Being well goes beyond physical health. It includes financial security, satisfaction at work, and balance in your personal life – all the things that affect your sense of well-being.
At University Hospitals, we recognize the diversity of needs of employees and their families and offer a wide range of comprehensive, valuable and market-competitive benefits and programs. We are committed to providing employees with the information, resources and support they need to achieve their personal health and wellness goals.
The UH Wellness program provides tools and incentives to encourage employees and their spouses or same-sex domestic partners to maintain an active lifestyle and stay healthy. Healthy activities are tracked online and quarterly rewards are awarded based on achievement of certain levels.
As a full-time or part-time employee, you are eligible for a wide range of UH-provided and voluntary benefits.
- Medical coverage, including prescription drug and a health savings account option
- - 403(b) and a pension plan
- Paid time off (PTO)
- Flexible spending accounts
- Life insurance Voluntary benefits
- - Optional life and AD&D
- - Personal accident insurance
- - Voluntary critical illness
- - Legal services plan
- - Home and auto insurance
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Adoption assistance
- Tuition reimbursement
- Credit union
- Employee perks and discounts
- Cafeteria discounts
*Part-time employees who work more than 16 hours per week are eligible for a voluntary short-term disability option, and are not eligible for long-term disability.
UH Accountable Care Organization (UHACO)
The UHACO helps you manage and improve your health by coordinating care across multiple providers, increasing your access to wellness programs and preventive medicine, and assisting in the management of chronic conditions.
A key component of the UHACO is delivering care through a select network of providers and facilities that are committed to defined quality programs, using information technology to improve patient safety, tracking health improvement, and partnering with patients to determine the appropriate care.