Working with Penn State Health Medical Group means being part of a team that strives to provide excellent patient care every day, but also one that works together to set and achieve goals, build on the Penn State Health legacy and create new possibilities for the future.
Within Penn State Health Medical Group, there are various opportunities for employees—both clinical and nonclinical—to grow in their careers. The Professional Clinical Ladder and Medical Office Associates (MOA) training program provide career pathways for Licensed Practical Nurses and MOAs. We encourage our employees at every turn to continue their education and advancement. Numerous opportunities are available for professional development, specialty certification, and career growth.
Throughout our health system, we are committed to providing patient- and family-centered care to all patients —and skillfully handle needs at every level of complexity utilizing our shared governance model of care.
Clinical: Registered Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, Medical Assistant
Leadership opportunities: Practice Site Manager, Senior Attending Nurse, Attending Nurse, Clinical Supervisor, Medical Office Supervisor
Non-clinical: Medical Office Associate, Registrar, Scheduler, Quality Associate
The communities Penn State Health serves