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CAREERS at HSHS that CHANGE LIVES

 

HSHS is hiring! Click the button to see all open positions.

As part of HSHS, you'll join a team that is focused on improving, excelling and building a better tomorrow. Whether it is a clinical, technical or professional career, this is your chance to launch a rewarding career.
 

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Collaboration Makes Us Innovative

We have partnered with the teams at Prairie Cardiovascular, HSHS Medical Group, and HSHS St. John’s College  of Nursing to provide you with the most advanced, innovative care possible, with an emphasis on the health and quality of life for every patient.

HSHS Medical Group provides patients with access to a full range of primary care, specialty groups and HSHS hospitals throughout central and southern Illinois.

Prairie Cardiologists are at the forefront of the fight against heart disease. With the latest technology, they’re obsessed with finding new and inventive ways to get you back to living your life again. Prairie Cardiologists work in cooperation and collaboration with your referring physician to ensure your care is maximized and tailored to your needs as an individual.

HSHS St. John's College of Nursing

 

St. John's has been cited as the oldest Catholic hospital-based school of nursing in the United States. The school is dedicated to the education of professional nurses whose practice exemplifies excellence in health care.
 

HSHS News

Here are some of our most recent news stories.

Water safety tips

June 14, 2022

HSHS Good Shepherd shares 4 tips to keep families safe around water this summer.

Playing it safe with fireworks

June 14, 2022

HSHS Good Shepherd recommends leaving fireworks to the professionals. Fireworks can be fun, but are very dangerous. Follow these top 10 safety recommendations.

Learn the signs and symptoms of a stroke

May 25, 2022

HSHS Good Shepherd recognizes National Stroke Awareness Month in May