Emphasizing a unique culture of service excellence and compassion, Hendrick Medical Center
is a premier healthcare facility in the state of Texas. Our goal is to recruit people that have a
sincere and passionate heart for people.
A Gallup Great Workplace Award recipient 10 years in a row, Hendrick Medical Center is
accustomed to empowering our employees by providing them with the resources to succeed. As
Hendrick Medical Center grows and transitions, our staff continues to follow suit. Embracing the
fact that our society is growing and ever changing, Hendrick recruits its medical nursing, clinical
and non-clinical staff from throughout the United States and around the world.
The longevity of our employees’ service contributes to the overall success of our organization
and demonstrates their dedication to our mission.
Our organization strives to be distinctive in a positive way and we expect the same from our
employees. As a competitive, regional center offering a range of specialties and serving 19
counties in the surrounding area, employees that come to Hendrick Medical Center immediately
recognize our distinction. Providing our staff with state of the art equipment to work with, our
employees feel confident about providing our customers with the best care possible. We are
proud to say our employees make an impact!
Hendrick Medical Center is known for our Level III Trauma, newly renovated Hendrick Children’s Hospital with Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Hendrick Cancer Center, Hendrick Center for Rehabilitation, Level II Nursery, Vera West Women’s Center, Hendrick Hospice Care, Hendrick Heartsaver Network, Children’s Miracle Network, and Primary Certified Stroke Center and Accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI.
Hendrick Medical Center has achieved the Pathway to ExcellenceTM designation for the second time from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association (ANA). The Pathway to Excellence designation recognizes the essential elements of an ideal nursing practice environment where nurses can flourish. The designation confirms the professional satisfaction of nurses at Hendrick Medical Center and identifies it as one of the best places to work.
As part of the mission of Hendrick Medical Center, generous tuition reimbursement for critical need hires, helps alleviate the financial burden for nurse education in designated healthcare fields.
Nursing at a Glance
At Hendrick, I Belong! Ronnie Naizer, RN of Orthopedics (P6) has been a part of the Hendrick team since 1991 when he began work as a Patient Care Technician during nursing school.
Ronnie believes Hendrick is “the centerpiece of, not only Abilene, but of the Big Country. I know that when I recommend Hendrick to an individual seeking medical care, the staff will treat them with the best care they can get. That has been the expectation set for us. We are proud that the bar is set so high, and we are able to reach and exceed it daily.”
When asked what he loves about Hendrick, Ronnie replied, “This is an easy one…the employees. The family of Hendrick Medical Center from every department makes it so easy to work here. Hendrick has always made me feel special. I’m made to feel that I mean something to Hendrick and that I count!”
At Hendrick, I Belong!
Chris May, a Circulating RN in the Operating Room, joined the Hendrick team in February of 2015 when she moved to Abilene from Austin. A Clyde High School graduate, when Chris decided to move closer to home, she said Hendrick was her first choice in a workplace because of Hendrick’s reputation. “My family experience has been great here, too. I feel that Hendrick is the first choice in healthcare in this area and is continuing to grow.” She believes Hendrick strives to remain at the forefront of new surgical technologies and in healthcare.
Chris, at Hendrick, YOU belong!
Hendrick offers a variety of affordable benefits to our employees and their families. All full-time employees are eligible for benefits coverage the first day of the month following two months of employment. Benefits are subject to change at the discretion of Hendrick Health System and its affiliates.
First Care Health Insurance Plans
Employee Wellness Program
The Hendrick Wellness Program offers free annual health screenings and year-round activities. In addition, Hendrick has an Employee Wellness Nurse Navigator to help employees reach their Wellness goals. Discounts on medical insurance premiums are available for employees who meet established criteria.
Basic Group Life Insurance
Premiums are paid for the employee by HHS for basic life insurance at the value of one and one-half times the employee's annual base salary. This benefit also includes coverage for accidental death and dismemberment.
Long Term Disability Plan
Short Term Disability Plan
Supplemental Term Life Insurance
Universal Life Insurance (new elections are only offered during annual enrollment)
Flexible Spending Accounts
Annuity/Retirement Plan – GuideStone Financial Resources
Paid Time Off
Paid Time Off (PTO) is a flexible benefit plan combining traditional days off such as vacation, holidays and sick time into one program. All employees classified as full-time who have completed 90 days of continuous employment are eligible for PTO.
Eligible employees will accrue PTO as follows:
Years of Employment
Accrued Per Pay Period
0 thru 4
5 thru 14
Extended Illness Bank
Upon accrual, employees may access their Extended Illness Bank (EIB) for personal illness or injury, or family illness after 16 consecutively scheduled work hours missed. Access is immediate upon personal hospitalization, outpatient surgery or maternity leave. Hours are accrued based on tenure and hours worked per pay period. Eligible employees will accrue EIB as follows:
Years of Employment
Hours Accrued per Pay Period
Annual Hours Accrued
0 thru 4
5 thru 14
15 & up
Jury and Witness Duty Leave
Tuition Reimbursement for Critical-Need Hires
Discounts - Archway Cafe, Hendrick Professional Pharmacy, Hendrick Health Club
Employee Health Services
ProCare Worker Injury Program
Employee Service Awards
If you would like additional information regarding our benefit packages, contact Employee Benefits at 325.670.3163.
*Benefits are subject to change.
Board certified and board eligible physicians needed to practice at the largest regional medical center within a 150 mile radius. Practicing and experienced physicians as well as fellows will be considered. Physician must be licensed in Texas or eligible. We are unable to support Visas (J1 or H1). Hendrick is currently recruiting the following specialties:
Abilene, Texas is a regional center of higher education and the Arts. Population is 120K in town with over 400K draw. The people distinguish themselves as being warm, friendly and open to accepting new people and ideas. It is a charming, safe community and a fine place to raise a family. Hendrick Health System in Abilene, Texas serves as the hub for healthcare services in the Texas Midwest. Founded in 1924, it is now licensed for 522 beds and offers a broad spectrum of services ranging from prenatal and birthing services to retirement living and hospice care. You will find most medical and surgical specialists are on staff to assist in the care of your patients.
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I have been working at Hendrick Health System full-time (More than 8 years)
Wonderful leadership, great benefits, faith-based practice, high expectations for employees, company is growing, long tradition in the Abilene community, high employee engagement
None of significance to share. While not every department is perfect, overall, employees get along well with each other and managers address problems.
Advice to Management
Growing has its challenges, so make sure to plan well, especially when more people are needed.
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Hendrick Health System in March 2016.
Fairly easy process. I applied online and two days later received a call for an interview with the recruiter. Very nice lady. Pretty typical interview process. Was offered a job.
Just accepted their offer.