October is classified as National Disability Employment Awareness Month, helping educate disabled individuals on their employment rights, improve employment opportunities and career pathways, and ensure sound economic futures for individuals suffering from a physical or mental disability. With the month of October ending soon, there’s no better time to reflect on the medical benefits and employment opportunities for the disabled.
Good Samaritan Hospital is an HCA-affiliated hospital committed to improving the lives of members of our community, including our patients and employees alike. That’s why we provide stellar compensation as well as a number of benefits to retain the most competent and compassionate healthcare professionals. The salary of our employees only accounts for a single part of the total compensation package; the benefits we offer to our employees and their dependents ensure access to quality medical care—an extremely valuable service considering today’s ever-rising healthcare costs. Our benefits include but are not limited to medical and dental PPOs/HMOs, flexible spending accounts for health care and child care services, vision plans, life insurance, retirement plans, a 401K, and both long-term and short-term disability benefits. We also offer long-term care, such as home health care and inpatient services for employees and their dependents in the event of medical disability.
Here at Good Samaritan Hospital, we have a wide variety of job opportunities to meet both your financial needs and physical abilities. In addition, our hospital also provides a number of outstanding medical services for disabled patients and employees, such as inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, wound care, hyperbaric medicine, pain management services, and stroke care services.
We are always looking for new employees to join our compassionate, professional team. Visit our website to find a listing of career opportunities and employment offers. You can also contact Good Samaritan Hospital directly by calling (408) 559-2011 for more information.