While serving in the military, you learned the importance of service, passion, dedication and integrity. These same traits can help you when you join the Memorial Hermann Health System. This is where your skills can help us maintain a higher standard of excellence as we pioneer the next advances in healthcare.
Join a world-class health system with locations throughout Houston and the surrounding areas. We’re rated among Houston's Best Places to Work, and we offer generous tuition reimbursement and benefits eligibility that begins the day you start.
This is where you can build connections with patients while you build your own career.
I joined the Army Reserves 15 years ago. I get the same satisfaction of knowing my job in the lab is helping to save patients’ lives as I did when I was fighting for our country overseas. I am proud of my service and my three tours and hope to strive every day to use the skills and tools I learned as a soldier in my field in the lab for years to come. Army Strong always! Hooah!
Excellent Opportunities for Transitioning Veterans
With many world-class healthcare facilities throughout the greater Houston area, Memorial Hermann is the largest not-for-profit healthcare system in Texas. Our dedicated team members each play a leading role in our quest for excellent patient care.
Memorial Hermann serves as headquarters for the Life Flight® air ambulance program, provides Houston's only burn treatment center, and performs more neurosurgeries than any other hospital in Houston. By establishing the nation's first complete, citywide Chest Pain Center Network and the region's largest Stroke Network, we offer our community quicker access to life-saving care.
Our exceptional first-day benefits include:
First day 403(b) savings plan employer match up to 3% of your pay
Generous tuition reimbursement
Discounted gym memberships
Many professional growth & development opportunities
Career opportunities for spouses of veterans
Special recognition of our employees who are veterans
I served seven years in the United States Marine Corps. I learned the importance of integrity, commitment and sacrifice during my service. I apply that experience while caring for people in my role as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist. I am committed to providing the best care and service to patients, peers, management or physicians every time I am called upon to perform Nuclear Medicine exams or any other job-related task.