Mercy Health — Springfield has announced it will host open interviews to fill new positions available at the Dayton Springfield Emergency Center.
The Dayton Springfield Emergency Center is a new free-standing emergency department located near Fairborn and Enon that will open later this year, according to Mercy Health — Springfield officials.
The positions available include; registered nurses, medical technologists, CT Techs, RAD Techs and security officers.
The open interviews will take place from 4 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, July 10 at The SportsPleX located at 5447 Intrastate Dr. in Fairborn.
At the interviews, applicants will have a chance to learn more about employment opportunities and interview with hiring managers.
Applicants are asked to bring a copy of their resume and be prepared for an on-site interview. If applicants are unable to attend but would like a recruiter to contact them, can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If applicants would like to apply in advance, they can visit mercy.com/careers and search job ID R007608 to learn more.
Mercy Health offers competitive pay, paid time off and paid holidays. Benefits at Mercy Health include medical, dental, vision and tuition reimbursement options.
Mercy Health — Springfield announced in August of last year they had plans to expand into Enon with a $14 million medical center.
Now named the Dayton Springfield Emergency Center, the ceneter will be a free-standing 11,000 square-foot emergency department.
It will include 10 exam rooms, a lab, imaging center and radiology and ultrasound services.
Mercy Health officials said previously it will also offer a chest pain center to evaluate emergency cardiac care needs at the site, as well as a fast tract sports medicine program for sports-related injuries.
Ground was broken on the Dayton Springfield Emergency Center in October.
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