What is it like to work at Midland Care?
A few Midland Care employees recently weighed in on why they think Midland Care is a great place to work. We would love to have you come join our team.
"Previously, I was the Midland Care Medical Records Coordinator for 19 years, then became Software Administrator. My total tenure at Midland Care is 21 years. I enjoy doing software training and helping staff resolve technical problems that they may be having. I chose Midland Care because I wanted to work somewhere I could contribute and make a difference in the lives of others. It felt like a good fit as I became employed at Midland Care. I knew that's where I needed to be and I enjoy the people that I work with. Midland has changed me and I believe it changes everyone who works here because the focus is always on the needs of the patients and families. It is very rewarding. I feel a loyalty toward Midland Care because Midland provides compassion and quality care. Midland Care is never stagnant. Our leadership is always focused on moving toward our mission, vision and values." - Joy Jepson, Software Administrator
“Midland Care employees are passionate about the community and willing to jump in and make a difference. An employee blood drive, diaper drive for young moms and food drive are just a few of the ways they helped the community in 2013. Every month, a group of Midland Care employees serves lunch at the Topeka Rescue Mission. They are also dedicated to helping our clients here at Midland Care. In the months leading up to the Celebration Walk, competitive teams of staff members serve lunches, organize fundraisers and sell merchandise to ensure that anyone can receive care, regardless of ability to pay. Our employees are always looking for ways to give back to the community. It’s part of what makes Midland Care a great place to work!” - Andrea Gillchrist, Human Resources
“I have worked at Midland Care for two and a half years as a hospice nurse. There are so many things I love about this work. An important part of this work is simply being there at end of life, which is important for my patients and for their families. For my patients, I help provide palliative care, or comfort care, to manage symptoms so that people can have peace. I also provide support for the family and help educate them about the dying process so they know what to expect. I like providing home care because it gives me the opportunity to get to know my patients and develop long term relationships with them and their families. It’s not like working at a hospital where you see someone at one shift and may not see them again. You truly get to form relationships.” - Jodi Holzmeister, R.N. BSN CHPN, Topeka Hospice Team Leader