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New Hires

The following materials are provided for new associates at Catholic Health.

Orientation

Please review the PowerPoint presentation below prior to attending your classroom orientation.

The content discussed is important for all associates to understand and practice. If you have questions regarding the information, please address them during your General Orientation class.

Thank you, and welcome to Catholic Health. We look forward to working with you.

Download the Presentation

Nurses

Pressure Ulcer Training is a required course for nurses who are hired at Catholic Health.

  • Nurses hired at the hospitals receive this information during computer training. 
  • Nurses hired into Home Care and Continuing Care should complete the course using the link below.  

This course should be taken prior to attending the 4-hour New Hire Wound Orientation class.

Click here to begin Pressure Ulcer Training.

Code of Conduct

As representatives of Catholic Health, it is important that we as individuals conduct ourselves in a manner that is consistent with honest, ethical behavior and commit ourselves to the responsible management of our resources.

Catholic Health's Corporate Compliance program is our first line of defense in preventing and detecting activities that may negatively impact our organization.

Compliance issues may violate Catholic Health, state or federal rules, laws or regulations, and have a potential for government audit or legal action.

Click here to download the Associate Guidebook.

If you have questions about the Code of Conduct, need advice on how to handle a situation at work or know about an issue that raises compliance concerns, contact your manager or Compliance Officer Leonardo Sette‐Camara, Esq. at 1-888-200-5380. All calls are confidential.

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