Mission: To be the Nation's leading public health care system.
Leading. Teaching. Caring.
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UNC Health Care System
UNC Health Care is a not-for-profit integrated health care system owned by the state of North Carolina and based in Chapel Hill. At UNC Health Care, we believe each employee is instrumental in impacting a patient’s experience as well as the future of our health care system. Our thriving work environment provides the challenges you need to excel in the ever-changing world of health care, and the support you need to enjoy a balanced lifestyle.
It is our vision to be the nation's leading health care system.
Every NC town is differet. But we think great care should connect them all.
Delivering quality health care and outstanding service is fundamental to everything we do.
Attracting and retaining the best team members is of paramount importance to our health care system. We will do this by providing an environment that:
Finding ways to improve the health of all North Carolinians through our affiliated hospitals and hospital systems, and our physicians network.
Accountability to Our Patients
Service to the State
Maintaining Financial Viability
At UNC Health Care we are constantly finding ways to improve the health of all North Carolinians through our affiliated hospitals and hospital systems, and our physicians network. We are proud of how our employees have been helping serve the community and we are always looking for talented, caring individuals to joing our growing team.
Here are just some of the ways that UNC Health Care System employees have helped serve the community.
The University of North Carolina Health Care system was established in 1998 by the North Carolina General Assembly. Originally comprised of UNC Hospitals and the clinical care programs maintained by the UNC School of Medicine, the system has grown to include hospitals and regional health care systems across the state, as well as an ever-growing network of physician practices.
The N.C. General Assembly appropriates funds for the construction of North Carolina Memorial Hospital.
N.C. Memorial Hospital opens and welcomes the first students of the newly expanded program at the School of Medicine.
N.C. Memorial Hospital is renamed UNC Hospitals, a unifying organization created by an act of the North Carolina General Assembly to govern its constituent hospitals.
N.C. Neurosciences Hospital opens in Chapel Hill.
UNC Health Care system is established by the North Carolina General Assembly with the passage of NCGA 116-37. Its stated purpose is to provide patient care, educate physicians and other health care professionals, advance research and promote the health and well-being of the citizens of North Carolina.
UNC REX Healthcare joins UNC Health Care.
N.C. Women’s Hospital and N.C Children’s Hospital move to a new free-standing facility in order to provide high-quality care in a family-friendly environment.
Chatham Hospital joins UNC Health Care and moves into a new 25-bed facility in Siler City.
Pardee Memorial Hospital in Hendersonville enters into a 10-year management agreement with UNC Health Care.
High Point Regional Health system joins UNC Health Care. As part of the agreement, UNC Health Care agrees to commit $150 million for capital improvements and $50 million for the establishment of a community health fund.
Pardee Hospital and UNC Health Care strengthen their partnership by extending the terms of their management agreement from 10 years to 25 years.
Caldwell Memorial Hospital joins UNC Health Care.
Johnston Health Care and UNC Health Care finalize a joint venture partnership. The partnership includes capital investment intended in part to expand the Johnston Medical Center in Clayton.
Nash Health Care joins UNC Health Care under a management services agreement.
I worked at UNC Health Care full-time
great place to work great managers
very large hard to get around
I applied online. I interviewed at UNC Health Care.
There were one on one interviews with 3 of your department managers There were numerous in-depth interview questions. The process of applying, getting interviewed, being offered the job, and the job starting took 1 month.