Thank you for considering Firelands Regional Medical Center and Firelands Physician Group in your employment search.
Firelands Regional Medical Center and Firelands Physician Group are nicotine and smoke-free organizations in compliance with state and federal law. If you smoke or use other tobacco or nicotine products, including occasionally or socially, you will not be considered for hire. All applicants considered for hire will be subject to a nicotine test as part of our pre-employment testing process. Additionally, once hired, employees must remain tobacco and nicotine-free.
Furthermore, as a part of Firelands dress code policy, we reserve the right to prohibit employees from displaying tattoos or body piercings. All visible tattoos must be covered with a standard uniform at all times and visible piercings must be removed. Applicants who cannot cover or remove tattoos or body piercings will not be considered for hire.
Firelands Physician Group is part of the Firelands Regional Medical Center family. Established in 1989, Firelands Physician Group offers primary care and specialty care in Erie County and surrounding communities.
Firelands Physician Group Physicians represent specialties for the healthcare needs of you and your family. With over 100 years of combined experience, our physicians have proved themselves to provide the care you need, when you need it.
Wondering what it's really like to work at Firelands Regional Medical Center or Firelands Physician Group? Read what some of our employees had to say:
"When I began looking for a job as a nurse, I applied at two different places. I was offered a position at both, surprisingly since I was also 8 ½ months pregnant. I was torn between which one I should take, since both seemed like pretty good places to work, but admittedly, one paid a little bit more an hour. Strongly leaning towards the one that paid a bit more, I scheduled an employee pre-screening. The day I was scheduled to get it done, I went into labor. I called from my hospital bed, and told the recruiter about my situation, and that I was going to have reschedule my screening. I was met with a lack of enthusiasm, and the person seemed almost “put out” by my circumstance. After hanging up, my next call was to the Firelands’ recruiter. I told them I would be happy to take the job, but under my circumstances it might be around 9 weeks before I could start. The first words were “Congratulations” and followed by a concern for what I was going through at the moment, and assurances that I would be more than welcome after I was ready.I think I might have been a very different nurse if I had “grown up” in any other environment. From the beginning, the people I work with have placed a priority on the connection with every person they encounter. While this is a business, from day one I have felt cared for and appreciated, more like a family. Anyone can get a job that will pay you, but when we have to spend so much of our lives in one place, why not do it with people who matter to you, and who you matter to." - Quality & Patient Satisfaction Department