Critical Needs Jobs

medical staffMaking a Difference as a Healthcare Professional

Working as a healthcare professional begins with a focus on quality. Each day presents a new opportunity to provide residents of our community with medical treatment that will ease pain, restore health and extend lives. How fortunate we are to know that the work we do each day truly makes a difference.

At The George Washington University Hospital, our employees are our most valuable resource and strength in furthering our mission as a provider of outstanding medical services. In keeping with this mission, it is our goal to recruit, retain, develop and reward highly qualified employees.

Part of attracting and retaining talented, motivated people is giving them the opportunity to grow. We provide encouragement and financial backing for our employees to expand their knowledge and develop their proficiency through job-related training and continuing education. For talented people there’s wide-ranging potential at our hospital.

Recently, we asked some of the healthcare professionals who currently work at Universal Health Services hospitals why they chose our hospitals. Their answers included:

  • Advanced clinical programs
  • Great employees, positive work environment
  • Hospital is conveniently located
  • Strong, stable hospital management team
  • Employees’ opinions matter
  • Quality employee benefit programs
  • Sense of community and teamwork
  • Opportunity for continuing education and professional advancement

Working for an organization that is known for Service Excellence, ethics and always putting the patient first…an organization that is a good corporate citizen and contributes to the betterment of its community…this is the type of work environment healthcare professionals are looking for. At Universal Health Services hospitals, this is the professional working environment you’ll find.

If you are an enthusiastic, caring professional, dedicated to Service Excellence and excited about making a difference, we invite you to consider joining our team at The George Washinton University Hospital.

"The ER is efficient and well-equipped, and waits are not long, which is wonderful for our patients. I like the family-oriented environment; everyone takes care of everyone else." – Julie, RN, ER Charge Nurse
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Critical Needs
Level 1

Medical Technologists
Registered Nurses (by functional area):

  • Education RN
  • Emergency Room RN
  • Intensive Care RN
  • Med/Surg RN
  • Oncology RN
  • Operating Room RN
  • Perioperative Services RN
  • Psychiatric RN
  • Telemetry RN
  • Women's Services RN
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Critical Needs
Level 2

Physical Therapist
Radiology Technician
Ultrasound Technician

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The George Washington University Hospital is owned and operated by a subsidiary of Universal Health Services, Inc.(UHS), a King of Prussia, PA-based company, that is one of the largest healthcare management companies in the nation.         

The George Washington University Hospital
900 23rd St., NW
Washington, DC 20037
202-715-4000

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