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At Lutheran HealthCare, we take pride in our commitment to serving the multicultural communities of southwest Brooklyn . We believe that our goal of becoming southwest Brooklyn 's community hospital of choice is possible only through the dedicated efforts of our staff.
We are looking for qualified individuals, who believe in our Core Values of Compassion, Dignity, Integrity and Service. By incorporating these values into our daily lives, we demonstrate commitment to providing quality care, excellent customer service and the enrichment of our relationships with Lutheran team members.
We believe that living by our Core Values enables Lutheran staff to effectively link our daily practice to our overall mission, vision and strategy. This linkage in turn strengthens our collective ability to adapt to change productively as we face the future together.
Lutheran HealthCare offers a highly competitive and comprehensive benefits package for our non-union employees and their families.
Our benefits coverage includes medical insurance, dental insurance, a prescription-drug plan, flexible spending accounts, long-term disability insurance, life insurance, paid time-off and tuition reimbursement.
In addition, employees are encouraged to participate in our 401k retirement program. This program, offered through CitiStreet, offers a wide variety of investment options employees may choose from with the help of our own on-site CitiStreet representative.
Lutheran HealthCare is fully committed to being a "culturally competent" organization. Cultural competency is not merely hiring employees who are able to speak various languages; it is a fundamental and developmental commitment to recruit, employ and train staff members who understand and are proficient in servicing various cultures.
Southwest Brooklyn is home to a multitude of cultures and ethnicities. As health care providers across New York care for an increasingly diverse population, they need to prepare for, and respond to, these cultural needs. However, because of the intimacy Lutheran has shared with its neighborhood, we are far ahead of the rest.
One of Lutheran's primary goals is to reduce and eliminate obstacles to appropriate health care by improving the health of our neighborhoods. From disease management, to community outreach, to communication, to effective diagnosis and treatment, cultural competence plays an integral role in shaping our quality of care. More than 100 years of history have taught us that each culture deals with pain, trauma, disease and death differently.
Today, through ongoing analysis of our increasingly diverse demographics and patient groups, Lutheran Medical Center continues to address the concerns of patients and family members of various backgrounds, especially those with limited English proficiency and those protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act.