San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital Sees Hundreds at Open Recruitment Fair

Wednesday, May 30, was a good day for job seekers and San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital, as approximately 500 people came to the hospital’s Open Recruitment Fair.

Thank you for coming to our Open Recruitment Fair!

Enthusiastic applicants began arriving at 9:30 a.m. to fill out applications and drop off their resumes. Many applicants were even able to interview on the spot with several of the hospital’s Department Directors.

San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital Directors will continue to review the hundreds of applications and resumes submitted in the next weeks. Qualified candidates will be contacted for further interviews.

“Wednesday’s Open Recruitment Fair was a terrific success,” said Molly Ellis, Marketing Coordinator for San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital. “We had hundreds of qualified applicants turn in their resumes, and we look forward to reviewing them closely. We are excited to add to our team here at SGMH, and to continue providing our community with excellent care.”

As San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital continues to grow with the San Gorgonio Pass community, the hospital needs to add to its already qualified staff. The hospital looks forward to hiring more talented people!

To apply online, please visit http://www.sgmh.org/getpage.php?name=employment&sub=Careers and click the “General Application” link.

*Thank you to everyone who came to our Recruitment Fair! No further Recruitment Fairs are planned at this time. For current available positions, please visit our website, at http://www.sgmh.org/getpage.php?name=employment&sub=Careers

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