UNITED IN PURSUIT OFOUR MISSION
Explore the FCH mission statement below and learn more about how our employees work together to fulfill this promise.
We are always looking for qualified clinical, administrative and support staff to join the Forks Community Hospital team. Some of our highest needs are for medical and laboratory technologists, nurses, obstetrics and family practice specialists.
Forks Community Hospital is committed to providing a drug-free work environment. To ensure that services are delivered safely and efficiently, the District is dedicated to providing and maintaining a drug-free environment per RCW 49.44.240 (2) (b) and (e), or any other rights or obligations of an employer required by federal law or regulation. Pre-employment substance abuse screening is required as a condition of employment.
How We CareFor You
While there are endless intrinsic benefits to working in community healthcare, we support your peace of mind through these assurances.
Due to our status as a public hospital district, full- and part-time employees are eligible for insurance through the State of Washington.
Forks Community Hospital is a tobacco-free campus, and offers smoking cessation support for employees.
Low Cost of Living
Your paycheck goes further here, thanks to low healthcare costs, affordable housing and outdoor recreation.
Our employees may benefit from 401a and 457b retirement and pension plans, PTO, employer-paid extended sick leave and HSA/FSA options.
Education & Tuition Assistance
Forks Community Hospital is a Critical Access Site; physicians, nurses, and pharmacists may be eligible for student loan forgiveness. Other employees are supported in their continued learning and development by our education fund.
Dependent Care Subsidies
FCH employees are eligible for dependent care subsidies.
"One of the special things about working at FCH that you
get elsewhere is the opportunity to really give one on one
with a personal touch."
-Cindy Schrader, Patient Restorative Aide, LTC
"My favorite thing about working for FCH is the caregiving
position, any department will jump in to give a hand. An
services worker might hand a grieving family member a cup of
coffee, a blanket or a tissue. A Billing person or Admin
member might be running a mop or a vacuum after a waterline
-Deborah Dillon, Director of Patient Safety and Quality
"Our hospital has the true feel of family among the employees
providers, and this feeling extends to the community—each
and visitor is greeted like friends and treated like family.
In a community the size of Forks, most of our patients are
-Doug Holt, Laboratory Manager
"The Native American community, along with the Forks
us with multiple avenues that enable us to meet the needs of
our (long-term care) residents, or any requests that pertain
specifically to their nationality or cultural beliefs."
-Dawn Harris, Director of Long-Term Care
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