OSF Saint James - John W. Albrecht Medical Center has a lot of the positive aspects you’d expect from a respected health care provider like excellent compensation and benefits, access to technology, job mobility and more.

Those aren't the things that make OSF Saint James a place to work, however. When the Sisters opened one of their hospitals here in Pontiac in 1907, they were directed by one guiding principle that still drives our staff to this day: nurse the sick with "the greatest care and love."

Joining OSF Saint James

Careers | Current Openings (Button)The spirit of the founding Sisters is still very much alive here at OSF HealthCare, from the physicians to administration and everyone in between.

We have created a culture of excellence which truly makes us unique and enhances our Mission of providing "the greatest care and love" to all the patients and families we serve. Wherever your professional talents lie, you will find rewarding careers in a caring environment.

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  • Employee Testimonials | Susanna Legner (Vertical)

    Susanna Legner

    "I enjoy making a difference in people's lives whether it is patients, their families or my co-workers. I am inspired by the positive stories so many patients tell and just knowing that what I do is much more than just earning a living. It is a calling and a Ministry."

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  • Employee Testimonials | Charles Jiardina (Vertical)

    Charles Jiardina

    "When I first started at OSF Saint James, it was the first hospital to give me the opportunity to pursue my passion in health care. Today, the environment keeps me here since everyone is friendly and has a sense of humor."

    "In this community, I like the close knit atmosphere. Everyone tries their best to help make the patient experience the best they can. Additionally, this brings out the best in our team and employees."

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  • Employee Testimonials | Cindy Voigts (Vertical)

    Cindy Voigts

    "One of the great things about nursing is that there are so many different areas to work in whether in inpatient care or outside of the hospital. When you need a change, you can stay in the same field and just change the area in which you work. Also, being able to work many different shifts and schedules will help fit nursing into managing family life. I’ve been a nurse for 30 years and have been able to work in many different areas and situations as well as change shifts to accommodate having children, a working spouse, and to avoid burn out."

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