People who come to work for MediLodge
tend to stay with us, especially if they’ve come from another
nursing home or long term care provider. Here are some of the reasons
If you’re committed to providing excellent nursing care to
the elderly, you’ll have the chance to do it here. We expect
the best you can give, and in return, we’ll encourage you
to keep growing so that you can continue to make a difference in
the lives of our residents and the people around you.
We want our employees to stay current—or even ahead—of
the latest trends and research in elder care. To that end, we offer
training courses, educational opportunities, and even tuition reimbursement.
We give our administrators lots of support and encouragement, and
also a great deal of autonomy. Our administrators care about what
goes on in their buildings as if they owned them. You won’t
find a lot of “one-size-fits-all” corporate directives.
You will find caring administrators, leaders, and supportive group
staff who work together to make each facility the best it can be.
Our benefits package is offered cafeteria-style, so you can choose
what you need. We offer health insurance, life insurance, short
and long term disability insurance, a 401(k) plan, and more. Some
of our facilities even offer on-site child care.
Each MediLodge nursing home does its best to provide the utmost
care possible. By joining our team, you will become part of the
finest group of nursing homes in the country. Caring for the elderly
isn’t easy, but it is one of the most rewarding jobs you can
have. Recognizing that, we take lots of opportunities to de-stress
and have fun. Each location does this in its own way.
Visit our individual
locations’ web sites to learn more about opportunities
and benefits available.
--Terry Garrison, CNA/Transportation
MediLodge of Hillman
--Carmel Davis, Nurse
MediLodge of Southfield
MediLodge of Richmond