Careers & Volunteering
Do you believe in making a positive difference? At GRMC, it is our mission to make a positive difference in every life that we are privileged to touch. When you combine our mission to make a positive difference for patients’ with our culture of pride, compassion and talent – the outcome is a work environment that is both rewarding and impactful.
Career opportunities at GRMC include:
- working side by side respected professionals and physicians
- unique, non-corporate environment
- ample opportunity to grow
- generous benefit package and pay rates
Are you a Physician?
The Seguin medical community is unique in many ways. GRMC is the only city-county hospital in Texas. It is a not-for-profit, non-corporate, community hospital licensed for 125 beds. A $100 million expansion project was completed five years ago, making this facility one of the most spacious and elegant in the San Antonio region, and a $19 million project is currently underway. As per Healthgrades ratings, GRMC has consistently ranked as one of the highest in the nation for quality orthopedic care based on volume and outcomes. In addition to acute care services, we also have an Inpatient Rehab Unit with special focus for orthopedic and neurological patients.
For more details or to inquire about physician opportunities at GRMC, click here.
Nearly 200 dedicated volunteers at GRMC work alongside health care professionals to give our patients, their families and visitors compassionate and friendly care. The GRMC Volunteers’ Mission is to serve the Medical Center in ways that are approved and supported by the Medical Center’s Administration and Board of Managers.
An Opportunity to Serve – Volunteering at GRMC means joining a tradition of caring for neighbors and service to community. Volunteers develop strong connections with other volunteers, physicians and staff. Whether you work from home or you’re a seasoned professional, student or retiree, there is always a need for dedicated, concerned citizens to help GRMC serve its patients and community. GRMC also offers opportunities for students at the Summer Junior Volunteer Program. To learn more about volunteering at GRMC, call Teresa Lachlin at (830) 401-7620.
2016 Scholarship Application – Download here
Junior Volunteer Application – Download here
Where Can I volunteer? The volunteers serve at the front information desks, outpatient waiting area and gift shop. They may also assist in such departments as Imaging, Maintenance, Surgery, Endoscopy, Medical Records and Home Care.
Hospice Volunteer Program – The Hospice Volunteer Program was added in 1990. These compassionate volunteers must graduate from an extensive orientation before going on to work with terminally ill patients. Since its inception, dozens have been trained in the facilitation of a supportive environment in which dying patients can live their final days with dignity and quality of life; surrounded by the comforts of friends and family. Other volunteers help the program with fundraising and office projects not requiring direct patient contact. To learn more about our Hospice Volunteer Program, call (830) 401-7561.
Student Intern Orientation
GRMC is committed to provide each student an excellent environment to learn and develop skills in your area of interest. Your professor/school representative should have submitted the Student Processing Form. It is required before you attend the onsite orientation. Student orientation is held in Employee Services located in the Central Entrance.
On arrival for your scheduled onsite orientation, you must bring the following – completed/signed:
3. Review ¦ Complete Network Usage Acknowledgement
5. Review & Complete ID Badge Acknowledgement
If your school has NOT completed a criminal history check, please review and complete the following:
- If your school has
- required a TB/Mantoux test in the last 12 months you must complete
- to orientation.(Can be completed at GRMC for $10.00 – call Staff Development.)
Physician Assistant Students ONLY
Please print your name on the Staff line and sign Exhibit B. The physician will need to sign and date. (Will review at orientation)
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