Presbyterian Healthcare Services

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About Us

  • Founded

    1908

  • Industry

    Hospital, Diagnostic & Ambulatory Services

  • Headquarters

    Charlotte, NC

Presbyterian is dedicated to national excellence.

What you do every day affects who you are and how happy you feel. A new job is a big change, and we want you to have a better life here -- working in a place where your profession is an extension of your life.

In a beautiful part of the country with a low cost of living, New Mexico is continually a national leader in population and employment growth. By investing hundreds of millions of dollars into facilities, technology, and services, and offering educational assistance and leadership development training for our people, Presbyterian Healthcare Services is keeping pace.

Our employees frequently say the process of getting a job here is a very pleasant experience. We work with each candidate to find the right position for them and provide a great deal of assistance for out-of-area candidates.

Take a look at what Presbyterian and New Mexico have to offer. We're sure you'll find a place where you'll love to work -- a place to improve your life.

Presbyterian is New Mexico's only private, nonprofit statewide healthcare system. With a single purpose of improving the health of individuals, families and communities, Presbyterian serves more than 650,000 customers throughout New Mexico. Governed by an independent volunteer board of directors, Presbyterian offers a broad range of healthcare services, including the state's leading health plan, comprehensive hospital services, primary care and specialty care from more than 27 clinics in eight New Mexico communities.

Founded in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1908, Presbyterian was first known as the Southwestern Presbyterian Sanatorium, a five-room cottage that served tuberculosis patients from across the United States. The Reverend Hugh Cooper left his ministry with the Presbyterian Church to develop and operate "The San" because so many of his parishioners were afflicted with the disease.

That original five-room cottage has grown to a 453-bed hospital today, Presbyterian Hospital, serving more New Mexicans than any other hospital in the state. And Presbyterian Hospital is just one part of a statewide system of care. Presbyterian Healthcare Services operates seven hospitals in Albuquerque, Clovis, Española, Ruidoso, Socorro and Tucumcari.

In addition, Presbyterian offers New Mexicans a range of health insurance products through Presbyterian Health Plan and primary and specialty care through Presbyterian Medical Group at 29 different locations throughout New Mexico.