Workplace Culture

What makes John C. Lincoln an award-winning center for health care and community service? Our people. We invite you to get to know us better and discover what sets our culture apart.

A Culture of Excellence

Whether directly involved in patient care or not, our employees are all committed to providing the best quality of care to patients who entrust their care to us. To enable us to carry out this commitment to our patients, the organization is in turn committed to the right clinical resources, cutting-edge technology and continuous innovation.

We listen to our employees and welcome new ideas and diverse approaches. For example, a team of nurses was instrumental in the design of Specialty Surgical Care at John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital.

The floor was designed with the best of patient care and nursing in mind and is the recipient of the 2013 Vista Award for the year's most outstanding renovation project from the American Society of Hospital Engineering (ASHE). Only one of the nation's 6,000 hospitals is so honored each year by ASHE, a division of the American Hospital Association.

A Culture of Growth

Our goal is to create a workplace that attracts and keeps the best employees. Working here you'll experience a wealth of opportunities for personal and professional development, including education, specialty training and access to a variety of career tracks.

Our nursing college programs and partnerships with local schools promote advanced nursing degrees among our own employees.

A Culture of Care

Mutual respect and care are the underpinnings of our culture. They create a work environment where everyone feels valued and appreciated, where employees look forward to going to work every day.

Read our shared Mission, Vision and Values (PDF; requires free Acrobat Reader software).

Lincoln GIVES

This charitable program is just one way to show we care about our co-workers and the community at large. Our employees generously contribute to the program, and an elected committee of employees decides how the funds should be spent.

In addition to funding a variety of good causes — from community theater to health education — this program provides emergency assistance to our fellow co-workers in need.

Tobacco-Free Campus

As of Sept. 1, 2010, John C. Lincoln Health Network is tobacco-free. No tobacco or smoking products are permitted on any of the Network's properties inside and outside, including parking areas. The policy affects all patients, visitors, physicians and employees. Learn more about this policy.

Equal Opportunity

John C. Lincoln Health Network is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace. Selection and employment of applicants is made on the basis of their qualifications, without regard for age, disability, national origin, race, color, religion, sex or veterans status. For TTY/TDD service, please dial 711 followed by our main number of 602-870-6060.