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Frequently Asked Questions

Does ProHealth Care accept resumes via hard copy, email or fax?
No. Please submit applications directly through ProHealth Care's employment website. You must submit an application for each specific position sought.
What happens to my resume after I submit it online?
After you apply for a position online, you will receive an e-mail confirmation acknowledging our receipt of your application. Recruiters review applications to identify candidates whose experiences and qualifications most closely match the position specifications. Because we often receive an overwhelming response to many of our positions, it may take time before we contact you about the status of your application. We appreciate your patience as we carefully review each candidate's background and credentials - including yours - against the qualifications necessary for the particular position. If we identify you as a potential candidate, a recruiter will contact you and outline the next steps of the application process.
What type of response will I receive after I submit a resume for a job?
We are unable to provide interim updates on each candidate's application because of the large number of resumes we receive. We evaluate your qualifications for the specific job to which you applied. If we identify you as a potential candidate, a member of ProHealth Care's recruiting team will contact you directly. We do not provide people the name, telephone number or e-mail address of the recruiters hiring for specific positions online.
Can you tell me if a job has been filled?
Positions that appear on this site generally are open, even though the interview process for some may have begun. If you do not see a particular position, it is filled or no longer available.
If I was referred for a specific position and was not hired, will you consider my resume for other opportunities?
To be considered for other positions, you must apply online for each position of interest. Please continue to search this website for open positions.
Why are salary ranges of positions not listed?
ProHealth Care pays competitively for positions and does not publicize salaries, salary ranges or salary scales. Because of variation in position requirements and individual candidate qualifications, we set salaries on an individual basis within established guidelines for compensation.
I no longer wish to be contacted or considered for job opportunities. What should I do?
If you would like to stop receiving e-mail notifications, log into your profile, go to the "Email Me New Jobs" section and choose "No Job Notifications" from the drop-down box.
How do I update my application/resume or contact information?
Log in with your user name and password and click "edit application" or "return to profile" to update the information.
Can I delete the positions appearing in my profile?
Once you apply for a position, it will appear under your profile indefinitely.
I am having technical problems with the ProHealth Care website. What should I do?
Please read "How to Apply" to see if there is an answer to your problem. If you're unable to find a solution, please call us at 262-928-7969 to report.
I am having technical problems with the ProHealth Care website. What should I do?
Please read "How to Apply" to see if there is an answer to your problem. If you're unable to find a solution, please call us at 262-928-7969 to report.
Can I send or give my resume to someone who works at ProHealth Care?
To be formally considered for employment at ProHealth Care, you must submit your application online for open positions at http://www.prohealthcare.org/. If we need more information from you, a ProHealth Care representative will contact you. Our online application process is designed to give everyone a fair chance for consideration of job opportunities at ProHealth Care.
Does ProHealth Care require me to get a mandatory influenza vaccination if I become an employee?
In the spirit of safeguarding patients as well as our employees, physicians, staff and students—a mandatory flu vaccination policy has been implemented across all ProHealth Care entities for all employees. This is in line with a national movement to increase immunization rates among health care workers. For more information on our policy feel free to contact our Human Resources office for specific details.
My question was not answered on here, what should I do?
You can call our Human Resources Assistant at 262-928-7969.