Work Health Department
When you receive an employment offer, you will be required to complete the following prior to attending Hospital Orientation:
- Drug screen/non smoking & tobacco use screen
- A pre-placement Health Screen
- Tuberculin skin test #1 & #2
- Chest x-ray (if known positive TB skin test)
- Rubella immunity (German Measles)
- Rubella immunity (Measles)
- Varicella immunity (Chicken Pox)
- Hepatitis B Vaccine (if work requires patient contact)
- Blood-borne Pathogen Class Training (if work requires patient contact)
- N-95 Respirator Mask Fit Testing (if work requires patient contact)
What paperwork do I need to complete prior to my first day of Orientation?
When you pass the drug screen, someone from HR will contact you to schedule an appointment for your health screen and to complete new hire paperwork. You will be asked to complete a criminal record release form. If you have been hired into a position that requires a license or certification, your credentials will be verified. You will need to complete a W4 form for taxes, bring in your license plate number for your parking pass and sign a Confidentiality Agreement. You will also have the option of signing up for direct deposit. If you are interested in the direct deposit option, you will need to provide us with your banking information, as well as a voided check.
What information will I need to provide to show my eligibility to work?
You must provide original documentation that establishes your eligibility to work in the United States according to Federal Law. You will also be required to undergo a criminal background check, pre-employment health screening, reference checks and verification of certification, licensure and/or registration. If your position requires driving a motor vehicle, you will also undergo a motor vehicle record check.
Am I required to attend Orientation?
All employees (full-time, part-time and per diem), contract workers, students and volunteers are required to attend Hospital Orientation prior to their first day of work.
Select, clinical staff with direct patient care responsibilities will also be required to attend a clinically-focused orientation.
When is it?
Hospital Orientation is held twice a month (one day session and one evening session). The Orientation program is five hours in length. A light fare is served at both sessions.
Where does Orientation take place?
Directions to Hospital Orientation will be provided to you by HR.
What do I wear?
Business casual is acceptable for Orientation. Please keep in mind that jeans, shorts and similar types of clothing are not considered appropriate for business.
Where do I park when I come in for my interview?
You should park in the Visitor Parking area directly across the street from the Hospital.
Where should I go for my interview?
When you are called to schedule your interview, you will be advised at that time where you should report for your interview.
What benefits are offered at Lawrence General Hospital?
At Lawrence General, you are a valued member of a team that makes a higher level of care happen every day. We believe you deserve affordable and comprehensive benefits, and we continue to work to obtain those by offering:
Insurance coverage for you and your family with the scheduled hours:
- Health Insurance – 24 hours
- Dental Insurance – 24 hours
- Long Term Disability – 30 hours
- Life Insurance Coverage – 30 hours
Voluntary benefits also offered to you as a team member:
- STD and supplemental life insurance through Colonial – 24 hours
- MetLife Auto/Home/Pet insurance – 16 hours
- Flexible Spending Account – 24 hours
- Vision care through EyeMed – 24 hours
- 403(b) Tax-Sheltered Annuity Plan through MetLife – representative onsite three days per week