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Carson Tahoe Regional Healthcare Overview

Carson City, NV
1001 to 5000 employees
1946
Nonprofit Organization
Health Care Services & Hospitals
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Carson Tahoe Regional Healthcare includes the Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center (CTRMC) and serves Nevada's Carson Valley and surrounding areas. Established in 1949, the not-for-profit CTRMC has 170 beds and provides acute general, surgical, specialty, and ... Read more

Carson Tahoe Regional Healthcare – Why Work For Us?


Carson Tahoe Health (CTH) is a not-for-profit healthcare system with 240 licensed acute care beds. Serving a population of over 250,000, CTH features two hospitals, two urgent cares, an emergent care center, outpatient services and a provider network with 19 regional locations. The system is headquartered on a beautiful master planned 80-acre medical campus nestled among the foothills of the Sierra Nevada in North Carson City. As the system’s cornerstone, Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center (CTRMC), voted 5th most beautiful hospital in the nation, was the first Baby-Friendly designated hospital in Nevada. Also included on the campus is Carson Tahoe Sierra Surgery, a 15-bed boutique surgery center, Carson Tahoe Cancer Center, an affiliate of Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah, and the award-winning Carson Tahoe Cancer Resource Center.

Carson Tahoe Health has proudly been committed to the health and well-being of the communities we serve since 1949. For over 65 years, we have been taking care of our family, friends and neighbors. Our advanced services provide a complete continuum of care from wellness, diagnostics, treatment, surgery, long-term acute care, after-care and support, all close to home. Our state-of-the-art technologies, acclaimed experts and life-changing procedures continue to make us one of the most trusted healthcare providers in Northern Nevada and Eastern California.

We treat our healthcare system in the same manner we treat our patients – with care, respect and a promise to do our very best. Our culture of teamwork, compassion, and professionalism continues to take healthcare in our community to new heights. At Carson Tahoe, providing a tranquil, patient-centered healing environment is at the heart of who we are. It’s what drives us every single day.

At Carson Tahoe, we not only save lives, but we work to play. Our healthcare system is centrally located just minutes from beautiful Lake Tahoe, Reno –the biggest little city in the world, historic Virginia City, and the majestic Sierra Nevada mountain range. Spend your days off hiking, golfing, fishing, skiing, mountain biking or experience the annual events like the Reno Air Races, Hot August Nights, Candy Dance, or the Hot Air Balloon races. From outdoor adventures, fine restaurants, and scenic golf courses, to historical attractions, museums and renowned school systems, our community has it all. For more information, go to www.carsontahoe.com.

At Carson Tahoe Health, an important part of our mission is to treat people professionally and compassionately, with dignity and respect. And we’re looking for talented, caring people to help us do just that.

When you start a career with the Carson Tahoe Health team of healthcare professionals, you become part of something more than a growing acute-care medical center in the nation’s fastest-growing state. You’re also part of a tradition of caring and compassion that has thrived for almost 65 years, growing to become a regional medical leader with over 1,700 employees.

Carson Tahoe Health is one of a select group of medical institutions that understands that a patient is more than their illness, that quality healthcare requires an array of services, and that providing those services must be done with a genuine, caring commitment.

Click the button below to begin a search for jobs and learn more about how you can become part of our tradition of caring.

Carson Tahoe Regional Healthcare Reviews

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    I have been working at Carson Tahoe Regional Healthcare full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    The other day a visitor stopped me in the parking lot to say this: “I’ve been in a lot of hospitals lately, and this is the only one where people actually seem happy.“

    I work in the laboratory, and the current leadership from manager to VP is competent, hard-working and progressive. Life is significantly better when you don’t have to struggle against a stupid, negligent or lunatic boss.

    As staff, we are supportive of each other. Are there conflicts? Of course. After all, we are a bunch of random humans stuck in a room together. But we have an underlying basis of respect and concern for one another that creates a humane work environment.

    I’ve worked in many hospitals in my 20+ years in healthcare, and this is the best job I’ve had.

    Cons

    Outmoded, dysfunctional and hazardous IT infrastructure

    Advice to Management

    Get Epic, sooner than later.

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Carson Tahoe Regional Healthcare (Carson City, NV) in July 2017.

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    I applied for the job online, and within a few weeks, received a phone call from a recruiter and later the office manager, to come in for an interview. I interviewed twice. First with what would become my immediate supervisor and later with a panel made of up Executive staff. I was contacted shortly after and offered the position.

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