13 Health Care Companies Hiring Now

jobs in healthcare companies hiringBy Jason Lovelace

Millions of baby boomers are beginning to retire, leaving vacant positions in the workforce and also requiring more medical attention in the coming decades. This growing demand has helped the health care industry weather the economy better than many other industries, and as a result it has a strong future for workers.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the U.S. will add 5.6 million health care positions between 2010 and 2020. Supporting that estimate is a recent CareerBuilder survey, which found that 22 percent of health care hiring managers plan to add full-time, permanent health care employees in 2013.

Yet, the same survey found that 23 percent of health care employers have open positions for which they've been unable to find qualified applicants. Although demand is quickly rising and possibly outpacing the education and training of job seekers, many qualified workers may be unaware that jobs in health care extend beyond the roles of physicians, surgeons and nurses -- though those positions certainly are in demand. Workers with skills in marketing, engineering and business are also important to helping a health care organization run.

To help you locate a job in this in-demand field, we've put together a list of 13 health care companies hiring workers right now:

1. Almost Family Inc.
  • Health care focus: Home health (geriatric)
  • Sample job titles: Home care director/administrator, clinical manager, physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech therapist, PTA, COTA, registered nurse, licensed practical nurse, home health aide, account executive, patient care liaison, home care rep.
  • Location: Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania

2. American Cancer Society
  • Health care focus: Oncology
  • Sample job titles: Network engineer, community manager (fundraising)
  • Location: Nationwide

3. BAYADA Home Health Care
  • Health care focus: Home health
  • Sample job titles: Clinical manager, RN, LPN, HHA, CNA, client services manager
  • Location: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, Vermont, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Arizona, Colorado, California, Hawaii

4. BrightStar Care
  • Health care focus: Home health care/medical and nonmedical services
  • Sample job titles: Home health aide, licensed practical nurse, registered nurse, sales/marketing manager
  • Location: Nationwide

5. Covenant Healthcare
  • Health care focus: Hospital
  • Sample job titles: Therapist, pharmacist, nurse
  • Location: Saginaw, Mich.

6. CRC Health
  • Health care focus: Specialized behavioral health
  • Sample job titles: Counselor, case manager, regional director, nurse
  • Location: Nationwide

7. The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society
  • Health care focus: Long-term care, home health, services at home and other community-based services
  • Sample job titles: Certified nursing assistant, registered nurse, licensed practical nurse, director of nursing services, director of home care
  • Location: Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, Colorado, Hawaii, Arizona, New Mexico, South Dakota

8. Extendicare
  • Health care focus: Long-term care facilities
  • Sample job titles: MDS nurse, STNA, CNA, director of nursing, assistant director of nursing, cook, dietary aide
  • Location: Delaware, Idaho, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin

9. IASIS Healthcare
  • Health care focus: Acute care hospitals and behavioral health hospital
  • Sample job titles: ICU nurse, telemetry nurse, labor and delivery nurse, director of case management, director of surgical services
  • Location: Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Nevada, Texas, Utah

10. Infinity Rehab
  • Health care focus: Senior rehabilitation services
  • Sample job titles: Outpatient physical therapist, inpatient physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech language pathologist
  • Location: Oregon, Idaho, Colorado, Alaska

11. UHS – Universal Health System Inc.
  • Health care focus: Behavioral health facilities, acute care hospitals and ambulatory centers
  • Sample job titles: Nursing, physician, corporate, allied health, executive, behavioral health
  • Location: Nationwide

12. US Healthworks
  • Health care focus: Urgent care
  • Sample job titles: Physician, physical therapist, director of compliance
  • Location: Nationwide

13. Steward Health Care System
  • Health care focus: Hospital
  • Sample job titles: Allied health, nursing, nurse leadership/administration
  • Location: Massachusetts

Jason Lovelace is the president of CareerBuilder Healthcare.

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This article is a joke.
Healthcare is losing employees at an alarming rate....

February 25 2013 at 2:31 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

These type of jobs are only good for the baby boomer if they retired from the health industry.

February 25 2013 at 1:39 PM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply

I hear that American Standard, Kohler and TOTO toilet manufacturors are also flush with jobs

February 25 2013 at 12:50 PM Report abuse +2 rate up rate down Reply

Really? This is interesting in light of how many nursing students graduated to find out there are no jobs for them. A thing I find sickening in light of the fact there are not less sick peole in the world, there are not less emergency calls in the world....so WTF is the health care industry doing? Oh..being GREEDY at the expense of our very lives!! Thats what.

February 25 2013 at 12:45 PM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply

the article is a LIE. when i was laid off, i went to school like a good little boy so i could go to work in the healthcare industry. i got my certificate in medical front office/back office. but they neglected to tell me that every place, EVERY PLACE, wants at least 2 yrs MINIMUM experience. they dont care about your school. this is why there are so many jobs out there, the industry is expanding because people are getting sicker and sicker, but they want you to have 2 yrs of experience FIRST, before they will even consider you.

February 25 2013 at 11:46 AM Report abuse +2 rate up rate down Reply
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Wait til Obamacare hits in full force!

February 25 2013 at 1:30 PM Report abuse +2 rate up rate down Reply

There are problems in the American Society where the citizens are bred to be consumers even at the risk of their health. The food industry is full of contaminants that force people to eat and not be satisfied and eat and then eat so more. Americans are bred for illness and disease and it's not their fault. Obesity is being forced upon them by the American food industry allowing them to fill our foods with contaminants that make a person eat and never be satisfied ... thus the issue of being over weight ... by the food industry and the chemicals they feed us.

February 25 2013 at 11:29 AM Report abuse -1 rate up rate down Reply

Obama does not care...send him packing.

February 25 2013 at 11:17 AM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply

Unless you want to work in a nursing home, you need a BSN degree in this country to get a decent nursing job. Thanks hospitals for importing foreign nurses to fix the "shortage." Hah!!!

February 25 2013 at 11:12 AM Report abuse +3 rate up rate down Reply
You Sexy Bitch..

you have that right malcolm,all this obesity and they wonder why things happen.i am not talking medical reasons but over eating,gee you think it would catch on.

February 25 2013 at 10:45 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Let's see this all works out once the dreaded and cumbersome Obamacare takes full effect. The start is not going well and there is way more to come that people will not like.

February 25 2013 at 10:26 AM Report abuse +3 rate up rate down Reply

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