The Adena Health System mission states that we are “Called to Serve our Communities.” And that is exactly what our caregivers do on a daily basis.
Our Adena healthcare professionals are dedicated to serving patients. They’ve chosen to make a difference in people’s lives and in the communities where they live and work. Many of our employees have grown up in the region and know what makes our communities so special. They want to protect the integrity of the region while taking advantage of everything that Adena has to offer:
Healthcare. Paid time off. Disability and life insurance. Retirement planning. Our competitive benefits programs are what set us apart from other employers.
Your family’s good health and financial security depend in part on having the right benefits.
At Adena Health System, we offer a variety of comprehensive, market-competitive benefits and programs that meet the diverse needs of our employees and their families. We are committed to providing employees with the information, resources and support
they need to achieve their personal health and wellness goals.
Caregivers who are regularly scheduled at least 20 hours or more per week or 40 or more hours in a two-week period are eligible to enroll in Adena’s benefit plans.
Health Savings Accounts Plan 1
Health Savings Accounts Plan 2
PPO Plus Plan
Prescription Drug Plans
Flexible Spending Accounts
Health Care FSA
Limited Purpose FSA
Dependent Care FSA
Basic long-term Disability
Supplemental Long-term Disability
Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance (CIGNA)
Basic Life Insurance and AD&D
Supplemental Life and AD&D
Adena Health System 403(b) Plan
Adena matches contributions at 100% for the first 4%, then at 50% for an additional 2 %, for a total of 5%.
Voluntary Insurance Programs
Critical Illness Insurance
Voluntary Accident Insurance
Universal Life Insurance
Auto & Home Insurance
Legal Insurance Plan
Help Net – Employee Assistance Program
Learn more about benefits at Adena Health System.
Many of the Adena Health System employees are homegrown talents who choose to remain in the area because of its incredibly affordable cost of living.
Cost of living indices are based on a U.S. average of 100, and an amount below 100 means Ross County is cheaper than the United States average. In addition, Ross County is 4% less expensive than the Ohio average and Chillicothe is the 187th most expensive city in Ohio.
The cost of living indices for other surrounding counties includes:
Jackson County: 79.7
Pike County: 78.4
Fairfield County: 92.6
Highland County: 77.3
In addition to an affordable cost of living, you will enjoy one of the lowest tax burdens in the country by locating to South Central Ohio while simultaneously benefiting from some of the most competitive rates for utilities (electric, gas and fiber services).
Adena Health System is committed to fair and inclusive interactions with all of our patients, families, physicians, employees, business partners and communities we serve. We will enhance our cultural competency by educating, recognizing and celebrating
the value of diverse cultures, beliefs and identities.
Workplace diversity encompasses more than the ethnic differences between colleagues in an organization. It combines race, gender, ethnicity, age, personality, tenure, organizational function, education, experience and background to enrich the experience
of all members of an organization.
At Adena, we recognize that diversity throughout our system is essential to achieving our primary goal: providing the highest quality of care for our patients. Maintaining a diverse work force ensures that our employees are able to relate effectively
to our patients and their family members. It also directly affects our ability to attract and retain the most talented health care professionals. We believe that diversity, inclusion and economic empowerment are integral to the success of our organization.
Our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion extends to our employees, our patients, our business partners and to the communities we serve.
Our goal is to maintain an inclusive workforce to ensure that our employees and physicians are able to communicate effectively with and relate to our patients and their families. We are also committed to creating a welcoming environment that maximizes our patients’ healing potential.
Adena Health System is an Equal Employment opportunity and Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, ancestry, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, disability, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, or other non-job-related criteria.
Adena Health System is committed to the growth and development of all caregivers. This is demonstrated in fa variety of ways.
Adena Health System offers a number of opportunities for employees to grow professionally through a wide variety of education and training initiatives.
NACO is a two-day corporate orientation and introduction to Adena’s unique culture. During orientation, Caregivers are engaged in discussion and interaction with one another. This program provides caregivers the opportunity to better understand our culture, values, strategy, and expectations.
This three-course series covers the essentials of leadership at Adena. Through this engaging and interactive program, Adena leaders learn core skills needed to lead change, coach and develop others, and crucial conversations.
This program provides our caregivers with the tools and training needed to provide safe and effective patient care.
The Best Program is an 8-month emerging leadership program designed for individuals who are interested in exploring their management and leadership potential. The BEST program introduces high potential and high performing caregivers to essential leadership skills and provides mentoring by advanced and experienced leaders.
The Medical Assistant certification program is a partnership between Adena and Pickaway-Ross Career and Technology Center. The program is taught by Pickaway-Ross instructors at the PACCAR Medical Education Center on the ARMC campus. It takes seven months to complete, and as students approach graduation, they are placed into the Adena Medical Group (AMG) clinical float pool as a full-time Medical Assistant.
Adena offers a great opportunity for nurses who are wishing to pursue a Family, Acute Care or Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner MSN paths. The RN to APRN Program is an affiliation with Adena and Ohio University.
With four hospitals, six regional clinics and more than 25 ambulatory and primary care clinics, the Adena Health System gives job lookers a variety of choices throughout the nine-county South Central Ohio area.
Our geographical footprint gives you a number of convenient locations from which to choose as a potential workplace in a variety of roles: