Why We Like Working at EvergreenHealth


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“Before I became an employee, I was a volunteer here and I absolutely loved the people; everyone who works here, volunteers here, and everyone who visits. It’s such a welcoming and open place to work and as an organization, it always seems to be ahead of the curve with very strategic planning—I know this is going to be a great hospital for many years to come because of the exceptional planning” - Tiffanie Schafer, Executive Assistant 



“I enjoy working at EvergreenHealth and my role here because the organization’s vision, values, and culture reflect my own and continually motivate me; I have the opportunity to collaborate with supportive, respectful, and appreciative team members guided by doing the right thing; and, perhaps most importantly, I feel that I am in a position to make impactful contributions to better our community, and help reshape health care as we know it today.” – Sara Rutherford, Quality Coordinator,  EvergreenHealth Partners

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“I love the collaboration, the teamwork and everyone’s willingness to help out.” – Jacqui, RN, Surgery (left)

“I love the people. I love that what we do is so fascinating. How do I put it into words…” – Kelly, RN, Surgery (right) 


“Being in marketing lends itself to engaging and working with fellow employees from various departments, practices and service lines. From that involvement, I get to walk down the halls every day and receive friendly hellos and smiles … just one of the many reasons why I feel really good about where I work.” – Katie Newbury, Marketing, Engagement & PR

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“I love working at EvergreenHealth because I can trust our leaders to do the right thing.  EvergreenHealth is about the patient and not money. I feel honored to be part of the team.” – Mark Wimley, Director of Specialty Clinic Operations


“EvergreenHealth is a great place to work because of the people who work there and the culture of ethical behavior. Staff have a great passion for the outstanding clinical care we provide and are dedicated to making each patients’ life a little bit better. Although I work in a support service department, I feel part of the clinical team and the great patient care we provide.” – Richard Meeks, Corporate Compliance, Information Security & Internal Audit Officer

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“The most rewarding part of working at EvergreenHealth for me is the staff and the Physicians. It is an organization of people who genuinely care about our patients/community, but also about each other. This is an environment that when you walk through the doors of the hospital  the warmth of who we are softly embraces you even amidst  all that is occurring.” – Faye Lindquist, Director of Emergency Services 


“Prior to joining EvergreenHealth, I worked as a programmer at a shipping company.  At the end of the day, the applications I helped build there helped customers track their packages…but the work left me with an empty sense of purpose.  When I joined EvergreenHealth, the first project I was assigned was to extract and send data to the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and I knew this was the kind of work I wanted to spend my life doing. From that project ten years ago on through today, I continue to cherish the opportunities we have in Information Technology to have a small positive contribution in the lives of our patients, the community and those providing care.” – Jack Peters, IT  

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“Throughout my 5 years at EvergreenHealth, I have been professionally encouraged, challenged, and supported.  I am thankful for my remarkable team members that I work with on a daily basis. I look forward to partnering with my coworkers as we grow together and continue to promote a culture of excellence.” – Courtney Hirschi, Health Education Coordinator