We are the ones…who make a difference by helping others
and our Ministry Partners...
When you work for the Bendictine Health System (BHS), you’re a part of something much bigger. We are a team of more than 6,000 associates across five states in more than 30 communities including our ministry partners, Cerenity Senior Care and Nazareth Living Center. As a Catholic, mission-driven, non-profit organization, you’ll find that our Mission and Core Values extend far beyond a poster on a wall. Our associates represent the best of who we are and what we are about by incorporating our Core Values of Hospitality, Stewardship, Respect and Justice into daily work. This makes a difference in the lives of our residents, their families and friends.
Joining the Benedictine Health System means not only joining one of the nation’s largest Catholic long-term care providers, but gaining access to a wide range of innovative thinking, quality systems and management expertise, skills and experience. It’s a system that has endured since 1985. We’re always looking for dedicated people with excellent skills who share our Core Values and our commitment to providing compassionate care and services to seniors in need.
Associates of BHS enjoy a variety of benefits when joining our team, and so could you! BHS can also help you build a career for your future through professional development, training programs, and educational assistance.
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The Housekeeper is responsible for maintaining cleanliness within the facility, including resident/patient rooms, public and resident restrooms, and shower and bathing areas by following policies/procedures and infection control guidelines.
The Health Unit Coordinator is responsible for coordinating non-clinical operations including transcribing physician’s orders, order entry, maintenance of patient charts, and unit records, efficient processing of unit information and maintenance of unit supplies.