Join Our Nursing Team
At Penn Highlands Healthcare we provide a challenging, yet rewarding environment for our nurses – which gives them an opportunity to grow on a personal and professional level. Our nurses demonstrate skilled care and compassion which impacts and changes the lives of their patients within our communities.
Our nurses are the heart of our healthcare team. With our variety of specialty units and our expanding footprint across the region, there are endless opportunities to allow nurses to grow & expand their skills throughout our healthcare system. Reach out to email@example.com for more information.View Openings
Our year-long nurse residency program, taught by our clinical nurse educators, provides the education, training and support you need to be successful as you start your nursing career with Penn Highlands Healthcare. Connect with one of our recruiters to learn about our opportunities!View Openings
Licensed Practical Nurses
As an LPN at Penn Highlands Healthcare there are many opportunities; whether that be in the inpatient setting, outpatient setting or our skilled nursing facilities.View Openings
Our support staff is the key to the success of our patient care at Penn Highlands Healthcare. They work closely with the clinical staff to provide exceptional care through our community-based health system.View Openings
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Hear From Our Team
I love everything about my job. I like the people, I like the variety. I love the ever changing world that nursing is. Nursing has grown so much in the last 20 years. I am thrilled to be in a job that I have to continuously stimulate my brain. And using all of my current knowledge and the knowledge that I gain to help people and save their lives is the greatest feeling. There’s no replacement for the happiness when a patient’s condition is better because I took care of them.
Liz Davis, RN, BSN, CEN
Director Emergency Department & Respiratory Therapy
Penn Highlands Clearfield
I did nursing clinical rotations at several hospitals during nursing school, Penn Highlands was one of them. I was impressed at the level of care that was provided to the patients. There was a high standard held to staff to provide exceptional care and it was evident. Patients wanted to come to Dubois and nurses wanted to work here. It is a challenging and rewarding place to work.
Holly Hertlein, RN, CEN
Trauma Performance Improvement Coordinator
Penn Highlands DuBois
Keep an open mind. It's so easy to go to school and think I absolutely want to work in OB or Pediatrics. You just never know, it could turn out that cath lab, OR, or wound healing might turn out to be your niche. You might try many areas until you find "your place" and there is nothing wrong with that. That's the beauty of nursing, there's something for everyone.
Michelle Harker, RN, BSN, CGRN
Endoscopy Charge Nurse
Penn Highlands Huntingdon
I still remember when I moved here 3 years ago, I was so intimidated on how to fit in in medical field because I had been working in corporate world for 5 years. It was a huge adjustment but I’m grateful that PHH helped me grow. From working in the Dietary, Housekeeping, MedSurg (as patient aide), Laboratory departments, I’m excited to finish LPN program in March. Praying for more successes in the coming years. Thank you Penn Highlands Healthcare for all the opportunities to grow.
Jenaline Brooks, Certified Phlebotomist