Come Join Our Team!

Deckerville Community Hospital is looking for energetic, enthusiastic, qualified staff to join our healthcare team. If you are interested in joining a growing, progressive organization with family atmosphere, please send your cover letter and resumé to:

Deckerville Community Hospital
Attn: Human Resources
3559 Pine Street
Deckerville, MI 48427

You can also fax, email, or apply online:

Kelsey Rutkowski
Fax: (810)376-8092
Email: rutkowskik@deckervillehosp.org

Click here for a printable Job Application.

Available Positions
Registered Nurse - Casual - Click here to apply on Indeed.

Deckerville Community Hospital is taking applications for a casual RN – day and night shift. An RN applying will be required to have a completed a qualified nursing program through an accredited college or university and possess a current Michigan Nursing license. Ideal candidates will possess current BLS certification while, ACLS, PALS and TNCC certifications are strongly encouraged. Effective decision making skills and good communication skills with physicians, patients and co-workers are necessary.

Deckerville Community Hospital is seeking to fill the Full-Time Cook position. Flexibility is a must with days, afternoons, weekends, and holidays. High school diploma or equivalent required with basic computer skills. Candidates with two years of experience in hospital quantity food preparation or equivalent special training in culinary arts is preferred. ServSafe certification is preferred.

Medical Laboratory Technician/Technologist - Full-time - Click here to apply on Indeed.

Deckerville Community Hospital is looking for a full-time Medical Laboratory Technician/Technologist (MLT or MT-CLS) to work variable shifts. ASCP or equivalent registry is required.

Coder - Full-time

Deckerville Community Hospital is taking applications for a full-time clinical coding clerk. Ideal candidates will possess an associate’s degree in medical coding and certification is preferred. Hospital inpatient and or medical clinic outpatient coding experience is required. The candidate will be a flexible positive team-player who is a detail oriented multi-tasker with a comprehensive understanding of clinical coding guidelines. Superior communication skills, the ability to learn quickly, the capability to handle high volumes of patient charts, and accuracy are necessary. As a clinical coding clerk, you will work under general supervision to assign diagnostic and procedural codes to patient charts of moderate to high complexity levels using ICD-10 and CPT, HCPCS, and any other designated coding classification system in accordance with coding rules and regulations.