Careers at Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic
Join Our Mission of Care
Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic is dedicated to providing easily accessible, patient-centered, compassionate health care. Building on our 100 year foundation of caring, we achieve our mission through our commitment to the overall health of the communities we serve. Our centers of health care excellence address the unique and diverse needs of these communities.
Rooted in our core values, Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic, its facilities and affiliates offer access to quality medical care, delivered by compassionate, highly trained health care professionals to all in need. If you are an individual who is mission driven and who wants to make a difference in the lives of others, we invite you to join us. We know our colleagues are our core strength and that each contributes to our ministry of quality and compassionate care.
As a Mercy colleague you will have a great working environment, career growth, competitive benefits, and support for involvement in your community.
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The mission of Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic is to participate in the healing ministry of its founding sponsors, the Sisters of Mercy, and the Roman Catholic Church. This mission is at the service of the entire community and addresses the diversified factors which impact the health care needs of the whole person. The mission is characterized by a special concern for the poor and disadvantaged.
A policy of Equal Employment Opportunity is maintained within all institutions. This policy is based on the right of all persons to work and to advance in their work on their own merit, ability and potential. This policy involves all persons regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual preference, national origin, veteran status, political affiliation, or handicap.
An exception to this policy occurs only when a handicap which cannot reasonably be accommodated interferes with a person’s ability to perform an essential duty. The policy on equal employment applies to every aspect of employment within the institutions including recruitment, selection, placement, training, compensation, promotion, transfer, layoff, recall, and termination.