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We have clinical and non-clinical positions available. Clinical positions treat patients or provide direct patient care of any type. Clinical roles often require certification or licensing. Some positions include Registered Nurses, Respiratory Therapist, Certified Phlebotomist, and Medical Assistants.

Non-Clinical positions support patient care, but the work does not provide direct diagnosis, treatment, or care for the patient. Some positions include Environmental Services Aides, Business Office Certified Risk coder, Patient Access Associates, and Privacy Specialist.

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  • Great reasons to work at Jennie Stuart Health
  • New hire process
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  • About our facility

The Human Resources Department of Jennie Stuart Health is pleased to offer a full range of discounts and perks to our employees, including:

  • Discounts to local gyms and fitness centers
  • Quick-charge
  • Magnolia Too Boutique
  • Pharmacy
  • Cafeteria
  • Daily rounding
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Criminal background/substance screening
  • Onboarding Event
  • Physical assessment
  • Mandatory hospital orientation
  • Mandatory clinical orientation for clinicians
  • Benefit eligible first month following 90 days.


We are pleased that you have considered Jennie Stuart Health as the place to further your career.

  • Up to $500 reimbursement for NCLEX and review testing
  • Competitive RN base salary upon graduation for an accredited school of nursing
  • Acceptance of new grads into specialty areas (as needed)
  • Competitive benefits, salary and shift differentials

Jennie Stuart Health offers a great employment opportunity for those seeking to join a strong team of caring medical professionals.

Located in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, Jennie Stuart Health is located in the county seat of Christian County, and the primary business and retail center between Paducah and Bowling Green. Hopkinsville is situated near the lush countryside of a rich agricultural community, and is a short drive to the popular Land Between the Lakes national recreation area. We also are close to Fort Campbell, Kentucky, that is home to the U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division which consists of four combat brigades along with the 101st Aviation Brigade, 159th Aviation Brigade, 101st Sustainment Brigade and several separate commands.

Additional shopping and entertainment opportunities are available at nearby Clarksville, Tennessee, and even more cultural opportunities are located at Nashville.


The Jennie Stuart Health Summer Nurse Extern Program provides nursing students an opportunity to develop previously learned skills under the supervision of experienced registered nurses. The program lets nursing students experience the nursing profession in the most realistic setting possible (while following legal and safety restrictions for purposes of patient safety and professionalism). The Summer Nurse Extern Program will help strengthen assessment and clinical skills, develop communication and critical thinking skills, expand knowledge of the professional nurses’ role and build confidence in applying the skills learned in the academic environment. Jennie Stuart Health has seen firsthand how the Nurse Extern Program encourages retention of nursing graduates through provision of supplemental practice in the workplace.

• Candidates must be currently enrolled in an approved school
of nursing program within the U.S. that is preparing candidates
for registered nursing licensure.
• Successfully completed, at a minimum, the second semester of nursing school.
• Candidates must be in good standing of the school of nursing
with a minimum GPA of 2.5
• Current BLS certification: American Heart Association or American Red Cross

Candidate must be willing to work 36-40 hours per week
during the 10-week summer program. 

Nurse externs are allowed to perform any act that is routinely
part of a nursing assistant’s job description. Also, pending
approval of competency by school faculty, nurse externs may
also perform skills that have been taught in a nursing education
program. You must be deemed competent on these skills by
the Jennie Stuart Health nursing staff before you perform them
without direct supervision in our facility.
Skills you may perform:
• Application of heat and cold
• Discontinuance of peripheral IV catheter
• Urinary catheterization (male and female) – both in and out
catheterization, and indwelling catheterization
• Nasogastric removal
• Glucose monitoring
• Sterile dressing changes/wound care
• Splint application
• Care of well-established tracheostomies
• Insertion of needle/catheter into vein
• Rectal enemas
Skills you may NOT perform:
• Administer medication (oral, rectal, IM, SQ or intradermal)
• Administer blood or blood products
• Access or discontinue ports or central venous lines
• Receipt of verbal orders
• You may not independently assume the role, function or
responsibility of licensed personnel and may not substitute
for licensed nursing staff
We Provide Tuition Assistance!


Family Health
Term life insurance
Short-term and long-term disability
Critical illness
Accident insurance
403(b) Retirement Savings offered
Flex spending account
Dependent spending account
Air Evac membership
Activities & Events

Annual Service Awards Banquet
Relay for Life
American Heart Walk
Alzheimer’s Walk
SEALS Team events:
Christmas Dance
Hospital Week
Fall Festival Annual Picnic
and more....

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