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Are you looking for a rewarding career in healthcare? Western Missouri Medical Center (WMMC) strives to build a career culture that empowers our employees to provide quality healthcare to our region while developing themselves and maintaining a healthy work-life balance. Our organization is dedicated to fostering a diverse working environment where the team feels more like a family. Not only is our mission to be the healthcare provider of choice, it is to be an employer of choice as well – because we know that our most valuable resource is our people.
Check out the 2023 Welcome Packet and see the WMMC Difference for yourself!
If you are a current WMMC employee seeking out new opportunities to further your career, please view the job opportunities for you below!
Western Missouri Medical Center (WMMC) participates in the federal work authorization program commonly known as E-Verify and utilizes this program to verify the employment eligibility of all employees. WMMC will provide the federal government with Form I-9 information to confirm work authorization of all new hires.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Western Missouri Medical Center (WMMC) is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to equal and fair employment practices and advancement opportunities to all employees and applicants without discrimination. WMMC provides equal employment opportunities, where employment is based upon each person’s performance, abilities and qualifications without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, age, national origin, physical or mental disabilities, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Are you committed to making a difference and being part of something bigger?
WMMC is proud to offer Job Shadowing, Observation and Internship opportunities! There are both clinical and non-clinical opportunities in many of our clinics and departments. If you are interested in learning something new, strengthening your skills or just seeking out a new opportunity, please complete the necessary packets and a representative will contact you to arrange the following steps.
Certified medical assistants are in high demand across the country. Students who complete our16-week Medical Assistant (MA) training program and pass their Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) exam will earn their CCMA certification and will be immediately interviewed for employment at WMMC’s clinic locations in Warrensburg, Higginsville, Concordia and Knob Noster, MO.
Through a curriculum that focuses on leadership, patient safety, professional role and skills, this program is designed to support and assist newly licensed nurses during their first year of practice.
WMMC utilizes the Vizient/AACN Nurse Residency Program, the gold standard for nurse residency programs and recognized by the Institute of Medicine, Magnet and The Joint Commission for bringing a critical component of nursing excellence.
Learn more about this transitional opportunity!
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