Advance your career at RUSH. You'll learn and grow in a supportive environment that provides opportunities for all employees to have a positive impact on the patient experience. RUSH offers generous benefits and perks to create an environment you need to excel personally and professionally. As an employee of RUSH you will support our commitment to be a catalyst for community health and vitality by promoting health equity both within RUSH and in the communities we serve.
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Build your career at RUSH
RUSH is actively hiring the following positions:
Environmental Technician / Environmental Specialist
RUSH needs people with good interpersonal skills and outgoing personalities to help clean, maintain and service assigned areas throughout RUSH University Medical Center. Prior cleaning experience is helpful. This position requires a great deal of work with cleaning equipment and materials of up to 200 pounds and moving of pallets, furniture, large trash objects and containers.
Apply for an Environmental Services position
Food and Nutrition Services
Patient Food Service Assistant
Food service assistants ensure that food-service sanitation and quality control standards are met. You must enjoy working with others and can walk and/or stand for extended periods of time. The position requires a great deal of stooping, bending, reaching, lifting, pushing and pulling.
Supervisor, Food Service
Food service supervisors oversee daily food service operations to ensure that goals and standards of a unit/department are met. You must be able to exert 25 pounds of effort to push or pull a cart and lift and carry at least 40 pounds. The position also includes long periods of sitting, standing and/or walking.
Apply for a Food and Nutrition Services position
Certified Medical Assistants
Certified medical assistants (CMA) are responsible for maintaining patient flow, the upkeep of exam rooms and performing basic skills such as vital signs and point-of-care testing. CMAs administer intramuscular injections, immunizations, and over-the-counter medications under the direction of a physician. Requirements: CMA and CPR certificates, clinical experience and soft skills.
Patient Care Technicians
Patient care technicians (PCT) perform environmental and clinical tasks for patients of all ages. Requirements: PCT testing, high school diploma/GED, CPR certification and clinical experience.
Apply for a Clinical Care position
Clinic coordinators help operations run smoothly by managing information flow into and out of the clinic, greeting patients at the front desk and answering phone calls efficiently and courteously. This position manages the billing system, reconciles end-of-day receipts and end-of-month closures, and manages weekly billing and payment activity. Requirements: High school diploma. 1 to 3 years of medical office experience. Microsoft Office Suite knowledge. Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Patient Access Coordinators
Patient access coordinators work with patients to collect and confirm patient demographics and financial/insurance information and collect any required information to determine patient's financial responsibility. Patient access coordinators collect payment and accurately complete receipts. Requirements: Minimum typing skill of 25 words per minute. Excellent communication skills. Ability to walk or stand for the duration of the shift.
Apply for a Clinic Administration position
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About Rush University System for Health
Rush comprises Rush University Medical Center, Rush University, Rush Copley Medical Center and Rush Oak Park Hospital, as well as numerous outpatient care facilities.Learn about RUSH