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Adventist Midwest Health

Healthcare - Health Services
10,000 - 25,000 employees  |  

Adventist Midwest Health is a network of not-for-profit hospitals and outpatient-based health care facilities in Chicago’s western and southwestern suburbs, including a critical access hospital and skilled care nursing facility in central Wisconsin. We take a holistic, “whole-person” approach to wellness, providing medical and spiritual support for our patients and their families.

We are committed to a balance of physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being. Our hospitals and sites are integral to the fabric of the communities we serve. We partner with local civic organizations and businesses to bring state-of-the-art treatments and preventive health care services close to where people live and work.Receive Expert Health Care in Illinois and Central Wisconsin

Adventist Midwest Health is grounded in Christian values and committed to extending the healing ministry of Christ. We welcome patients from any religious denomination as well as patients who do not ascribe to any religion. As a part of the Adventist Health System, Adventist Midwest Health brings a long tradition of health care to Illinois and Wisconsin. Our national network of 37 hospitals makes us part of the largest not-for-profit Protestant hospital system in the country.

Excellence: for quality care and service with optimal outcomes that seek to exceed patient expectation Christian Service Motivation: offering compassion, respect, and the belief that every life has value Stewardship: enhancing staff development, nurturing the environment, conserving resources, and offering value for services Integrity: that generates trust, and offers consistency in decision making Inclusiveness: inviting and affirming people from a spectrum of ethnicities and cultures to join with us in a healthcare ministry that extends the ministry of Christ
Medical Coverage Adventist Midwest Health offers a Self-Funded Medical Plan with greatest coverage when using Adventist Midwest Health facilities. The PPO plan administrator and network are Cigna/Open Access Plus ONLY. A Prescription Drug Benefit is part of the plan and discounts are available through the out-patient pharmacy at Adventist Hinsdale Hospital. Dental Insurance Choose a Managed Care Plan or Preferred Provider Option through Delta Dental. Vision Care Reimbursement of up to $750/year on all vision related expenses.  Cancer Protection Supplemental benefit plan offering coverage for you and your family in the event of cancer and other specified diseases. Educational Reimbursement Tuition reimbursement is available after one year of employment for work or health care-related undergraduate or graduate study or national certifications. Part-time employees are eligible for up to $1,750/year, full-time employees up to $3,500/year. In addition, a BSN completion program is offered to all AMH nurses through Adventist Hinsdale Hospital and Elmhurst College. Paid Days Off Rather than providing employees a specific number of vacation, holiday and sick days, Adventist Midwest Health uses an all-encompassing "Paid Days Off" program. This is available immediately. The rate of accrual, starting at 8%, is determined by an employee's years of service with Adventist Midwest Health. Retirement Plan Adventist Midwest Health maintains an excellent retirement program for its eligible employees. The plan, called the Adventist Healthcare Retirement Plan (AHRP), provides for annual cash contributions of 2.6% of total pay to employee accounts. Adventist Midwest Health also matches at 50% the first 4% of funds that you voluntarily contribute to the plan. You may choose among 30 different mutual funds for investing the money in your retirement account. The Plan’s vesting requirement is five years (1 year = 1000 paid hours) of vesting service. In addition to the AHRP, voluntary Tax Sheltered Annuity (TSA) programs are available through AIG Retirement, providing you with even more investment opportunities as you plan for retirement. Parking Free on-site parking is available to all employees. Credit Union A variety of financial services are available to employees through Salt Creek Credit Union, including checking accounts, payroll deduction savings, low interest rate loans and CDs. Direct Deposit Paychecks are deposited directly into a checking and/or savings account as designated by the employee. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Free referral services and 5 counseling sessions are available to employees and their family members through an offsite EAP provider. Personal, professional assistance is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In addition, employees may access information and resources at any time by using the EAP's website. Flexible Spending Accounts Flexible Spending Accounts enable you to pay for qualifying medical/dental/vision or dependent care expenses with tax-free dollars. Claims are processed weekly and direct deposit is available. Life Insurance Life insurance equal to 1x annual base pay is provided to full-time employees and paid by Adventist Midwest Health. Supplemental employee and dependent coverage is also available at low group rates. Eligible part-time employees may also purchase life coverage. Long Term Disability Insurance Long Term Disability Insurance is provided to full-time employees and paid by Adventist Midwest Health. The policy replaces 60% of monthly base pay after 180 days. Workers' Compensation Medical care and partial replacement of wages for on-the-job injuries is available through Workers' Compensation insurance. This benefit is paid for entirely by Adventist Midwest Health.
Adventist Midwest Health Mission Statement

Adventist Midwest Health is a Christian health care leader committed to partnering with physicians and community to provide whole-person care and promote wellness.

Our Clients and their Needs We Seek to Meet

Patients: to restore health and prevent illness in a compassionate, spiritual environment

Physicians: to provide a progressive environment for the interactive delivery of compassionate care with optimal outcomes

Employees: to provide an empowered environment of communication and career development

Families: to offer a comforting, communicating environment into which patient families are integrated

Community: to be partners in creating community wellness and the stewardship of community resources