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We’re Hiring! Sign Up for Interview Day

Lexington Medical Center is growing to help us meet the health needs of our community in the years to come. With the largest hospital expansion in South Carolina history taking place on our West Columbia campus, we’re hiring nurses and other staff members. Join us for a special Interview Day on July 13 and 14 with on-site interviews.

The hospital is currently recruiting for hospital/inpatient positions including nursing clinical coordinators, leadership positions and registered nurses. In addition, there are jobs available for sterile processing, ED, monitor, nurse and pharmacy technicians; medical and radiology technician assistants; respiratory therapists; ultrasound technologists; lab professionals; administrative assistants; police officers; food service staff and housekeeping staff.

Openings in Lexington Medical Center’s physician practices include nursing clinical coordinators, office registered nurses, LPNs and nurse navigators. Additional positions include medical assistants, oncology pharmacy technicians, medical office technicians, respiratory therapists, ultrasound specialists, polysomnographic technologists, lab professionals, registered echovascular sonographers, business office associates and medical coders.

The interviews will take place inside Lexington Medical Park 1 at 2728 Sunset Boulevard in West Columbia on the 4th floor.

To expedite the interview process, applicants should complete an online application and call (803) 744 – 8716 to schedule an interview with a recruiter in advance.

For a full list of available jobs at the hospital, visit LexMed.com/Careers.

Lexington Medical Center to Host Employment Fair

Lexington Medical Center will host an employment fair on Saturday, June 24 on the hospital campus in West Columbia. The hospital is looking to fill numerous positions in nursing, allied health and professional support services.

“As Lexington Medical Center continues to grow to meet the health care needs of the Midlands community, it’s important for us to expand our workforce,” said Brian Smith, vice president of Human Resources at Lexington Medical Center. “Our hospital has an outstanding workplace culture with high employee morale and exemplary patient satisfaction, and we offer excellent employee benefits.”

The jobs the hospital is looking to fill at the employment fair include Emergency department nurses, inpatient nurses, perioperative nurses, nurse technicians, medical assistants, patient sitters, surgical technologists, respiratory therapists, radiology transport assistants, phlebotomists, sterile processing technicians, pharmacy technicians, information services specialists, lab workers, food services and environmental services.

Attendees at the employment fair should bring a current resume and three professional references with contact information. They can complete an application on site and meet for a face-to-face interview with a recruiter or manager during their visit. To streamline the process, they can fill out an application on LexMed.com/careers/job-listings before the employment fair. Applicants can also schedule a 15-minute interview in advance by calling 1–800–724–0439. The website also has a full listing of open positions at the hospital.

The employment fair will have two sessions: 8:00 – 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. It will be inside the Lexington Medical Park 1 auditorium at 2728 Sunset Boulevard in West Columbia on the hospital campus. For more information, contact Lexington Medical Center Human Resources at (803) 791 – 2131.

Become A Doula!

Lexington Medical Center is pleased to announce that it will be offering Childbirth and Postpartum Professional Association training classes for community members who are interested in becoming hospital-based doulas.

DoulaHospital-based doulas are specially trained to offer comfort and support to mothers and their families as they bring their babies into the world. They also work with other hospital staff to ensure a positive birth experience for expectant parents. It’s an opportunity to support women and families during one of the most beautiful and important life events: birth.

Upcoming training sessions will be August 22 – 23 and September 19 – 20. No health care experience is necessary.

mother_baby.tifParticipants will learn comfort techniques for labor, including positions and movement; support for non-medicated and medicated mothers; the role and scope of practice; the natural birth process; practical experience and role-playing; affirmation and encouragement techniques; non-biased emotional, physical and informational support; hospital procedures for labor and delivery; positive communication skills; support for caesarean birth; and skills to support breastfeeding initiation.

For more information or to register, call (803) 791-2631 or email edpound@lexhealth.org