At Stanford Hospital & Clinics, your career is supported within a distinctive hospital culture. This environment compliments the pioneering, collaborative atmosphere that has earned us our worldwide reputation for excellence.
Respect is the foundation of our culture at Stanford Hospital & Clinics. We extend it to all who pass through our doors. Here, open communication is encouraged, personal contributions are recognized and individual differences are embraced. Time and again, we’ve seen the difference an attitude of respect towards each other can make to our patients and colleagues.
One of the most unique aspects of our culture is C-I-CARE. C-I-CARE is more than a list of actions; it’s a way of life meant to elevate our patient experiences. From the tone an employee takes when answering a telephone to daily scheduled employee huddles to resolve any issues or concerns, C-I-CARE is the engine that drives our culture and our patient interactions.
It all comes down to how we treat each other. No matter where you work, your hospital culture is only as strong as those who work to sustain it.
In our personal and professional pursuits, the people of Stanford Hospital & Clinics deliver unparalleled quality – in our work, our interactions and our communications. By expecting the following from ourselves and others, we ensure we’re providing care, service, and a culture worthy of your career and of the Stanford name:
The people we care for arrive here expecting world-class care, and that’s what we deliver. Whether through our daily interactions with one another, or through C-I-CARE, our culture is one that both complements and reinforces our values. It helps improve our hospital, and it can help enrich your career and set the stage for your future success.