It’s a great place to work!
We provide a work environment where patient care is at the center of every decision, where you can grow professionally and be rewarded for initiative. Our compensation and benefits are competitive—but more than that, we provide our employees the leadership and opportunities they need to do their best work. And that work doesn’t go unrecognized: from outstanding employee awards and anniversary gifts to scholarships and many fun employee events throughout the year, Olathe Health is genuinely a place you’ll love to do the work you love.
Our Mission, Vision and Values
To help people through healing, health and happiness.
Olathe Health is committed to be the premier healthcare provider and employer throughout the communities we serve.
- Sense of Ownership: Take pride in our organization as if you own it. Maintain a clean, neat work area. Comply with policies and procedures. Live the values of our organization.
- Attitude: Provide service with care and courtesy. Exceed customer expectations. Immediately acknowledge a customer’s presence.
- Appearance: Comply with dress code policy and always wear your Olathe Health ID. Present a clean, neat, professional appearance.
- Commitment to Customers: Address customers by name. Anticipate customer needs and ask questions. Regularly check in with patients in hospital rooms/waiting rooms/exam rooms.
- Communication: Listen to customers. Be courteous and use a pleasant tone of voice. When someone appears to need directions, escort that person to his or her destination.
- Safety Awareness: Proactively avoid accidents and incidents. Report items requiring repair, cleaning or replacement and, promptly report all accidents or incidents. Use appropriate procedures, protective clothing and equipment as needed.
- Customer Etiquette: Educate families and provide a comfortable atmosphere for customers. Explain and apologize if delays occur and, thank our customers for their patience. Focus on customers and avoid personal conversations with co-workers in the presence of customers.
- Public Area Etiquette: Acknowledge others in common areas; hold doors open for others. When transporting patients be aware of their surroundings and ensure patient comfort and dignity.
- Privacy: Keep patient and financial information confidential. Be respectful of personal privacy when entering patient rooms or transporting patients.
- Commitment to Co-Workers: Treat one another professionally and courteously. Engage in a teamwork approach where honesty and cooperation is an everyday occurrence. Offer positive feedback to co-workers.