About Union County Hospital

Healing begins here.

When some people think about healthcare, they tend to consider it in very broad and impersonal terms. At Union County Hospital, however, we take care very personally. In fact, our goal is to treat every person who turns to us for care like we would a family member. Why talk about this on an employment section of our site? Because we want you to know what kind of people we are. And if you think the way we do, we’d like to talk with you about joining our team.

We believe in the power of people to create great care. We focus on bringing our patients current technology and surgical procedures, and more importantly, highly trained professionals. And we work hard every day to be a place of healing, caring and connection for patients and families in the community we call home.

Celebrating Diversity

We are committed to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community we serve. Fostering a diverse workforce benefits both employees and patients by offering an inclusive place to provide and receive care. Men and women from different backgrounds serve in a number of roles in our organization. While we may come from different experiences, we all share the same goal of providing high quality patient care.

Providing Culturally Competent Care

Our employees receive annual training designed to support and encourage an inclusive environment for healthcare delivery and customer service. Additional resources are available to assist with the delivery of healthcare, such as translation and technology services and responding to cultural issues for patients and families of different backgrounds.

Recruiting and Retaining Diverse Talent

As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we are committed to recruiting talented employees with valuable expertise from different races, religions, genders, sexual orientations and other protected classes. We participate in local career fairs and business expos, work with recruiting sources to actively seek diverse applicants, and partner with colleges and schools with significant minority enrollment to identify highly qualified applicants.