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Equal Opportunity Employment & Hiring Policies

View Asante’s hiring policies, which are designed to protect the interests of job candidates, current employees and the health system.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Asante is an equal opportunity employer. Asante does not discriminate in employment opportunities or other terms and conditions of employment based on:

  • Age
  • Ancestry
  • Color
  • Disability
  • Gender identity
  • Marital status
  • National origin
  • Race
  • Religion
  • Sex
  • Sexual orientation
  • Veteran status
  • Any other protected class under applicable federal, state or local laws

Reasonable Accommodations

Asante makes reasonable accommodations for religious beliefs and individuals with disabilities consistent with applicable laws. Any qualified individual with a disability in need of a reasonable accommodation to perform the essential job functions or participate in the application process should discuss this need with a Human Resources representative or their respective manager.

Application Assistance

If you have a disability and need application assistance, make a request for help via email (asante.employment@asante.org), or call 541-789-4757 to leave a message on our recruitment voicemail. An Asante recruiter will get back to you as soon as possible.

Pre-Employment Screenings

You may need to complete certain screenings before you start work at Asante. Based on the position, you may have:

  • Background check
  • Drug screening
  • Physical exam
  • Functional exam to make sure you’re able to do the job requirements safely

Whenever possible, your screening tests will take place at an Asante Work Health location close to you in Josephine County or Jackson County.

Drug-Free Workplace

Asante follows federal guidelines set by the United States Department of Labor to provide a safe and drug-free work environment. That means candidates who test positive for illegal drug use may not receive a job offer.

Nurse Anti-Retaliation Notice

Download Oregon’s Nurse Staffing Law Anti-Retaliation Notice [PDF]. This policy protects nursing staff from retaliation if they disclose a hospital activity, policy or practice in violation of a law or professional standards of practice that may pose a risk to the health, safety or welfare of a patient or the public.

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Melanie Lyda, RN – Asante Three Rivers Medical Center

The best thing about working for Asante is the people I have the honor of meeting every day, from my coworkers to my patients and their friends and families. Our community is filled with amazing people and the atmosphere at Asante is always friendly and welcoming. Melanie Lyda, RN – Asante Three Rivers Medical Center

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What I love about being a part of Asante is the relationship that I have developed with employees and the communities we serve. Asante has been extremely supportive in my career development and it is rewarding to utilize my skills in giving back to the community. Karline Kleker, Manager of Practice Operations, Asante White City Family Medicine & Urgent Care