirement plan
Four separate tuition reimbursement programs and an award-winning on-site daycare and preschool
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TESTIMONIALS AND INSIGHTS
WHAT DO PEOPLE WHO HAVE STARTED WORKING AT RUSH THROUGH SKILLS HAVE TO SAY?
"Skills was my way in, and now Rush is providing me a way up."
Environmental Service Tech Rush
APPLY NOW TO THESE JOBS AT RUSH
Apply today for healthcare jobs in Chicago. 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.
The Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) is responsible for assisting Physicians, Mid-Level Practitioners, and Registered Nurses with the evaluation, management, and treatment of patients in an ambulatory care setting. The Certified Medical Assistant assumes responsibility for maintaining patient flow, the upkeep of exam and treatment rooms, and performing basic skills such as vital signs and point […]
The Environmental Services Technician cleans, maintains and services assigned areas throughout Rush University Medical Center and exemplifies the Rush mission, vision and values.
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.