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Our comprehensive health system will meet the changing health needs of our community in a compassionate, collaborative and cost-effective manner... consistent with our Core Values.

Critical Attributes

At Commonwealth Health, we believe that health care can be a very fulfilling career, particularly when you are able to make a real difference in a patient's life — it intrinsically affects your own life. We seek Associates who:

  • Listen to patients and understand what they need.

  • We can count on, because you're willing to do what it takes to care for a patient or support the health care team.

  • Have good organization and communication skills. Being a critical thinker and problem solver are other key elements.

  • Excel at what you do. Some of our best Associates become mentors, showing new employees how to become more caring and effective.

  • Are alert and responsive to the needs of your patients, as well as the staff and nursing team.

  • Are detail oriented. Health care requires paying attention to numerous details and prioritizing multiple tasks. We look for Associates who can manage effectively in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment.

  • Have strong written and verbal skills, and are effective communicators.

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Wilkes-Barre General Hospital

Wilkes-Barre General Hospital is Northeastern Pennsylvania’s largest community hospital, with 412 beds and a medical staff of more than 400 physicians representing nearly 50 medical and surgical specialties. The hospital is an accredited Level II Trauma Center and treats nearly 60,000 patients each year in its emergency department.  Wilkes-Barre General Hospital has long been recognized for excellence in heart and vascular care, and offers advanced treatment for wide-ranging specialties, including orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery and minimally invasive robotic-assisted procedures.

Tyler Memorial Hospital

Tyler Memorial Hospital is a 48-bed full-service acute care hospital accredited by The Joint Commission. The hospital offers a range of diagnostic and therapeutic services to the Endless Mountain region, including medical and surgical care; inpatient, outpatient and emergency care; and occupational health services, to name a few. Tyler Memorial Hospital is committed to providing quality health care close to home.

Regional Hospital of Scranton

Regional Hospital of Scranton is a 186-bed acute care hospital accredited by The Joint Commission. The hospital has been nationally recognized for quality and innovation particularly in the areas of orthopedics, cancer care, and cardiology.  Regional was the first hospital in the nation to earn the American College of Cardiology’s Accreditation for Cardiac Cath Labs.

Moses Taylor Hospital

Moses Taylor Hospital is a 214-bed, acute care hospital providing quality health care that is patient-and community-focused. As the only hospital in Lackawanna County to offer labor and delivery, Moses Taylor is also known for its pediatric and neonatal care and was the first hospital in the nation to earn Perinatal Care Certification by The Joint Commission.  Moses Taylor is a Primary Stroke Center, an accredited Chest Pain Center and offers advanced endoscopy.

Berwick Hospital

Berwick Hospital Center is a 90-bed, acute care facility in Columbia County, where technology and skilled professionals come together to provide compassionate, customer-focused care. The hospital has cared for the people of Berwick and its surrounding communities for more than 100 years and offers a range of health care services including inpatient, outpatient, medical, surgical and emergency care.

First Hospital

As Northeastern Pennsylvania’s only private psychiatric hospital, First Hospital provides inpatient psychiatric treatment for children, adolescents and adults, is accredited by The Joint Commission and is recognized as a top performer having core measures scores in the top 15 percent of accredited hospitals in the country.