As one of the region’s largest employers, Coffee Regional Medical Center offers rewarding career opportunities in a variety of fields. Our clinical staff enjoys working in a hospital that was recently awarded the best quality for small hospitals in Georgia. We encourage you to apply for a position at CRMC – it will turn into a rewarding career. For job listings and employment applications click on Log in Now.
Working at Coffee Regional
Working at CRMC takes a unique individual. Our employees are dedicated, hard-working and team-oriented. Above all else, our employees know our patients come first. Whether you work at the bedside or behind the scenes, we all save lives.
As a CRMC employee, you receive a comprehensive compensation and benefits package. In addition to competitive pay, CRMC offers a wide variety of insurance products so you can customize a benefits package that helps you achieve a work-life balance.
“This job affords me the ability to make a definite impact on patients’ lives – whether it be counseling our patients or making recommendations to doctors on medications”
-Greg Davis, Clinical Pharmacist
“They provide an atmosphere where I can advance my career and get more and more education. They foster the environment of mentoring and educating. I am the third generation employee at CRMC.”
-Amanda Fann, Patient Financial Services, 20 years
“I enjoy the people I work with and their dedication to patients. It’s a wonderful hospital right here in our hometown.”
-Katie Adams, Clinical Pharmacist
“I love the things that I do here at Coffee regional; I just love everything about it; I just love it- really I do! I love everything about it. We all work as a team to care for our patients.”
-Katoria Grady, LPN, Medical
“We have highly trained staff here that is capable of taking care of any medical condition which may arise. Coffee Regional is one of the best at making people better.”
-Clay McKinnon, RN, Emergency Room
“I love CRMC because it is big enough to grow, big enough to have exciting opportunities in nursing, but small enough to feel like a family environment. When people are in the hospital they need help the most, and if I can make a difference in that person’s care, that makes my day a good one! You get more hands on nursing care here than at a bigger hospital”
-Laura Steverson, RN, Director Surgical Services