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at Mitchell County Hospital Health System and Quality Health Care, Inc.
About This Opportunity
Full time Medical Technologist. Position requires a BS degree in Medical Technology. We are a busy 6 physician, one physician extender medical practice located in north central Kansas with a high complexity POL.
We are open Monday thru Friday. We are closed nights and weekends.
Benefits include: BC/BS health insurance, group life and disability insurance, 401k/Profit Sharing retirement plan, paid vacation, sick leave and holidays and a Flexible spending account, to name a few.
Interested applicants should mail there resume to: Pat Isbell, Beloit Medical Center, P.A., P.O. Box 587, Beloit, Ks. 67420, or e-mail resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beloit Medical Center
Beloit Medical Center, PA, is a six physician independent multi-specialty group consisting of 4 Family Practice doctors, as well as, 1 general surgeon, and one internal medicine specialist. The clinic has 58 employees which includes an ARNP and PA-C. The practice has satellite clinics with the smaller regional communities. They have a long history of maintaining a high level broad-based primary care practice which includes general surgery, internal medicine with ICU and critical care support as well as family medicine with a very active obstetrical service.
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About Mitchell County Hospital Health Systems
Mitchell County Hospital Health Systems (MCHHS), located in Beloit, Kansas serves the North Central Kansas patients and communities with exceptional healthcare in a compassionate and healing environment. Established in 1929, the regional hospital has evolved as a progressive critical access facility, which also houses a 40 bed Residential Care Center and a 10 bed Geriatric Special Care Unit. (Learn More)
Beloit is the county seat of Mitchell County. A thriving rural community in north central Kansas, Beloit has experienced positive growth in population over the past year. (Learn More)