Since 1963, Barton Memorial Hospital has served the healthcare needs of our community and continues to expand as those needs increase.
Our staff is dedicated to providing quality health care for the entire family.
This mountain resort community is located 100 miles east of Sacramento, California, and 60 miles southwest of Reno, Nevada, at approximately 6,200 foot altitude in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The breath-taking beauty of Lake Tahoe lends itself to year-round outdoor recreation, with the added draw of gaming and celebrity entertainment that attracts people from all over the world. Barton Memorial Hospital is a community-owned, not-for-profit hospital with state-of-the-art technology, board certified physicians and a dedicated group of employees. As one of the most popular ski areas in the world, the 60,000 square foot hospital is home to an outstanding orthopedics program. Barton Memorial Hospital serves a population of over 100,000 residents, spread from the Lake Tahoe area, through Douglas County and to the remote areas of Lyon County, Nevada.
We invite you to take some time now to explore our site and learn more about us. You can search for current openings at any of our facilities, inquire about jobs not listed, and even email a job listing to a friend. And, if you see an opportunity that fits your life, you can apply online.
As the nursing shortage is sweeping across the country, Barton Memorial Hospital is preparing for the future with several Educational Opportunities and events for potential nursing staff and for Graduate Registered Nurses.
If you wish to apply in person, visit the Human Resources Department at 2155 South Ave. (Across the street from the Hospital).
You may also contact Human Resources at (530) 543-5952 for a listing of open positions or call our job line at 1-866-485-6100.
On the left is a link to current open positions, as well as links to benefits information.
"While working in large institutions, I often found myself swimming in a sea of obscurity: the amount of unfamiliar faces and names was astounding. Being anonymous was the norm. But at Barton? Familiarity reigns. Here, you are visible. Within a short time of joining this family, you notice the intertwining relationships between varied departments. People know each other: they know their birthdays, their families and, most importantly, how to make each other laugh. And when crisis arrives for someone within the Barton family? Countless people – who used to be anonymous at one time themselves – step forward to lend their support. This act of knowing other humans to a degree that you miss them when they are gone – it is what life is all about. Which is why I love it here." - MS
"I have had the pleasure of working for Barton Hospital for going on 27 years. The community and our visitors are lucky to have a healthcare facility that has the greatest loving and caring staff wanting what is best for the patients. My coworkers are family to me and I could not imagine working anywhere else." - RF
"I share with everyone, how lucky we are to have Barton Hospital in our community. I totally enjoy my perfect job of making our patients & family feel comfortable & at ease, letting them know the protocol & assuring the families that we will keep them informed of the patient's progress." - NG
"I joined Barton in July of 2004 which has turned out to be an excellent choice. Barton consistently gives me what I need to be successful at what I do. My job is very rewarding and I enjoy coming to work every day. Barton is a great place to work." - PF
"I started out at Barton as a night time Housekeeper, I now work in the ICU department as a Monitor Technician and part-time in the EKG department as an ECG Technician. I have been at Barton for 6 years, in those 6 years I've held 5 different job titles and have learned a lot. There are many opportunities to take advantage of when working for Barton. I can always say that it has been one of the best places I have ever worked at, Its not just a job its an opportunity." - AD
"I have part of the Barton Family since 1997 as a Surgical Nurse. It is truly a dream job. We live in beautiful South Lake Tahoe where outdoor activities are endless, year round. It is a close knit community where everyone is treated like family, patients and co workers alike. The level of care is truly exceptional for a rural hospital and treatments are state of the art. Management is supportive and promotes advancement. I cannot imagine a better life than what we have here." - DM
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