RWJ’s Center for Diversity and Inclusion works to ensure that inclusion, diversity, and cultural competence are hardwired into the fabric of everything we do.
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Business resource groups, also known as employee resource groups, affinity groups, or employee networks are groups of employees who join together in their workplace based on shared characteristics or life experiences.
Our commitment for serving our community extends beyond the care we provide at our hospital. Learn about our efforts to provide health education, screening, and other health care services to our communities.
Our differences make us stronger. Learn about our workforce diversity commitment and initiatives.
RWJ Diversity and Inclusion Goals:
A Best in Class Hospital for Diversity and Inclusion
RWJ is recognized as a national best in class hospital for diversity and inclusion. In 2015, The American Hospital Association recognized RWJ for their efforts to reduce health care disparities and promote diversity within the organization’s leadership and staff with the second annual Equity of Care Award. Diversity MBA listed RWJ No. 19 in Diversity MBA Magazine’s 2015 rankings for 50 Out Front Companies for Diversity Leadership: Best Places for Women & Diverse Managers to Work—and Top 10 Best in Class for: Succession Planning and Accountability. And, in 2014, the Institute for Diversity and Health Management, an AHA affiliate, has recognized RWJUH as a "Best in Class" for Diversity Management and Strengthening the Workforce.
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Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital is an equal opportunity employer.
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