At Orange County Global Medical Center we are committed to attracting talented employees that will continue to build on our organizations strengths and achievements. Whether you desire a career in direct patient care or employment opportunities in supporting services, Orange County Global Medical Center offers exceptional resources and benefits in which to succeed.
If you’re looking to join our hospital as an employee, please click on the button below to begin your future as a KPC Health employee. We offer a comprehensive benefits program, including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k and more.
ATTEND OUR NURSING JOB FAIR
You’re invited to join us November 14th, December 5th and 12th, for our Nursing Recruiting Event. Find out what great career opportunities await you at Orange County Global Medical Center. Experienced nurses and Walk-In Wednesdays
Join The Team!
November 14, 2018 | 1:00pm – 3:30pm
December 5th, 2018 | 1:00pm – 3:30pm
December 12th, 2018 | 1:00pm – 3:30pm
Orange County Global Medical Center
1001 N Tustin Ave.
Santa Ana, CA 92705
Contact our Human Resources Department to learn more about career opportunities at Orange County Global Medical Center by calling 714-953-3646.
Employee Recognition Programs
The Essential Piece of the Puzzle Award – Recognizing Extraordinary Employees and Volunteers
The employees and volunteers at Orange County Global Medical Center are dedicated to proving a high quality experience for every single patient that come through our doors. Orange County Global Medical Center recognizes outstanding performances through the Essential Piece of the Puzzle Program. The recognition program is open to all employees and volunteers representing the core values of:
How to nominate:
Anyone can nominate an employee for the Essential Piece of the Puzzle Award including physicians, patients, visitors, nurses and other employees by completing a nomination form and submitting it one of the Essential Piece of the Puzzle nominee box locations. For information on nominee box locations, please contact Human Resources at 714.953.3646.
The Daisy Award
The Daisy Award is an international program that recognizes and celebrates the extraordinary clinical expertise and care given by our registered nurses every day, and Orange County Global Medical Center is proud to be a Daisy Award Partner.
The nurses at Orange County Global Medical Center are dedicated to delivering exceptional care to each and every patient under our care. Providing exception service, quality in service, compassion and respect are our highest priority. The Daisy Award exemplifies Orange County Global Medical Center’s core values of:
How to nominate:
Anyone can nominate a Nurse for The Daisy Award including physicians, patients, visitors, nurses and other employees by completing a nomination form and submitting it one of The Daisy Award nominee box locations. For information on nominee box locations, please contact Human Resources at 714.953.3646.
If you would like to volunteer your precious time at our hospital and with our patients, we thank you in advance. For over six decades, Orange County Global Medical Center has had a renowned volunteer program. Currently we hold over 200 volunteers, and together they serve approximately 35,000 hours a year to our medical center.
Anyone can be a volunteer! Our volunteer program is divided into three categories: “Junior Volunteers” for high school-students, “Collegiate Volunteers,” for students currently enrolled in college, and “Auxiliary Volunteers” for adults who are not enrolled in school.
How do our volunteers help?
Volunteers help areas of our facility, in both patient and non-patient departments. For example, volunteers are able to work in our Emergency Services department, the Pharmacy and even on some of the nursing floors.
How do I become a volunteer?
Orientations for prospective volunteers are held four times a year. We do everything we can to make sure our volunteers feel welcome, prepared and excited to be part of a great organization. Each session is only four hours long and is followed by at least two on-the-job shifts of training by another volunteer or staff member. After a volunteer has completed orientation and training satisfactorily, he or she works at least one 4-hour shift every week.
For more information about becoming a volunteer, please contact the Director of Volunteer Services at 714-953-3451.
Note: All healthcare related duties are performed only by qualified healthcare professionals and not by volunteers.