The Phillips County Hospital Nursing team is looking for a compassionate and dependable individual with a desire to care for others. Certification is not required but is strongly encouraged.


A CNA/PCT providing direct and indirect patient care activities under direct supervision, assists patients with activities of daily living, and provides personal care, comfort, and assistance when necessary. This position is Full-time 12-hour evening shifts, 3 shifts a week with rotating holidays and weeks. Shift differential pay applies for evening shifts and weeks.


Education:        Post High School Vocational/Specialized Training

Cert.                  Preferred a CNA certificate in Kansas, not required.

Registration:       CPR Certification

JOB DUTIES: (This list may not include all of the duties assigned.)

  • Maintains established departmental policies and procedures, objectives, continuous quality improvement, safety, environmental and infection control standards.
  • Ability to function independently or as a member of a team.
  • Performs basic nursing procedures, including collection of lab specimens, thermal applications, non-sterile soaks, application of simple dressing, and perineal care.
  • Obtains and documents patient vital signs, including temperature, blood pressure, weight, respiration, pulse, intake, and output.                 a -May obtain blood glucose, if trained
  • Assists in admission, transfer, and dismissal procedures of the patient.
  • Prioritizes assignments to complete tasks in a timely and professional manner
  • Provides personal care assistance to patients, including bathing, dressing, eating, bed pans, transportation, and skin care and positioning.
  • Keeps the patient’s room straightened and clean.
  • Maintains patient documentation as outlined by hospital policy.
  • Maintains confidentiality of all patient data.
  • Maintains patient records and charts to ensure an accurate record of medical treatment.
  • Demonstrates sensitivity to patient comfort and privacy.
  • Participates in educational programs and in-service meetings as required.

At PCHS, we provide competitive salaries and outstanding benefits, presenting a fulfilling opportunity to become part of a dedicated healthcare organization committed to delivering exceptional patient care.

Submit resumes, applications, and questions on our career page at www.phillipshospital.org/careers


Phillips County Health Systems is a 25-bed Critical Access Care hospital located in the beautiful plains of North Central Kansas. At PCHS, we offer a wide range of specialty and outpatient services, including outreach specialists, outpatient specialty nursing, surgical, radiology, and laboratory. Our Health system also includes a general and family medicine clinic with a rehabilitation department that provides inpatient and outpatient therapies.

We strive to provide exceptional quality care and competitive technology with the comfort of small-town kindness. Our mission is to provide “Patient-Centered Excellence” for all who need us.