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Virtually discover career and hiring opportunities at HCA Healthcare

As a large majority of the world has gone virtual in response to the pandemic, so has the hiring process at HCA Healthcare. Below, HCA Healthcare recruiters give their top tips to help you stand out online during COVID-19. As if searching for a new career isn’t overwhelming and stressful enough — from resume preparation…
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HCA Healthcare colleagues lead by example to ‘Spread knowledge. Save lives’

As coronavirus cases surge in many of our markets, HCA Healthcare colleagues join together with a powerful message to help slow the spread of COVID-19: “Spread knowledge. Save lives.” This past Sunday, August 9, the United States surpassed 5 million confirmed cases of COVID-19. To curb the spread of the virus, public health officials call…
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HCA Healthcare colleagues take on new roles amid pandemic

At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals around the country shifted their focus to preparing for and treating patients with the disease. As non-urgent surgeries were postponed and new procedures were put in place to ensure the safety of everyone at our hospitals, HCA Healthcare colleagues rose to the occasion by asking one simple…
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‘Thank You Thursday’: pausing to recognize our HCA Healthcare family

Letters expressing appreciation and photos of support continue to pour in from HCA Healthcare colleagues across the nation to honor their fellow colleagues. Some colleagues have chosen to specifically honor an individual or team that has exemplified excellence during COVID-19. Wherever you work, whatever your role, you are part of HCA Healthcare—where we work for…
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A note of thanks to my colleagues: honoring our HCA Healthcare heroes during National Hospital Week

Every one of our approximately 280,000 colleagues—whether providing direct patient care or supporting those who do—play a critically important role in helping to ensure our patients receive the best possible care. This National Hospital Week, May 10-16, we pay tribute to all our talented and compassionate team members who work together each day to advance…
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Medal of Honor recipient advises HCA colleagues on interacting with veterans

Military and civilian training often differ in their approaches to tasks, but taking the time to listen and discuss differences and concerns creates a more solid team Bob Ingram started his military service in aviation, but an unfortunate event led him to his passion: healthcare. “In boot camp, I caught pneumonia; then in the hospital…
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