Whether you are a new employee or have been with CHI St. Luke's Health for years, you play an important role in our success. Your contributions are rewarded, in part, by a compensation package that includes competitive salaries, benefits, and other programs and services that provide for your professional and personal needs, help care for your family, and contribute to your future. We offer plans for full-time employees and regular part-time employees. Coverage also may be purchased for eligible dependents. 

Health, Dental, & Vision Insurance Coverage

  • Medical  
    • PPO – Preferred Provider Organization
    • HRA – Health Reimbursement Account
    • HMO – Health Maintenance Organization  
  • Dental:  preventive, basic, major services, and orthodontic services
    • Dental PPO
    • Dental HMO
  • Vision:  annual comprehensive eye exam, lenses, frames, contact lenses

Employee Life & Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance Coverage – Eligible employees receive Term Life Insurance and Accidental Death and Dismemberment coverage at no cost.

Paid Holidays – Regular full-time employees receive paid holidays each calendar year.

Paid Time Off – Regular full-time and regular part-time employees accrue PTO hours each pay period, based on years of service and number of hours paid.  

Tuition Reimbursement – Full-time employees (regularly scheduled to work at least 72 hours per two-week pay period) or part-time employees (regularly scheduled to work at least 40 hours per two-week pay period) are eligible on date of hire.

Retirement Benefits—CHI 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan is managed by Fidelity Freedom K Fund. (This benefit does not apply to Medical Staff Fellows, Residents, ICU House Physicians, Kelsey-Seybold Clinic employees, or CHI St. Luke's Health joint venture organization employees.)

Adoption Assistance

Corporate Discounts and Promotions

Parking & Transportation Subsidies (for qualified positions)

Wellness Programs

Benefits Eligibility by Employment Classification – Eligibility for CHI St. Luke’s Health benefits is based on employment classification and location.

Employment Classification Definition
Regular full-time employee Regularly scheduled to work or be paid 72 or more hours per pay period
Regular part-time employee Regularly scheduled to work or be paid 40, but less than 72, hours per pay period
Supplemental workforce employee, temporary full-time,  or temporary part-time Work on a contingent or as-needed basis; examples: PRN, float pool nurses, student workers; includes full- or part-time employees