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Walnut Hills, Walnut Creek, Ohio

Walnut Hills is seeking individuals who want to be part of something bigger than themselves – individuals who have  a compassionate heart and a desire to make a difference in the lives of the people we serve.

Come see what makes us different!


As a non-profit organization, Walnut Hills has higher staffing levels.

We have a history of team member longevity, with 53 team members who have served at Walnut Hills for 10 years or more.

Our CROFT Values help guide our decisions and every day care for our residents.

Our campus offers a friendly, calm environment with supportive teammates.

Our Team is here to serve, and the heart and drive behind that service are the foundations of the high ratings Walnut Hills has received, including a 5-star rating from CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services), and most recently, a ‘Best Nursing Home’ distinction from U.S. News.


Getting started is easy.

1 - Send us your resume
Send us your resume
Why wait – you can apply online right now!
2 - Complete training
Complete your training
Free training options and opportunities are available for you, if needed.
3 - Grow your career
Grow your career
Our team and our values make this the best place to live and work.
Working together to create memorable experiences
Start your career as a State Tested Nursing Assistant with us! You can look forward to enriching the lives of others by virtue of your compassion and responsiveness to help those with medical needs. An STNA is a vital asset to our caring Walnut Hills community.
As STNA you would provide high-quality daily care to our residents. This includes bathing, dressing, feeding, along with other activities of daily living.
Employment Opportunities
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Here’s what our staff has to say.
Kelly Barker - Registered Nurse
“Walnut Hills stands out because it’s a calm environment as well as personable. It gives peace of mind for the residents and the staff.”
Registered Nurse
Jeannie Mccutchen – STNA
“Your voice matters here. People listen to me and take what I say into consideration, because we know our residents so well. It’s nice to feel like what you have to say matters.”
State Tested Nursing Assistant
Cheryl Keim - STNA
“When I walked into Walnut Hills, it felt like I had come home. This place is in my heart. I love the residents so much.”
State Tested Nursing Assistant