Join Our Team

Clinical and Non-Clinical Careers

Including RN & Nursing Jobs in Manchester

There’s nothing like the feeling of helping people live healthier lives. It’s a core aspect of our vision and mission. Joining our team means you’ll be surrounded by caring colleagues who share your enthusiasm for helping others along with a dedication to professionalism, compassion, respect and kindness.

Speaking of caring, if you’re looking for a RN or nursing job in Manchester or the surrounding area, we have full- and part-time openings for qualified candidates.

Other clinical positions include physicians, lab techs, paramedics/EMTs and more. Non-clinical positions are available for clerical and patient support roles. All full-time positions offer competitive wages and an outstanding benefits package including health insurance, paid leave, IPERS retirement program and much more.

Contact Our HR Department

Phone: 563-927-7578
Fax: 563-927-7352
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More About Our Team

Regional Medical Center (RMC) is an acute care facility located in Manchester, Iowa providing quality care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Family practice clinics are located in Manchester and surrounding communities — Dyersville, Edgewood, Hopkinton, Strawberry Point and Winthrop.

Being part of the RMC team means providing quality patient care, both clinical and non-clinical. We are committed to excellence in what we do for our patients, their families, visitors and one another. Whether you are seeking employment, looking to volunteer or wanting to join our team as a student, we invite you to learn more about who we are, what we do and the ways we strive to improve the health of our communities.

Employees Helping at Hospital Week Grill Out

A Culture and Values You Can Live With

At Regional Medical Center, we’re dedicated to improving the health of our communities through professional and personalized care. Check out this brief video to learn more about what matters to us.

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