Thank you for your interest in a position with Northfield Hospital & Clinics. Northfield Hospital & Clinics is an integrated, independent, nonprofit health care system providing exceptional care for our patients through a full complement of health services. We serve patients throughout the Twin Cities south metro and southern Minnesota. We are committed to serving our patients through personal attention and excellent care.
We provide rewarding work and competitive benefits in a professional and fun work environment. We invite you to see if your next opportunity is with us!
At Northfield Hospital & Clinics we support a collaborative work environment based on best practices and continuous improvement principles. All employees are encouraged to participate in initiatives that improve safety and quality of care.
We are committed to the communities we serve because we live and work here. Our patients are our neighbors. We believe that we are here to serve the greater community and that we have the ability to improve the health of the communities and region we serve.
Primary and specialty care providers are based out of our FamilyHealth Medical Clinics with seamless access to the many services at the Northfield Hospital. Our FamilyHealth Medical Clinics are located within 15 – 20 minutes of Northfield Hospital.
What Makes Us Unique
Personalized, patient-centered care has been a hallmark of Northfield Hospital & Clinics since the beginning. Our care is guided by enduring values, such as respect, integrity and dignity, values that lift up the human spirit and honor the patients we serve. These values are manifested in our attention to patient safety, patient comfort, patient education and patient choice.
At Northfield Hospital & Clinics, we combine advanced technology with therapeutic design, and personalized, patient-centered care to create a healing environment where patients feel safe, secure and supported.
Our independent, community-owned status allows us to partner with a broad range of premier providers, including Mayo Clinic, Abbott Northwestern, Hennepin County Medical Center, University of Minnesota Medical Center, to bring important specialty care to our area. We use a team approach to provide seamless, integrated care in a calm comforting atmosphere where the patient’s needs come first.
At A Glance
- 750+ employees
- 4 Primary and Specialty Care Clinics
- 2 Rehabilitation Centers
- Urgent Care
- 40 private rooms
- 4 surgical suites
- 2 Endoscopy suites
- Critical care facilities
- Level IV Trauma Center
- First Touch Birth Center
- Sleep Center
Specialty Centers and Clinics
- Breast Care Center
- Cancer Care & Infusion Center
- Long Term Care Center
- Ophthalmology Clinic
- Orthopaedic & Fracture Clinic
- Women’s Health Center
Mission, Vision & Values
Provide exceptional healthcare to the communities we serve.
Become an exceptional healthcare system and the provider of choice in the region.
Patient and family centered care: Is the core of a high quality health care system and a necessary foundation for safe, effective, efficient, timely and equitable care.
- Integrity: We will be honest, ethical and fair.
- Respect: We will treat each other and those we serve with courtesy, honor and dignity, accepting and valuing each individual.
- Competence: We will diligently maintain high standards by performing our duties safely, with expertise and good judgment. We will provide services based on scientific knowledge to all who could benefit and refrain from providing services to those not likely to benefit.
- Cooperation: We will work together as a team, striving to achieve common goals.
- Communication: We will be good listeners, as well as express clearly and concisely what is needed and expected.
- Stewardship: We will work to reduce delays for those who receive and give care, and to avoid waste of equipment, supplies, ideas and energy. We will seek to apply our financial resources for the maximum benefit of our community and our broader service area
In 1910, a group of Northfield physicians formed the Northfield Hospital Association and with community support purchased a three-story house on the corner of Eighth and Water streets for Northfield’s first community hospital.
The 12-bed facility at Eighth and Water served the community well for many years, but during the Great Depression it struggled financially. In 1934, the city assumed responsibility for the hospital. In 1938, the community received a Works Progress Administration (WPA) grant and built a new 31-bed hospital on West Second Street.
Between 1938 and 1992, there were four major expansions and the addition of a skilled nursing facility. In 2003, construction was completed on a $30 million, 37-bed facility with a 40-bed long-term care center on land leased from St. Olaf College north of the college campus.
Since then, Northfield Hospital & Clinics has become a regional medical destination supporting primary and specialty care clinics in five area communities with inpatient, surgical services, birth center, cancer center, breast care center, women’s health center, advanced medical imaging, emergency medicine, sleep medicine and more.
Our employees drive our success, and our reputation. We value great employees, and offer competitive salaries and a variety of benefits. It's our commitment to maintaining an excellent work force. Full-time and part-time employees are able to select benefits to meet their needs. Benefits are available for employees hired to work 40 hours per two week pay period (.5 FTE).
- Medical insurance
- Dental insurance
- Vision discount plan
- Flexible spending accounts
- Fitness discount
For the Future
- Life insurance and accidental death & dismemberment
- Disability insurance
- Public Employees Retirement Plan (PERA)*
- Deferred Compensation – 457(b) Plan
- Paid time off (PTO)
- Tuition Reimbursement*
- Employee assistance program*
- Cafeteria Discount*
- Work perks discount program*
- Cell phone discounts*
- Computer discounts*
*Available for all employees
How do I submit an application or resume to apply for a job opening?
We only accept applications through our on-line application. You are able to copy and paste your resume at the end of the on-line application form. A computer is available in Human Resources at Northfield Hospital. If you need assistance a Human Resources staff member will assist you with the on-line application, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
I received an error message when I clicked on ‘submit’ after I filled out the on-line application. What does this mean?
Most errors will take you to the field on the screen that needs to be fixed. If you receive the error <Y/y or N/n> then there is a field that was not answered with a yes or no that needs to be completed. If you receive the error <N—N> then there is an invalid symbol on your application, typically in the phone number field or salary field (i.e. do not use dollar signs). Fix these fields and then click ‘submit’.
How do I know if my application was received?
After you click ‘submit’, you will receive a message on the screen stating “Your request has been received and is being processed.” This indicates your application went through successfully.
I previously applied for a position at Northfield Hospital & Clinics, do I need to complete the on-line application again to be considered for another opening?
Yes, each time you want to be considered for an opening, you will need to complete the on-line application to express your interest in that opening.
Can I submit an application/resume to express my interest in future openings?
We only accept applications for our current openings, all of which are posted on our web site.
Will I receive any follow-up after my application is received?
We will send you communication to notify you we are reviewing your application.
How will I know if I was selected for an interview?
You will receive a call from us, typically within a few weeks of applying if you are selected for an interview.
What should I bring to an interview?
You may want to consider bringing copies of your resume and professional work/school references.
If you have additional questions contact a human resources team member at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at (507) 646-1510.
If you have questions about a current opening or applying on-line, we would like to help! See our Applicant Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for assistance or contact us at:
Please note: We only accept applications/resumes through our on-line application. If you need assistance applying, please stop into Human Resources at Northfield Hospital. A computer is available and a member of our team can help you between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Note: Once you have reviewed the job openings and found one or more jobs you wish to apply for, fill out the Online Job Application. (Click the Job Application button at the top to be directed to the online job application.) Use the <Ctrl> key and your mouse to select multiple jobs. Fill out the rest of the form and then click submit. xx
Note: Return to the top of the application and click on Submit to complete the application process.
Note: Once you have reviewed the job openings and found one or more jobs you wish to apply for, fill out the Online Job Application. (Click the Job Application button at the top to be directed to the online job application.) Use the <Ctrl> key and your mouse to select multiple jobs. Fill out the rest of the form and then click submit.
Note: Return to the top of the application and click on Submit to complete the application process.
Welcome to Northfield Hospital & Clinics
We are looking for dynamic, quality providers. If you’re looking for rewarding work and competitive benefits in a professional and fun work environment, then we want to talk to you. We invite you to see if your next opportunity is with us!
Northfield Hospital & Clinics is an integrated, independent, nonprofit health care system providing exceptional care for our patients through a full complement of health services. We serve patients throughout the Twin Cities south metro and southern Minnesota. We are committed to serving our patients through personal attention and excellent care.
Northfield Hospital & Clinics has a 100+ year history of serving the healthcare needs of local communities. Our individual clinics include the primary and specialty care clinics of FamilyHealth Medical Clinics in Farmington, Lakeville, Lonsdale and Northfield. In addition, our network includes: Women’s Health Center, Orthopaedic & Fracture Clinic, Northfield Eye Physicians and Surgeons, Cancer Care & Infusion Center, Breast Care Center, Sleep Center, Center for Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation in Lakeville and Northfield and more.
One of the few remaining independent hospital systems in Minnesota, Northfield Hospital & Clinics is owned by the City of Northfield. We’re proud to be an independent organization that advocates for patient choice and the best care for the individual. Our independent, community-owned status allows us to partner with a broad range of premier providers, including Mayo Clinic, providing the patient access to the best resources for all their clinical needs. We use a team approach to provide seamless, integrated care in a calm comforting atmosphere where the patient’s needs come first.
Mayo Clinic Relationship
Northfield Hospital & Clinics (NH&C) and Mayo Clinic work collaboratively to provide specialty services in Northfield and surrounding communities. Mayo Clinic specialists see patients at Northfield Hospital and FamilyHealth Medical Clinics. They are the preferred provider of new specialty care services and bring Mayo Clinic’s knowledge and expertise to patients locally.
A Regional Approach
Northfield Hospital & Clinics regional approach is designed to make primary and specialty care services available throughout the region and to make them more accessible to all residents. We are a regional medical destination, a premium facility that provides a surprising breadth and depth of services. We’re proud to provide state-of-the-art care in a tranquil environment that’s easy to reach, easy to navigate, and always welcoming.
Communities We Serve
Just 30 minutes south of the Twin Cities, Northfield (pop. 21,000) is a charming, historic river town, home to two nationally-ranked liberal arts institutions, Carleton College and St. Olaf College, which contributes to its reputation as a community of ideas and imagination.
It is a vibrant, progressive community that offers affordability and value. It has a strong commercial, industrial and agricultural base and celebrates education and entrepreneurial energy.
With its 150 years of history, art, culture and education, it offers something for everyone. Nature lovers flock to hike the trails of Cowling Arboretum and Nerstrand Woods, bicyclists explore the varied terrain in the area, foodies savor the many dining options available and music aficionados enjoy an eclectic music scene.
The first weekend after Labor Day, everyone pours into town for Defeat of Jesse James Days. This annual festival resembles a mini-state fair and receives high marks for its dramatic and authentic re-enactment of the attempted bank robbery in 1876 by Jesse James and company.
The St. Olaf Christmas Festival and Winter Walk bring the holiday season to life, and every three years the Vintage Band Festival deliver s 100 inspiring concerts over four days in August.
Farmington is a rapidly growing city located on the southern edge of the Twin Cities metropolitan area, just 13 miles north of Northfield. This community of 22,000 is building on its small-town, rural heritage and evolving into a diverse community that embraces change and growth. It offers a rich demographic mix of young families, aging baby boomers and seniors.
It possesses a traditional downtown area, new housing areas, and open space that capitalizes on natural resources such as the Vermillion River. Farmington has multiple recreational opportunities, including a number of parks, golf and sporting activities. It annually hosts the Dakota County Fair each August.
It is conveniently located close to a number of entertainment venues, including ValleyFair, Canterbury Downs, Mall of America, Target Field, Guthrie Theater and Ordway Theater.
Lakeville, a vibrant community of 50,000, is the southern gateway to the Twin Cities. Beautiful natural settings and a convenient location along Interstate 35 have made Lakeville one of the fastest-growing cities in the metropolitan area. This dynamic suburb strives for well-planned growth and high-quality commercial and residential development.
Here you will find excellent schools, an arts center and a wide variety of recreational opportunities that contribute to the quality of life and community spirit.
Just 30 minutes from downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul, Lakeville provides easy access to the Minnesota Zoo, Mall of America, Guthrie Theater, Ordway Theater, Orchestra Hall, Target Field, the new Vikings stadium and more.
Nestled within the scenic rolling hills, wetlands, and woodlands of Rice County, Lonsdale is a vibrant community, home to 4,000 residents. With its excellent quality of life amenities, affordable homes, recreational opportunities, and convenient location, it’s not surprising that Lonsdale is one of Minnesota’s fastest growing cities and positioned to grow and thrive well into the future. It is easy to see why Lonsdale is an attractive place to live, experience and do business.
How to Apply for Providers
To apply for a provider position, please email your resume to Provider Recruiter, Erin Langenfeld at email@example.com . If you wish to speak with Erin, she can be reached directly at 507-646-8170.
We offer opportunities for providers in a variety of settings, including our main campus in Northfield as well as Farmington, Lakeville and Lonsdale, Minnesota. We invite you to submit your resume for current or upcoming opportunities.
Thank you for your interest in joining our team! We hope to hear from you soon.
Completed forms can be faxed to the Medical Staff Office at 507-646-1486.
If you have questions about these forms or about credentialing, please call 507-646-1039.
Medical Staff Office
2000 North Ave
Northfield, MN 55057