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UPMC Center for Engagement and Inclusion

Inclusion and Diversity: We care to include you

UPMC is striving toward inclusion as it relates to our customers, community, culture, and company. As a global, integrated health enterprise, we seek opportunities to embrace new thoughts, ideas, and ways of thinking from people just like you.

Creating a workforce reflective of our diverse patient population, as well as the communities in which we serve, is important. Therefore, we need to ensure that we are considering the most qualified and diverse pools of talent for career opportunities within our organization.

We believe that diversity is critical to the success of workforce recruitment, retention, and development. Below are examples of some of the programs, initiatives, and strategies that we employ, which support this belief:

  • Minority nurse mentorship program
  • Health Care Initiatives Program (HCIP)
  • Internship program

We feel that workforce inclusion contributes to our employees' ability to learn, grow, and develop. At UPMC, we continue to strive toward creating a competitive and inclusive culture in which our employees can thrive.

UPMC would like you to share in our vision of inclusion by considering one of the many career opportunities that our health care system has to offer. Together, we can build a workforce that not only cares about our patients, but also cares to include you.

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