What are some of the benefits of working at St. Luke's Hospital?
In addition to a dynamic workplace, St. Luke's Hospital offers a comprehensive benefits package. Some of the benefits in the package include: flexible work schedules, tuition reimbursement, a wellness program, generous vacation allotments, healthcare dependent care spending accounts, and medical and dental insurance plans.
What types of healthcare plans does St. Luke's Hospital offer to full time and part time employees?
Core benefits that are paid by St. Luke's Hospital include life insurance as well as short-term and long-term disability insurance. St. Luke's Hospital also pays a majority of the optional medical and dental insurance plans for employees. There are three medical plans available for your individual and family needs.
What types of benefits are available to my family members?
St. Luke's Hospital not only allows you to add your qualifying family members to your medical and dental insurance benefits, but also purchase life insurance for your family members at discounted rates. The Dependent Care Spending Account offers a way to reduce the cost of certain dependent care expenses, including child care, through pre-tax deduction.
I am interested in continuing my education. How can St. Luke's Hospital help me accomplish my goals?
I am looking for a career, not just a job. What type of long term benefits does St. Luke's Hospital offer employees?
St. Luke's Hospital offers a pretax retirement savings plan (401k), which allows employees to save toward their retirement by making pretax contributions to their individual accounts. Additionally, St. Luke's Hospital offers a generous match to employee contributions.
What if I have other questions?
You can contact the St. Luke's Hospital Human Resources department by phone at (319) 369-7275 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
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