Welcome to Grand View Health. We are excited for you to join our team! Our New View Onboarding Program is designed around a successful start. If you have any questions throughout this process, please reach out to our concierge email address: AskHR@gvh.org. We guarantee a response within one business day.
To ensure a safe environment for patients and staff and to comply with federal and state regulations, Grand View requires the following of new hires:
In order for your employee profile to be set up accurately, you must complete onboarding documentation via My View, the Employee Portal. As part of this process, you will be asked to review your contact information, select your tax elections and provide banking information for direct deposit.
For My View, your username is your employee number. You will receive an email with your assigned employee number within three business days of acceptance of the employment offer.
Your password is the last four digits of your Social Security Number followed by your four-digit birth year. To optimize the security of the system, it is recommended that you change your password upon accessing the system.
Grand View Health embraces a continuous learning philosophy. We encourage learning throughout your entire career at Grand View. To familiarize you with our culture, policies and procedures, you will complete an online orientation curriculum prior to start. These courses also provide you with a foundation for our in-person orientation program.
It is estimated that the online training will take four hours to complete, and you will be paid accordingly. Should it take you longer than four hours to complete, please notify us so that necessary adjustments can be made. To avoid delay in starting your employment at Grand View Hospital, you should complete the online training by the end of the day the Thursday before Orientation.
This training can be accessed from My View. A separate username and password are not required.
You will attend Orientation within your first 30 days. Our orientation program will introduce you to our organization and provide you with important information about working at Grand View Hospital.
Orientation is held in the Human Resources Department and begins at 8 am. At the conclusion of the program, your manager will join you for lunch.
The dress code for orientation is business casual. If you prefer, you may wear scrubs or your Grand View Health uniform. Please park in the Grand View Health Employee Parking Lot (Parking Lot D/E) and follow the path to the Human Resources Building.
Upon completing the in-person orientation, you will be assigned the First Year Excellence Curriculum. There will be various training items for you to complete throughout your first year at Grand View to acclimate you to our organization and culture.
You will have regular check-in meetings with your manager over the course of your first year. You will also be assigned an HR new hire coach who can serve as your contact for questions.
Welcome to Grand View Health!
Grand View Health performs background clearances on all new employees prior to start.
All new employees must have an Electronic Fingerprint-based FBI Clearance through the PA Department of Human Services. Grand View Health will provide you with the information and paid authorization code that will allow you to register for this clearance.
Once registered, you will need to visit a designated fingerprinting location. You may choose to visit any designated location. However, the fingerprinting must be completed at least ten days prior to orientation. Find a convenient fingerprinting location.
Any delay in fingerprinting may result in the need for your orientation to be rescheduled.
The results of this background clearance will be sent to you, and you must provide the original clearance certificate to Human Resources upon receipt.
All new employees also must have a PA Child Abuse Clearance. You will submit the PA Child Abuse Clearance request online. Grand View Health will email you a payment code and instructions.
The online PA Child Abuse Clearance request must be submitted at least ten days prior to orientation. Any delay in this request may result in the need for your orientation to be rescheduled.
As part of our commitment to a safe environment for our patients and workforce, Grand View Health requires a post-offer health assessment be completed prior to start.
The post-offer health assessment includes a tuberculosis screening, urine drug screen, general assessment and vaccination review.
Please note that we require vaccination compliance in order to protect our patients, our employees and their families. We require immunization records or titers for MMR (measles, mumps, rubella), Varicella (chickenpox) and Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis). If you do not have immunization records or titers, Grand View Health will order the necessary titers and provide the vaccinations.
If you would like to do so, you may download the health assessment paperwork in advance and bring the completed items to your appointment. Download the health assessment packet.
We developed our dress code policy to enhance the patient experience and ensure the safety of patients and staff. Employees are expected to convey a professional image related to their positions. Certain items are prohibited to protect patients and staff.
Employees who have significant interaction with inpatients and those working at a Grand View Medical Practice follow a color-coded uniform policy. Patients can clearly identify an employee's role based upon the uniform/scrub color. Uniforms are also required for Post-Acute Care employees.
At Grand View Health, we take the safety of our patients seriously. To help reduce the transmission of the deadly influenza virus, we implemented a mandatory Influenza Immunization policy for all members of the workforce. This policy applies to employees, volunteers, physicians, contractors and students. Each flu season, the vaccination must be received by November 30. The flu vaccine is offered free of charge to all members of the workforce. Individuals who start after the deadline, but prior to the end of the flu season (currently defined as March 31), must receive the flu vaccine prior to starting or provide documentation of vaccination.