Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital is proud to employ over 240 caring and dedicated team members. We are one of the largest employers in Nolan County.
We are pleased to offer our team members an excellent benefit package and a competitive salary program. We are committed to providing our team with a pleasant work environment and we strive to meet your needs, so that together we can meet our patient's needs.
All applicants must undergo and pass a drug screen and criminal background check post offer. Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital is an equal opportunity employer and a drug free workplace.
Employee of the Month
Congratulations to Jeree Hendley, our June Employee of the Month. Jeree began her career at RPMH 35 years ago as and RN on Med/Surg. She currently serves as a Case Manager in our Utilization Review Department. Jeree was nominated by a co-worker that said, "she is loyal and committed to her job and responsibilities." It was later mentioned that Jeree was "deserving of Employee of the Month for her dedication to the facility, patients and community." Jeree is a graduate of Northwest Texas Hospital School of Nursing at Amarillo College. She and her husband, Terry are longtime residents of Sweetwater. Congratulations to Jeree!
Pictures Left to Right are: Julie Hall-Senior Director Business, Vicky Rasberry-Director of Utilization Review, Jeree-EOM, and Donna Boatright-Hospital Administrator
Employee of the Year.
Congratulations to Lori Jones, our 2014 Employee of the Year. Lori joined the RPMH family in May 1998 as the Nursing Service Secretary and Staffing Coordinator. Lori was named our November Employee of the Month and she went on to be voted 2014 Employee of the Year by her co-workers. Lori graduated from Sweetwater High School in 1987 and attended Western Texas College in Snyder where she graduated with an Associates Degree. TO understand why Lori received this award, you need only to speak to the RPMH employees. "Having someone like Lori on the RPMH team is a blessing to us all." Lori and her husband, Michael, are longtime residents of Sweetwater. They have two daughters, Sierra and Samantha. Congratulations Lori!
Pictured left to right: Maxine Montano0CNO, Lori-EOY, Donna Boatright-Hospital Administrator
Heartbeat of the Year
The Heartbeat program is designed to make all employees aware of their role in customer service by promoting teamwork, courtesy, respect and dignity for others. This year, we had 14 different departments nominated by our staff, but our winner was Education/Infection Control.
The nomination read "This department is a one person department who does the work of 20 people." "She always does this with pride for our hospital and our new employees love her." "Dody is a team player, and you could not find a better person to show courtesy, respect and dignity for our customers." Dody graduated from Winters High School, and went on to attend Ranger Junior College and Angelo State University where she earned her RN Licensure. Dody has been with RPMH since June 1981. She was promoted to Director of Education in 1993. Dody lives in Sweetwater with her husband Arlon. He is a retired Sweetwater Mustang coach and is a part time Cardinal Pharmacy Tech. They have 2 children, Brad Barnes and Kadee Wikse, and 5 grandchildren.
Pictured Left to Right: Donna Boatright-Hospital Administrator, Dody Barnes-Heartbeat of the Year recipient, Kirby Andrews-Hospital Board Member
Below is a list of available positions at Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital.
If you feel like you are perfect for any of the positions below, we encourage you to apply today!
Need additional information?
Please contact our Human Resources Department at 325-235-1701 ext. 222.