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Decatur Memorial Hospital understands that your future goals depend on a progressive, challenging environment where personal and professional growth are encouraged. As a leading healthcare provider for more than 100 years, DMH has never lost sight of its greatest asset: its people.
The hospital was founded on the hopes and aspirations of dedicated, caring people. Today, the organization thrives, thanks to people with those same qualities working in a supportive environment.
Our founder promised the community that Decatur Memorial Hospital would always look to the future. We uphold that promise through innovative and technologically advanced programs and services.
As a DMH professional, you will join more than 2200 highly motivated and educated individuals dedicated to providing quality care. Whether your interests lie in pediatrics, oncology, intensive care or emergency services, DMH offers a wide range of comprehensive programs to help you attain your career goals.
In fact, the Decatur area provides its residents with an appealing balance of lifestyle choices, a community rich in tradition with attractions you’d expect to find in a larger metropolitan area: well-respected colleges, fine arts, nationally recognized park system, and a wide diversity of cultures. In Decatur, you’ll find big-city sophistication nestled in a pleasant Midwestern community.
Working at Decatur Memorial Hospital offers more than a job. We offer rich, full, service-driven careers. The changing healthcare field and the diverse needs of our community will provide you, as a DMH employee with a creative outlet in order to reach your full potential.
Our Vision: The greatest care delivered by the best people.
Our Mission: To improve the health of the people of Central Illinois.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.