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For medical professionals at Swedish Medical Center

Are you considering a career at Swedish Medical Center? As an affiliate of HCA Healthcare, we are part of a large network of hospitals and care centers that supports physicians and healthcare professionals with the tools they need to care for their patients.

Career opportunities

If you would like to begin the job searching process at our hospital, see what openings we have by visiting our careers page.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS)


We pride ourselves on employing some of the finest healthcare professionals in the country. As an employee at our hospital, you can use our credentialing portal to gain access to pertinent credentialing information and documents.

For more information about our credentialing processes, as well as operating hours and contact information for our credentialing resource center, visit our primary credentialing page.

Employee Advisory Group (EAG)

The EAG is a committee that gives employees a forum to voice their ideas for improving operating procedures, as well as any other issues that may affect them in the workplace.

Each of our campuses have several EAG representatives who you can reach out to with questions or ideas, and please feel free to utilize the HCA H.R. Answers website to review our various policies.

The EAG also spearheads the Peer-to-Peer Shout Out employee recognition program, which gives an allotment of points that can be spent on gifts. This can become important for your yearly performance reviews, as well as justification for career advancement. If you know of someone that you would like to nominate for their efforts, do so at our company rewards portal.

Employee resources

Working at a hospital requires numerous resources to ensure that your life runs smoothly. We want to be able to establish open lines of communication for whatever you need. Some of the most important resources for you include:

Additionally, if you need to discuss time off, call our Time Away From Work Center.

Pharmacy residency program

Our PGY1 residency program is designed to build on Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) education to further knowledge in clinical pharmacy and medication distribution practices. Residents experience a wide range of clinical specialties, assist with precepting pharmacy students and are encouraged to seek out individual learning opportunities. They also have opportunities to participate in a variety of committees and special projects throughout the hospital.

Interested applicants must be a PharmD graduate from an accredited college of pharmacy and be eligible for licensure in the state of Colorado. All required materials must be submitted through PhORCAS by the specified due date to be eligible for consideration.

For more information about our pharmacy program, benefits and application requirements, visit our pharmacy residency page.