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Mercy Hospital is committed to diversity by providing an environment where every individual is respected, honored and supported. Each employee has equal opportunity and support to achieve his/her full potential, in an organization where human differences in no way interfere with the ability or willingness to recognize, support and reward. We strive to provide an environment that is open and creative and inspires best efforts and results, and where cooperation and teamwork thrive along with each individual's personal growth and contribution.
At Mercy Hospital, we accept the moral and practical imperatives of our changing society, as well as the impacts of these changes on our personal and professional lives. We value and seek the strengths of human variety with respect to age, culture, gender, national origin, personal values and beliefs, physical abilities, race and religion. In principle and in practice, Mercy Hospital commits time and resources to increasing diversity of our workforce.
We believe that diversity is about values and relationships. Building and maintaining a diversified workforce is essential to our business success. Diversity directly impacts Mercy Hospital in the following ways:
- It builds value for our communities, our people, our company and our patients.
- It makes us better neighbors in our communities.
- It makes our workforce more reflective of the patients entrusted in our care.
- It makes us a better employer and business partner.
- It helps us compete more effectively.
We subscribe to a common mission to improve the health and lives of our patients and community. We consider one another as equals in pursuit of our common goals -- none more or less protected, entitled or worthy of personal respect than another -- and all contributing to an integrated whole made stronger by our mutual commitment. The result is that both individuals and the organization itself achieve the highest standards of performance and potential.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Mercy Hospital offers a competitive benefits package to its employees. Some benefits depend on full-time job status.
- Healthcare insurance
- Prescription coverage
- Vision and dental insurance
- Group life insurance
- Short-term disability
- Long-term disability
- Flexible spending accounts
- Retirement services plan
- Voluntary benefits (life, accident, critical illness, and disability)
- Tuition reimbursement
- Paid Time Off (PTO)
- Bereavement Pay
- Jury duty pay
- Shift and weekend differentials
- Adoption plan
- Education programs
- Recognition & rewards programs
- Employee fitness center
- Perks program
In keeping with our mission to improve the health and lives of our patients and community, Cleveland Clinic Mercy Hospital prohibits smoking and the use of tobacco products by patients, staff, visitors and all others on their grounds, including property regularly maintained by Mercy Hospital. This includes not smoking in a vehicle parked on these grounds. Staff is also prohibited from smoking or using tobacco products any time between start and end of their shift.
Effective January 1, 2009, Mercy Hospital will not hire anyone who smokes or uses tobacco. Former smokers and tobacco users must be free from use of any nicotine product for at least 90 days before being considered for employment. The pre-placement screening process will include a urine screen for cotinine, a metabolite of nicotine found in cigarette smoke.
About Stark County
Where Culture, Recreation & Education Meet
Canton, Ohio, located in Stark County, is home to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the National First Ladies’ Historic Site and many other cultural and historic landmarks.
The greater Stark County area also offers several school districts rated excellent by the Ohio Department of Education and exceptional colleges and universities, including the University of Mount Union, Malone University, Walsh University, Kent State University at Stark and Stark State College.
Recreational & Cultural Opportunities Abound
You will also find a well-developed park system in Stark County with:
- 13 parks and more than 80 miles of trails for walking and biking
- Over 30 miles of trails for horseback riding
- Access to many lakes, ponds and reservoirs
- A wide range of education programs on nature, wildlife, conservation and more
The residents of Stark County are also known for their love of sports. With 20 public golf courses, the Canton area is called Ohio’s Golf Capital. Recreational, amateur and competitive sporting opportunities abound for children, teens and adults.
You’ll also find easy access to restaurants, farmers’ markets, shopping and entertainment venues in Stark County, along with numerous cultural and performing arts events – from orchestras and theaters to museums and art galleries. Stark County also borders a pastoral region recognized as the world’s largest Amish community. The Amish are known for their simple life and exquisite craftsmanship.
Health Care Leadership of Northeast Ohio
Stark County is part of Northeast Ohio, an area known for its healthcare leadership, as well as its premier college and universities, such as Northeast Ohio Medical University, Case Western Reserve University, John Carroll University, Cleveland State University, the University of Akron, Kent State University and Youngstown State University.
Easy Access to Akron & Cleveland
In terms of recreation and entertainment, a short drive to the Akron or Cleveland area opens up many possibilities:
- Playhouse Square – the second largest theater district in the United States
- Cuyahoga Valley National Park with its scenic railroad
- Professional sporting events
- World-class museums and historic experiences