Mission: Lee Health Mission…
To be a trusted partner, empowering healthier lives through care and compassion.
To inspire hope and be a national leader for the advancement of health and ...
2017 Employee Satisfaction Survey Results:
Time to celebrate! Lee Health employee satisfaction ranked 97.9% in comparison to other health systems. More than 81% of staff participated.
Larry Antonucci, MD, MBA and President/CEO says:
"...Between the increase on the Employee Engagement Survey and the national recognition from Forbes (who ranked Lee Health 29 our of 500 as "America's Best Large Employers of 2017"), we believe we are creating an extraordinary environment for our employees.
While there is always room for improvement, we are proud of the findings from our survey, which shows we have a highly engaged workforce. And, as we continue to improve our processes and collaboration, we recognize even more the importance of nurturing a healthy, supportive culture for our team members. A collegial environment, positive employee engagement, trust and support are vital as we navigate an increasingly complex health care delivery system..."
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Our origins can be traced to the Fall of 1916 when a group of community leaders set aside 300 dollars, and donated lumber from the dismantled Court House, to build the first hospital in Fort Myers. That first hospital, Lee County Hospital, a two story, four room, 10 bed, wooden building was the beginning of community health care in our area.
Today, Lee Health, formerly Lee Memorial Health System, consists of four acute care hospitals: Lee Memorial Hospital, HealthPark Medical Center, Gulf Coast Medical Center and Cape Coral Hospital, and two speciality hospitals: Golisano Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida and The Rehabilitation Hospital. With a total of 1426 beds, and over 1 million patient contacts each year, this makes Lee Health the largest public health system in the state of Florida, receiving no direct tax support.
Supported by more than 13,000 dedicated employees and 4,500 volunteers and auxilians, Lee Health remains the bedrock of our community by offering acute care, emergency care, rehabilitative and diagnostic services, health and wellness education, community outreach and advocacy programs throughout the five county region. We continue to invest back into our community to improve facilities, add services and extending care to those who need it most - in their own back yard.
Since we opened our first hospital over 100 years ago, our dedication to our community - the people with whom we live and work - has been at the core of Lee Health's mission, values and strategic planning principles.
We are Lee Health: Caring People, Inspiring Health.
*First opened as Lee County Hospital and later became Lee Memorial Hospital.
**Lee Physician Group and Lee Convenient Care Offices.
Team Member Commitment - Standards of Behavior
We are a well respected health system dedicated to providing a caring, compassionate, safe and healthy environment for staff, patients, family members and visitors. At Lee Health, we firmly believe that every member of our team makes a difference every day in the lives of our patients and we hold ourselves to high standards.
Every patient or customer is our top priority when we are serving them and deserves courtesy, respect and a friendly interaction.
How we and our facilities look says a lot about our System. We keep neat, tidy and professional at all times.
We take total care of our patients – keeping their information in the highest confidence, anticipating their needs, explaining information and instructions in clear, understandable language and letting them and their families know what to expect and when.
We talk and listen with courtesy and concern, seeking both to understand and be understood.
We act and treat each other as the professionals we are whenever we work together.
In addition to competitive compensation, Lee Health employees receive a great benefits package designed to encourage work-life balance and continuous growth and education.
Here's a snapshot of what our package offers:
Lee Health helps maintain a work/life balance by offering events through our Staff Activities Committee. These events give our employees a chance to spend time with fellow co-workers and their families away from the work environment. Staff Activities offers a variety of events such as family entertainment, sports, vacations/trips, and tickets to local and statewide attractions.
Some examples of these events are:
Lee Health consists of four acute care hospitals: Lee Memorial Hospital, HealthPark Medical Center, Gulf Coast Medical Center and Cape Coral Hospital, and two specialty hospitals: Golisano Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida and The Rehabilitation Hospital.
With more than 1420 beds, and over 1 million patient contacts each year, this makes Lee Health the largest public health system in the state of Florida, receiving no direct tax support.
"Funding Tomorrow's Health care Today"
To expand and enhance the role of philanthropy and the Foundation in accomplishing the mission of Lee Health.
To be recognized as the exclusive organization of Lee Memorial Health System for the solicitation, receiving, recording, management and disbursement of gift income in order to expand the Health System’s capabilities in patient care, education and research.
Lee Health is the Heart of the Community...and the LMHS Foundation is the pulse that keeps it beating. Community support of the LMHS Foundation helps offset the costs of providing advanced technology, renowned physicians, expert nurses, nutritionists, pharmacists and lifesaving care 365 days a year, 24 hours a day to our ever-expanding community. Consider these figures:
-Almost 21,000 people move to Lee County each year.
-Lee County is one of the 100 fastest growing counties in the U.S.
-The 18-24 year old age group is growing at three times the rest of the U.S.
-Cape Coral is the 10th fastest growing city in the U.S.
-More than 50% of kids treated at Golisano Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida have limited medical coverage through Medicaid or are uninsured.
As a community-owned, not-for-profit, public health care system that receives no tax support, our business operates at about a 3% margin of profit. Most businesses couldn't survive on such a small return on investment and ours is no exception. Your financial support is critical to the viability of our organization and to the future of quality health care in Southwest Florida.
Gifts of all sizes ensure that your own family and future generations can enjoy the benefits of superior health care right here in Southwest Florida. We invite you to join with us in Funding Tomorrow's Health care Today.
Call us at 239-343-6950 to speak to a Foundation staff member.
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I worked at Lee Health full-time
I liked the job I performed there. I liked the people I worked with.
Nothing major to report here.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Lee Health (Fort Myers, FL) in October 2017.
Met with recruiter and interviewed. The position I was interviewing for was filled already, recruiter had me meet with another recruiter and interview for patient care liaison position since I had an active application on file. The meeting went great, recruiter asked me to send an updated resume and update my online profile. He said I came at the perfect time ( that week was crucial) . Never heard anything else and no Department interview offered.