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Citizens Medical Center, Inc. (CMCI) is the largest healthcare organization in northwest Kansas.  CMCI is composed of Citizens Medical Center, Prairie Senior Living Complex, and Family Center for Health Care. CMCI is growing to meet the needs of our community and we want you to Come Grow With Us! We are currently seeking individuals with the commitment and skills to join us in the following areas. EOE.

Citizens Medical Center

Prairie Senior Living Complex

Family Center for Health Care

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Benefits Summary

Human Resources Contacts

Citizens Medical Center:

Registration Clerk
The primary functions of the Admissions Clerk are registering patients for inpatient and outpatient services and pre-registering patients for consultant services.
Has the skills and expertise to provide the care that has been ordered by the physician. Functions under the direction of the Supervisor of Respiratory Care.
The Clinical Dietitian is responsible for the evaluation of all major functions of the Food Service Department, which includes coordinating services to ensure high standards of food production and service and adequate nutritional care.  
Environmental Services:
Cleans and services CMCI building areas, moves furniture, equipment, and supplies in and around CMCI departments, and performs a variety of environmental services and other duties in accordance with established policies and procedures in order to maintain an orderly and sanitary condition.   
Financial Services:
Accounting Clerk
The Accounting Clerk manages the processing of accounts payable from the point of receipt of invoices to distribution of payment for invoices, assists with payroll functions and processes and prepares reconciliation of associate benefits for review. 
Nursing Services:
Under the supervision and direction of an RN, assists professional nursing staff by performing basic patient care activities and related nonprofessional services in caring for the personal needs and comfort of the patients.
Full-time or Part-time
Experienced OB & ER Nurses
Under the supervision of the Department Director and/or Nurse Supervisor, coordinates total nursing care for patients, participates in patient and family teaching and provides leadership by working cooperatively with ancillary nursing staff and other health care team personnel in maintaining standards of professional nursing practice. 
Nutritional Services:
Cook/Diet Aide 
Responsible for preparing, cooking, transporting and serving all hot foods necessary for meal service during his/her scheduled shift.  
Cafeteria Aide 
This Cafeteria Aide position is responsible for all food preparation for the cafeteria prior to coffee breaks and meal service.  Checks, monitors and records the temperatures of all refrigerators and the ice cream freezer.  Plans, prepares and serves cold food for the salad bar and serves the customers.  Assists the A.M. diet aide in setting up breakfast trays.  Completes sanitation procedures pertaining to the kitchen, the cafeteria aide worktable and attached shelf, refrigerators, both inside and outside, sanitizes and polishes the ice machine.
Nuclear Medicine/CT
Capable of independently performing nuclear medicine studies. 
Radiology Technologist I
Capable of independently performing the duties of routine radiology procedures.  Additionally trained to perform the duties for ONE of the following modalities:  Nuclear Medicine, Computed Tomography, Mammography, Ultrasound, or MRI.
Capable of independently performing diagnostic ultrasound procedures.    
Rehab Services:
Physical Therapist 
A staff physical therapist is responsible for evaluation, planning, directing and administering physical therapy modalities of treatment.  Administers treatments and physical agents as prescribed by a referring physician in an effort to restore function and prevent disability following injury, disease or physical disability.
Occupational Therapist 
The Occupational Therapist evaluates and treats patients, in accordance with the orders of the referring physician, through the use of the therapeutic procedures and supportive devices intended to maximize functional potentials in all areas of a patient’s life.  
Occupational Therapist Assistant 
The Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant, under the supervision of an Occupational Therapist, treats patients, in accordance with the orders of the referring physician, through the use of the therapeutic procedures and supportive devices intended to maximize functional potentials in all areas of a patient's life.  The therapist is responsible for the implementation of the Standards of Practice for Occupational Therapy written by the American Occupational THerapy Association.   
Speech Therapist 
The speech pathologist performs evaluations, establishes appropriate goals, formulates treatment plans, provides treatment interventions, maintains comprehensive documentation, and assists with coordination of care within the scope of practice of speech language pathology in the inpatient, outpatient, and clinic settings.
Social Services
Social Worker
The Social Worker is responsible for provision of social services consultation in accordance with accepted social work practice and hospital policies and procedures.  To assist in meeting the psychosocial needs of patients, to achieve their optimal level of health. 

Prairie Senior Living Complex:

Nursing Services:
Full-time and Part-time
Offering a New Philosophy of Long Term care with excellent pay and benefits.  Under the supervision of the Director of Nursing, coordinates total nursing care for residents, participates in resident, employee, and family teaching, and provides leadership by working cooperatively with all other members of the health care team.
Full-time and Part-time
Under the supervision and direction of the Charge Nurse and/or Director of Nursing, assists professional nursing staff by performing resident care activities and related nonprofessional services in caring for the personal needs and comfort of the residents.
Nutritional Services:
Diet Aide 
Full-time & Part-time
Responsible for production scheduling, cold food preparation, daily sanitation, preparing and delivering patient trays and dishwashing procedures. 

Family Center for Health Care:


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To apply for one of our positions at any of our 3 facilities click here.

Please email completed Employee Application only to, or fax to 785-460-9319.  You may contact Human Resources by phone at (785) 460-4842  to confirm the application was received or gather additional information.  Thank you!  


Benefits Summary:

Health, Prescription & Dental Insurance: 2 Medical Insurance Plan options including Prescription Drugs, Citizens Medical Center Pharmacy discount, and a Dental Insurance option.

Vision Care Membership: 4 membership levels. Provides discounts on eye exams, contacts, lenses, and frames at participating providers.

Retirement Plans:   Pre-Tax & Roth IRA Contributions: employee eligible to begin saving immediately, CMCI match beginning on 1 year anniversary, vested after 5 years of service. 

Life Insurance:  CMCI provides coverage equal to two times employee’s annual income for full time associates or one time employee's annual income for part time associates  (capped at $300,000).  Employee may purchase additional coverage.  

Group Long Term Disability:  Coverage provided by CMCI for all full-time employees. 

Differential and Certification pay:  Eligible employees receive shift, weekend, & holiday differential; along with advance certificate pay. 

Shift Differential pay:  Eligible employees receive shift, weekend, & holiday differential.

Other Benefits: Include Paid Time Off, Extended Illness, Health Savings Account, Dependent and Medical Flexible Spending Accounts, and Aflac Insurance.



Human Resources Contacts:

Carol Bonebrake
Chief Strategic Officer
Chief Human Resource Officer
Sue Draper
HR Coordinator
Miranda Starns
Employee Relations
Shalah Rall
Performance Coordinator
Contact Us:

Human Resources Citizens Medical Center, Inc. 100 E. College Drive Colby, KS 67701 (785) 460-4842