HCA Healthcare jobs in non-clinical settings
HCA Healthcare's commitment to the care and improvement of human life is reflected in every facility, in every clinician and in every member of our support staff including dietary, administration and registration and housekeeping. All staff members play vital roles in providing quality care to our patients.
As the nation's largest healthcare employer, we acknowledge this dedication in our teams by providing each member with resources and opportunities designed to invest their potential as a healthcare innovator and leader. Several affiliated facilities offer an eight-month School-at-Work program designed to lift the career of the entry-level employee to the next level, opening opportunity for advancement within HCA Healthcare and the healthcare industry.
From introductory programs on the business of healthcare to market-competitive total rewards, to continuing education and career advancement opportunities, we offer all employees a solid foundation to build on.
Shared services – the business of healthcare
A commitment to patient care and the improvement of human life is the foundation of HCA Healthcare; that dedication reaches beyond our hospitals and outpatient centers to include business operations providing materials management support for our clinical staff, and patient account services that make everything from provision of care to payment easy for our patients.
Shared services improve performance and reduce costs by consolidating several non-clinical, administrative functions. Those functions include Patient Account Services (PAS), Supply Chain Services (SCS) and Payroll Services (PSC, Payroll Service Center), HIM Shared Services, and Credentialing Services. Streamlining these areas allows us to direct additional resources to patient care and enhance our hospitals' fundamental focus on clinical services.
The mission of Shared Services is to be the business of healthcare, so that hospitals can focus on their mission: delivering quality patient care.
For our employees, HCA Healthcare delivers dedicated resources and sound opportunities, creating a solid foundation on which to build your career and achieve your potential as a business professional on our Shared Services team.
Visit the Shared Services jobs site
Food and Nutrition
Careers for nutrition professionals
HCA Healthcare's commitment to the care and improvement of human life is reflected in every position. Our departments of Food and Nutrition contribute to quality patient care through our clinical dietitian services and patient meal service. Food and Nutrition team members ensure that all patients are fed according to their dietary needs and restrictions. The Food and Nutrition Departments provide service for all patient populations including neonatal, pediatric, adult and geriatric.
The roles in this department include:
- Registered dietitian
- Dietary technician
- Food and nutrition aide
Our Registered Dietitian professionals provide nutrition assessment, counseling, nutrition education and instruction as ordered by the medical staff to meet the needs of patients of various conditions and cultural backgrounds.
Facilities Management, Plant Operations, and Security
Supporting our facilities
The Plant Operations department maintains the physical environment of the hospital buildings and grounds, and provides related services to support each HCA Healthcare facility in reaching its commitment to the care and improvement of human life. From painting to plumbing, from wiring to communication, our Plant Operations associates keep the physical environment safe and comfortable, and maintain smooth facility operations.
Quality & Risk Leaders
We know as a leader in your field, you have dedicated your life to the practice of nursing and we want you to join us in advancing nursing through innovative practices, performance improvement, and implementing quality initiatives that will make a difference in the lives of our patients.