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Careers

 

“I loved working as a CNA. I loved the feeling of making every one of my residents smile. I appreciated that I was not only helping others feel better and be more independent, but they also were returning the favor to me.”

– Tiffany Anderson,
director of nursing

Good Samaritan Society – Hays

"It is OK to be overwhelmed by what is available and to take a job as a window washer, if only to find out more about yourself and what you are good at. It may have taken me a few years to get to this desk, but I would not have gotten here alone."

– Tina Gangestad, dietitian
Good Samaritan Society – Bethany

“The mission aligns so closely with my own that when I owned the mission, I knew I could be in administration.”

– Bruce Kallis, administrator
Good Samaritan Society – Mott

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Caregivers aren't just certified nursing assistants and registered nurses. Caregivers work in every aspect of our organization to help fulfill the most basic of human needs: the need to feel loved, valued and at peace.

We call it The Good Samaritan Society Way. Learn more about the way we provide care and services to people in need.

Professional growth


Employees may select career training options in clinical and non-clinical tracks. Opportunities include basic and advanced nursing assistant training, licensed practical nursing and registered nursing degree programs, management certification programs, and advanced degrees in healthcare management and nursing.

Read more about education
and training options.