People of NMC

What It’s Like to Work Here

Newton Medical Center is a 103-hospital, with a comprehensive offering of services and specialties. As a progressive organization, we have the resources to meet medical needs of our patients, yet we are small enough for each individual employee to make a difference. Here is what some of our employees have to say about working here.

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Kesa E
I love working at Newton Medical Center because I am passionate about our mission. NMC staff are united in providing patient-centered care and serving our community. I know our work not only saves lives but also helps to improve quality of lives.
Kesa E | Home Health
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Cherish E
Materials is challenging but rewarding, and I’m glad I changed career paths years ago. NMC encourages me to grow and pushes me out of my comfort zone. Having a great team to work with side by side with as we do our part in protecting and defending our patients is a bonus.
Cherish E | Materials Management

Giving Back

Here at Newton Medical Center, we are invested in our local communities and involved in numerous service activities. As an organization, we support local organizations through event sponsorships and donations. Each year, our employees perform nearly 10,000 hours of community benefit, through activities such as serving on local boards and providing community education. But some of our employees take it a step further; below are some of their stories.

NMC Supervisor Called to Mission Work
NMC Supervisor Called to Mission Work

Jason, a supervisor in NMC’s food and nutrition services department, first felt the call to do mission work in 2010, but he couldn’t find the right program for him. He wanted to help those that weren’t the first thought in people’s minds when they heard the words ‘mission work’.

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NMC Supervisor Creates Healing Environment at Local Nursing Home
NMC Supervisor Creates Healing Environment at Local Nursing Home

Nancy is the laboratory information supervisor at NMC and has been volunteering in Goessel for twenty years. Specifically, Nancy volunteers at the Butterfly Garden at Bethesda Home. As a member of the Town and Country Club (the club that started the garden), Nancy coordinates the garden’s upkeep.

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Trip to Haiti Leaves NMC Nurse Forever Changed
Trip to Haiti Leaves NMC Nurse Forever Changed

This past July, Olivia, a registered nurse on NMC’s surgical unit, traveled with a team of 15 to the island of Haiti. Based at the Centre Children International Lifeline Orphanage in Dargout, Olivia and her team traveled to various churches to hold Vacation Bible School (VBS) and serve a dinner of rice and beans to the local children.

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