Mission: Provide quality healthcare in Christian love, service and dignity.
I have been working at BSA Health System full-time (More than 10 years)
The culture is amazing--people describe feeling it immediately when they walk through the doors--friendliness, teamwork, and a legacy of faith-based quality health care.
The location in Texas poses nurse retention challenges so staffing is sometimes tough.
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I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at BSA Health System (Amarillo, TX).
The interview was lengthy, but didn't take an enormous amount of time. I was interviewed by 3 people, one of which told me they didn't want to hire me, after the fact-that he/she chose someone else, but ultimately got me.
After completing her nursing clinical training at BSA, April Bruce became a registered nurse and started working in the BSA medical/surgical department. April says interacting with patients is her favorite part of her job.
“Meeting new patients and hearing their stories is what I enjoy most," she says. "I love helping our patients get back to health. They make us feel appreciated which makes everything I do worthwhile.”
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We were honored to present High Plains Food Bank with a $17,730 check for #HurricaneHarvey victims this week! This money was raised by our own employees through BSA Harvey Relief t-shirt sales. Along with this donation, seven of our own employees volunteered in different Hurricane Harvey Relief efforts. #BSACares