Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
We believe to support diversity is to honor the ways in which people are unique as well as how they are similar. You can expect a welcoming environment that supports our organizational values and treats everyone with dignity and respect. Our inclusive environment will deliver better experiences, achieve superior results and create a strong and inspired workforce.
Our goals are to:
- Ensure patients and families feel valued, respected and supported while visiting Trinity.
- Foster diversity within the workforce through recruitment, professional development and career pathways.
- Increase access to educational resources and training around race, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, creed, religion, marital status, military status.
- Ensure all staff have a voice that is heard regardless of organizational role, race, gender, religion or sexual orientation.
We will do this by:
- Fostering Unity — Strengthening the organizational culture to enhance inclusivity for all employees, patients, and community.
- Diversifying our workforce through recruitment, professional development and career pathways.
- Increase education, training, and resources available to UnityPoint Health team members.
- Creating spaces to share, grow and learn from each other.
- Community partnerships to improve health equity.
Join Our Team Today:
If you're looking for a career in the healthcare field, consider joining our team. We have talented staff that care about each other, patients, and the communities we serve.
Search Job Opportunities
UnityPoint Health – Trinity's Project SEARCH program is just one of the ways we value the diversity within our community. The program uses classroom instruction coupled with workplace internships to prepare individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities for competitive employment. A successful outcome for our interns is employment in an integrated setting (working alongside coworkers with or without disabilities), year-round work of 16 hours per week or more, and pay of minimum wage or higher.
Learn More About Project SEARCH