Do I need to be Catholic?
No. Faculty, residents, and hospital staff comes from a wide variety of religions. We respect and appreciate each other.
What does it mean to be part of a Catholic health system?
Our core values are:
- Social justice
- Care of the poor and underserved
Our guiding behaviors are:
- We support each other in serving
- We communicate openly, honestly, respectfully, and directly
- We are fully present
- We are all accountable
- We trust and assume goodness in intentions
- We are continuous learners
If you share these values, you will feel quite at home here.
Can I be on a hospital committee?
Yes! One of the best ways to meet other doctors, improve health care delivery, and learn administrative skills is to serve on a hospital-wide committee. You will have many to choose from, including: patient rights, clinical ethics, pharmacy, physician health, cancer, infection control, continuing medical education, medical records, behavioral medicine, credentials, and maternal and child health.
Can I be on a Psychiatry Department committee?
Yes. Residents serve on our admissions, curriculum, and program evaluation committees.