As an inclusive company, we acknowledge and celebrate those who identify as LGBTQIA+. Those who work with us are critical to the success of our patients, but more importantly, their compassion for those in critical care or rehabilitation help with the healing process. Thank you for being you, and feeling comfortable enough to be yourself at work.
Join us on Wednesday, June 16th when every Kindred Hospital across the country welcomes you to our National Hiring Event from 10 am – 8 pm! If you are a Registered Nurse (RN), a Case Manager (CM), a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) or a Respiratory Therapist (RT), then join us for this unique opportunity. Visit www.kindredhiringevents.com to register today.
This month, we recognize and honor those who work in critical care settings, including our partners in intensive care units across the country, critical care RNs and our team members who serve in acute care roles at our facilities. We are so thankful for your continued support for medically complex patients who are often experiencing vulnerable moments, and for living out the Kindred Core Values through this work. #KindredCoreValues
This week we'd like to give extra thanks to our nurses for the compassionate care they provide each and every day. They support patients through the toughest of times, acting as a beacon of hope while creating fun in what they do. We thank them for their commitment to our patients, and to the Kindred Core Six Values. #NursesWeek #KindredCoreValues
For National Hospital Week, we would like to honor all of our employees at our hospitals who support our patients and families every day. Thanks for your dedication to hope, healing and recovery.
Fred Waters, a Radiology Technician at Kindred Hospital St. Louis, is a winner of the 2020 Paul Diaz Caring Award. Fred's service to his patients goes far beyond his daily duties. He also utilizes his natural artistic ability in creating paintings for our patients. Fred embodies the Kindred Core Value "Be Kinder Than Expected," and is a very deserving recipient of this annual award presented to outstanding Kindred caregivers.
Donna Crowley, a Unit Secretary at Kindred Hospital St. Louis - St. Anthony, is a recipient of the 2020 Paul Diaz Caring Award, presented annually to outstanding Kindred caregivers. Donna's reputation for caring and compassion go far beyond her title -- her passion leads her to sit and comfort patients, to stay with them and encourage them even though that isn't in her formal job description. "Care beyond," she says. "Just go beyond. Just go until you can't do it anymore."
UPDATE: We’re extending our hiring event! Our event is being extended through Friday March 5, keeping the chat function live at KindredHiringEvents.com so you can chat with us about open positions at this facility or any one of our Kindred Hospitals around the country. So if you missed the event due to inclement weather, power outage, or just because you were busy, you can still connect with us and learn how our Core Values shape our experience. Visit KindredHiringEvents.com to connect with us via chat or call today. #NowHiring
The health and safety of our patients, team members and candidates is very important to us. We continue to provide care for our patients and families, as well as one another, and are therefore still taking applications and filling open positions. Due to the current situation related to the most recent coronavirus (COVID-19), weâre leveraging our digital capabilities to ensure we can continue to recruit top talent at Kindred. As your application progresses, you may be asked to conduct more interviews over the phone or to use one of our digital tools to help you through your recruitment journey. If so, one of our Talent Acquisition team members will explain the process and be available to answer any questions you might have. We thank you for your flexibility and understanding as we focus on keeping our patients and fellow team members safe.
KINDRED CAREGIVERS ARE RECOGNIZED AND CELEBRATED AT NATIONAL SUMMIT -- The 2019 Kindred Caregiver Summit: "Caring Through Our Core Values" took place in November in Louisville. Caregivers from Kindred sites across the country gathered for three days of learning and networking, with exercises, speakers and other activities designed to recognize and celebrate their dedication. In addition, two Kindred caregivers were named recipients of the Paul Diaz Caring Award for 2019. The award is presented annually to those who demonstrate an extraordinary level of skill, compassion and empathy while caring for patients and residents. The recipients are Jessie Sinosa, (pictured below) a Registered Nurse at Kindred Hospital Northland in Kansas City, Missouri, and Steven Solana, a Physical Therapist at the KRS-managed Brooks-Howell Home in Asheville, North Carolina.