By managing services that combine the best of what health care has to offer, Inland Northwest Health Services represents a collaborative approach to health care unlike any other. A career with us will give you access to innovative ideas, quality patient care, community education and the opportunity to develop new ideas of your own.
At INHS we focus on collaboration and providing the best service to our customers and our patients. In order to meet these goals, we know that we need the best team of professionals working together every day. With over 1,000 employees, we look for the best talent available and provide education and training opportunities, competitive salary and benefits packages, flexible work environments and ongoing advancement opportunities to meet our employees' needs.
Our employees are our greatest asset. They deliver solutions to customers, patients and the community every day. And because of our commitment to health and health care solutions, we believe that our employees should lead as role models in the community. This is why we participate in the American Hospital Association’s Health For Life “wellness” pillar. With programs such as health@work, we provide a comprehensive health and productivity program to more than 1000 INHS employees.
INHS is committed to diversity in our workforce as an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. We provide an environment that fosters diversity and mutual respect, and join with our community and our nation in an effort to ensure that all citizens enjoy equality of opportunity in employment, and to eliminate employment discrimination due to race, color, religion, sex, age, creed, national origin, veteran status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation or caregiver responsibility. Through the INHS Cultural Responsiveness Committee, employees are encouraged to acknowledge, understand, respect and be aware of individual differences. Our goal is to embrace the diverse cultures and experiences of our community.
If you’re considering a career in health information technology, there’s a tool to help you identify educational and training programs open to Washington residents. The Washington Health IT Educational Resource Inventory lists postsecondary education and training programs at a variety of levels from post-12th grade through post-doctoral, with information on location, cost, program duration, prerequisites and the types of jobs for which the program prepares the student. Most importantly it includes contact information for getting more detail about each program. The inventory is developed and maintained by the Washington Health Information Industry-Education Council (WHIIEC), a group of educational institutions and associations representing health IT employers. For more information, click here.