“To Provide Quality Healthcare for Everyone”
Paid Time-Off (PTO)
Paid Time-Off (PTO) begins to accrue on the first day of employment for full-time and part-time employees. Eligible employees must be scheduled to work at least 32 hours per week on a regular basis. Employees working less than 32 hours per week on a regular basis, on-call, and temporary employees are not eligible to accrue PTO.
No leave may be taken before actual leave is earned. Unused PTO days are paid out upon termination of employment on the next payroll period following the last day worked provided the employee has successfully completed introductory period.
Ten (10) days.
The Center offers several options for health insurance to its employees, with varying levels of premiums. Please consult with Human Resources for specifics on the current options available.
The Center offers Dental plan for employee, employee + spouse, and employee + family. Please consult with Human Resources for specifics on the current options available.
Life Insurance policy of $15,000 at no cost to the employee.
All Employees that complete the introductory period are eligible for participating in the Center retirement plan. All new hires are automatically enrolled in the retirement plan with in a 4% contribution. The Center will match the employee’s contribution up to 4% of compensation with a maximum of $1,000.00 per year after twelve (12) months of employment. The Center’s contributions are gradually vested in 20% increments every year. Employees will be able to access the full balance of their account after five (5) years of service once they are no longer employed with the Center. All funds will go to the employee’s accounts that will be administered by Mutual of America. IRS rules and regulations determine the maximum amount that can be contributed in a calendar year. Participation in the plan is in accordance with IRS and/or plan regulations.
Health, dental, life and retirement plans are available after the employee has successfully completed his/her introductory period. (Subject to change based on plan renewals)
“The more things change, the more they remain the same”. Although we now operate in a cutting-edge facility, with triple the amount of employees and a multi-million dollar budget, many of the most important aspects our daily operations remain the same. We consistently uphold the highest standard of care and we treat every patient with utmost dignity, respect, and compassion. I have had the unparalleled opportunity to work with some of the most skilled professionals in their field for the past 16 years that I have been part of the Gateway Family. Most dear to me is that I am allowed to share a small portion of my knowledge, skill, grace and self with those who most need it and in return I receive the greatest gift of all, tears (of joy), words of kindness, and long lasting patient-client relationships. I am blessed beyond belief… and still living it!
– Davyne Agüero, RDH