Vancouver, February 6, 2016 – With a proud tradition of compassionate care for society’s most vulnerable, Providence Health Care continues to lead the way as an exceptional place to work. The health organization has been chosen as one of BC’s Top Employers for 2016, selected from hundreds of companies.
We respect the diversity, dignity and interdependence of all persons.
How you want to be treated. These simple words embrace the core of Providence Health Care’s values and emphasize our commitment to putting our patients, residents and families at the centre of our care model. This phrase also refers to how we treat one another in our workplace — with respect, dignity, and inclusiveness. We are energetic, talented, and passionate — and seek others like us.
Guided by a strong tradition of social justice and compassion, Providence is known for our work in caring for our society’s most vulnerable — people who are elderly, those with chronic conditions, people with a mental illness and those who don’t have the means to take good care of themselves. This unconditional compassion finds its roots in the organization’s rich legacy as a faith-based care provider, whose founding Catholic Sisters believed that no one in need should be turned away. This is a tradition we take seriously and about which we care deeply. This tradition is what separates Providence from other health providers and what attracts our workforce to us.
Our service area includes all of British Columbia, with our downtown, teaching hospital, St. Paul’s, forming the cornerstone of our care, treatment and research programs. Almost 9,000 people work at our 16 sites including 6,000 staff, 1,200 physicians/medical staff and researchers, and 1,600 volunteers.
Have you completed a Release of Information course? Do you have knowledge of medical terminology? Do you have excellent communication skills? If so we have an exciting casual opportunity for you. Please apply to this posting today.
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