Whether you are a new employee or have been with St. Luke's Episcopal Health System for years, you play an important part in the present and future success of St. Luke's. Your contributions are rewarded, in part, by a total compensation package that includes competitive salaries, first day benefits and a variety of other programs and services that provide for your professional and personal needs that help take care of your family, and build your future. Come work with us!
Choice of a PPO plan, high deductible plan with health reimbursement account or Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) plan.
Choice of a Traditional (Dental PPO) or Dental Health Maintenance Organization (DHMO) plans. Preventive, Basic, Major Services and Orthodontic Services.
Vision care includes a complete eye exam from participating providers and contact lense or eyeglasses.
Life Insurance Coverage
Several levels of Term Life Insurance and Accidental Death and Dismemberment coverage.
Regular Full-time employees receive paid holidays each calendar year.
Regular Full-time and Regular Part-time employees accrue paid time off hours each pay period, based on years of service and number of hours paid.
St. Luke's realizes your financial security in retirement is important and offers you the Advantage Retirement Plan. This plan looks like a savings account which can help you plan for a financially secure retirement (This benefit does not apply to Medical Staff Fellows, Residents and ICU House Physicians, and employees of Kelsey-Seybold Clinic or employees working at one of the St Luke's Joint Venture organizations).
Eligible employees will receive up to 100% reimbursement of eligible expenses for approved courses toward college credit or a GED, as well as required course textbooks, not to exceed annual maximum. Refer to the Summary of Employee Benefits for details.
Summary of Employee Benefits Benefits Brochures