Community Medical Centers is the region’s largest healthcare provider and private employer with more than 8,500 employees and access to the largest physician group in the Valley.

Fiscal Year 2017 Staffing:

  • More than 8,500 employees (full-time, part-time and per diem)

  • *3,100 nursing staff

  • 1,400 affiliated physicians

  •    300 medical/dental residents

  •    970 volunteers

*The 3,100 nursing staff members represent R.N., L.V.N. and per diem at all facilities and are included in the more than 8,500 clinical and non-clinical employees.

Variety of Programs and Services

The Community Medical Centers network is home to many programs and services ranging from Level 1 trauma and outpatient cancer care, pediatrics specialties and neuroscience to our comprehensive burn center, leading-edge heart care and award winning bariatric program.

This variety gives us the unique ability to provide a world of opportunities for your professional growth and personal advancement.

Philosophy on Unions

Community Medical Centers – a locally owned not-for-profit, governed by a board of local citizens and medical practitioners – believes employees are best served by open, direct dialogue with management, without a union go-between.

And our patients are better served when we invest our resources in technology, staffing and facilities – rather than in protracted or recurring union negotiations and mandatory union dues.
The decision to be represented by a union is a serious one that’s ultimately up to our employees. We believe it’s important to have open dialogue with our staff about unionization, just as we would on any other employment-related topic.

In large part, these communications are governed by the National Labor Relations Act to ensure fairness to all sides. Following this dialogue, if a significant number of employees wish to pursue unionization, Community supports their right to a secret-ballot election. And regardless of an election’s outcome, Community will support its remarkable workforce in every way possible.
Currently among our more than 8,500-employee workforce we have one unit that has elected to have labor-union representation. The Stationary Engineers Local 39 of the International Union of Operating Engineers/AFL-CIO represents about 20 Central Energy Plant employees on our Community Regional Medical Center campus.