At Frankfort Regional Medical Center, we offer a working environment that's as nurturing as it is dynamic. With our team-oriented approach, and the ample opportunities we provide for learning and career growth, we know you'll find that Frankfort Regional offers the ideal atmosphere where you can use your best skills.

All the technology and medical advancements wouldn't mean a thing without our highly skilled, dedicated and conscientious staff. Frankfort Regional Medical Center has been chosen as one of the Best Places to Work in Kentucky for 11 consecutive years.

Frankfort Regional Medical Center is committed to recruiting professional, energetic and goal oriented individuals. Our hospital strives to make “excellence” in healthcare our top priority. We offer generous benefits and career advancement opportunities so you can achieve the most out of your career.

If you have a disability and require assistance completing the online application, please contact the Human Resources Department at (502) 226-7571.

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Leadership matters. Most of our nursing staff has worked here a long time and created a great atmosphere to work in, says Chip Peal, CEO, of Frankfort Regional Medical Center. Watch this video to learn more.

Frankfort Regional Medical Center offers a family-centered atmosphere. Watch Sarah Butler, RN on the Center for Women's Health at Frankfort Regional Medical Center, explain what she enjoys about working at the hospital.

Frankfort Regional Medical Center provides our staff with the tools and resources necessary for our staff to give their best in patient care. Watch Sarah Butler, RN on the Center for Women's Health at Frankfort Regional Medical Center, explain the working environment at the hospital.

Nursing is an emotionally fulfilling and rewarding career, and is the fastest-growing occupation in the US. Watch Sarah Butler, RN on the Center for Women's Health at Frankfort Regional Medical Center, explain why she became a nurse and what she enjoys about nursing.

The working relationship between nurses and medical staff is critical to providing evidence-based patient care. Watch Sarah Butler, RN on the Center for Women's Health at Frankfort Regional Medical Center, describe the working relationship between the nurses and the medical staff at the hospital.