Klickitat Valley Health

Career Opportunities at KVH

Healthcare employment in the Eastern Columbia River Gorge

 

KVH is the community’s hospital and healthcare network. Serving more than 5,000 residents in Klickitat County, KVH focuses on primary care, general surgery, transitional care and community wellness and therapy. We are a small healthcare system including a 25-bed critical access hospital, family medicine clinic and wellness and therapy center.

*Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has issued an emergency proclamation mandating that all public and private health care and long-term care workers must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by October 18, 2021. To remain in compliance, KVH is requiring that all employees be vaccinated against COVID-19 by October 18, 2021, as outlined in the emergency proclamation. Exemptions from the vaccine requirement may be granted for those employees who qualify for medical or religious accommodations.

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KVH employs approximately 225 passionate professionals. We are a team, dedicated to providing a compassionate approach to health care while utilizing state of the art technology. In addition, we share a great quality of life in the scenic and culturally rich eastern Columbia River Gorge.

KVH believes in hiring and retaining the best-qualified and knowledgeable professionals to achieve our mission to provide our community with safe, high-quality comprehensive health care services in a dignified and compassionate environment. KVH provides a positive atmosphere with innovative and committed employees where their skills are utilized and appreciated. We invite you to join a growing team dedicated to providing expert patient care, to work with talented staff and experience unlimited opportunity for personal and professional growth.

Our employees enjoy a variety of benefits, including competitive salary, health and dental insurance, tuition assistance and much more. Learn More.

We invite you to explore our current job opportunities and discover a rewarding career at KVH.

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Contact information for careers with KVH:

Phone: 509.773.1003

Email: hr@kvhealth.net

KVH is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. It is the policy of the Hospital to ensure equal employment opportunity in all personnel actions including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection and employment, training, promotion, transfer, compensation, work location, discharge, benefits and all other conditions of employment. This policy is to be administered without regard to race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, color, national origin, age, marital status, disability or political affiliations unless a bonafide occupational qualification exists.

District Overview

Our Administrative Structure
Klickitat Valley Health is a nonprofit care provider, operated by Public Hospital District #1 of Klickitat County, Washington and owned by the citizens of the district. An elected Board of Commissioners, comprised of five community members who serve six-year terms, governs the District. Union employees of the District are represented by SEIU, Local 1199 NW.

The KVH Campus encompasses several facilities that include Klickitat Valley Hospital, KVH Family Medicine, and Home Health & Hospice.

Building On Our Past
In April of 1946, the community of Goldendale became the first in the state to take advantage of the new Hill-Burton Act. The Act was established to assure health care services in rural communities and provided low interest money to help rural providers construct new facilities or enhance existing services. Over the years the District has garnered strong community support, enabling facility renovations in 1959, 1969 and 1986.

Community support for our latest bond measure in 2005 funded a 20,000 sq. ft. Hospital addition that includes a new Diagnostic Imaging Department and enlarged Emergency Services capacity, along with numerous technology and facility upgrades.

Investing In Our Future
One thing you can count on – healthcare is in a constant state of change. As new research and treatments become available, technologies improve and skillsets need to be updated. Over the history of the District, the facilities of KVH have grown to incorporate these developments and keep current with state requirements. We consistently seek opportunities to develop new programs and services which meet community needs, while contributing to the District’s financial viability.

Our Most Valuable Asset: Our Personnel
Meeting the challenge of rural healthcare depends on our most valuable asset: the staff of medical professionals who take pride in providing quality care in a friendly “hometown” environment. Our team of doctors, nurses, therapists, technologists, home health aides, administrators, facility maintenance and support staff don’t just care for our community - they’re a part of it. As one of the major employers in the county, Klickitat Valley Health really is about caring for our families, friends and neighbors.