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Welcome to the UCHealth family! All of us at UCHealth are very proud to have you join us. Here are a few important tools as you start your journey.

Prior to your orientation, we ask that you complete new hire paperwork based on the hospital or clinic location where you will be working (see headings below). Please be sure to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed to assist with electronic paperwork completion. Get the most recent version of Adobe Reader

Questions? Please call UCHealth Human Resources: 720.848.6800.

With award-winning hospitals and facilities serving the entire Front Range of Colorado and beyond, UCHealth is the state’s largest and most innovative health system. We look forward to having you join our award-winning team!

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Orientation steps and new hire paperwork

We look forward to having you join our award-winning team at Memorial Hospital, Grandview Hospital or UCHealth Medical Group. Prior to orientation, we ask that you complete the paperwork and steps listed below.

There are 7 steps to the new hire process that must be completed. Click on the links for more information on each step.

Please note: all steps must be completed by the Wednesday prior to your orientation date, or your start date may be deferred.

Please read through all steps, as you may be able to complete most of them on the same day as the health screen appointment.

1. Health screen
  1. Please contact Employee Health at 720.848.6849 to schedule your appointment. Please allow 24 business hours for a return call if you leave a voicemail message. If more convenient, you may also email an appointment inquiry to employeehealthcs@uchealth.org. Plan for the appointment to take 60 minutes.
    • This appointment, which must be completed by the Wednesday before your orientation date, includes a drug screen, immunization review, lab draw, TB test, biometric screening, vision test for color deficiency, vision screening, and a respirator fit test, as based on your job title/location. Fasting for at least 8 hours prior to your appointment will provide the most accurate biometric screening results.
    • The Human Resources office closes at 4:00 p.m. If your Employee Health appointment is after 3:00 p.m., please plan on arriving at HR prior to your appointment to complete your HR paperwork.
  2. Before the day of your Employee Health appointment:
    • Email the following documents to employeehealthcs@uchealth.org:
      • Lab titers, immunization records, influenza vaccine documentation during flu season (September – April) and tuberculosis testing results. Please come to your appointment even if you do not have this requested documentation.
      • Immunization records required:
        • MMR
        • Varicella
        • Tdap or Dtap
        • Hepatitis B (clinical contact only)
        • Influenza (during flu season only)
      • Tuberculosis records required:
        • Any TB screenings done in the last year (skin or blood draw)
        • Documentation of any past positive TB screening in your lifetime
        • Documentation of any past chest X-ray related to a TB screening in your lifetime
    • Come well hydrated to your appointment (urine and blood specimens will be collected). Any positive urine drug screens are sent to an external lab for verification, a process that requires extra time (which could delay your first day of employment for at least two weeks).

Please arrive to your appointment 10 minutes early. Our location:

  • Printer’s Park Medical Plaza
    175 S. Union Blvd. Suite 315 Colorado Springs, CO 80910

NOTICE REGARDING RIGHTS OF PREGNANT WORKERS

Effective August 10, 2016, pursuant to C.R.S. § 24-34-402.3, et seq., all employees and applicants for employment in the State of Colorado have the right to be free from discriminatory or unfair employment practices because of pregnancy, a health condition related to pregnancy, or the physical recovery from childbirth. In addition, all employers shall:

PROVIDE REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB TO AN APPLICANT FOR EMPLOYMENT OR AN EMPLOYEE FOR HEALTH CONDITIONS RELATED TO PREGNANCY OR THE PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, IF THE APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE REQUESTS THE REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS, UNLESS THE ACCOMMODATION WOULD IMPOSE AN UNDUE HARDSHIP ON THE EMPLOYER’S BUSINESS;

NOT TAKE ADVERSE ACTION AGAINST AN EMPLOYEE WHO REQUESTS OR USES A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION RELATED TO PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR A RELATED CONDITION;

NOT DENY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES TO AN APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE BASED ON THE NEED TO MAKE A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION RELATED TO THE APPLICANT’S OR EMPLOYEE’S PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR A RELATED CONDITION; NOT REQUIRE AN APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE AFFECTED BY PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR A RELATED CONDITION TO ACCEPT AN ACCOMMODATION THAT THE APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE HAS NOT REQUESTED OR AN ACCOMMODATION THAT IS UNNECESSARY FOR THE APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB; AND NOT REQUIRE AN EMPLOYEE TO TAKE LEAVE IF THE EMPLOYER CAN PROVIDE ANOTHER REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR THE EMPLOYEE’S PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR RELATED CONDITION.

2. Background check authorization

New hires will receive an email from Universal Background Screening company. This email will be sent out within 48 business hours after your job offer or 30 days out from your start date, whichever date is later.

This email will include a link to a form requesting some data points as well as an electronic signature. This allows UCHealth to run the required background check as part of our pre-employment process.

WITHOUT completing this step, a background check will NOT be initiated and may result in a deferral of your start date. Please check for this email and complete it ASAP. Also, check your Junk/Spam folders if you do not receive the email.

3. New hire paperwork

To get started, we need you to fill out some new hire documents electronically. It will take about 15-30 minutes.This paperwork may be assigned up to a week following your offer acceptance date. If you do not have paperwork once logged in, please wait until you receive an email stating the paperwork is assigned.

Simply click here to access the login page. Use the same username and password that you used to complete your job application. If you don’t know your username and password, please contact us
at jobs@uchealth.org

You will need to click on “Send to HR” when you finish each document. If you receive an error message when clicking on “Send to HR,” please follow the detailed instructions on what is missing. Each document will read as “Completed” when finished. BE SURE TO USE INTERNET EXPLORER AND DISABLE ALL POP-UPS AND FIREWALLS.

Please note any delay in completing this paperwork may result in deferring your scheduled start date.

Your employee ID # will not be available until your orientation date, so please leave any employee ID # field blank.

4. Employment eligibility
  • Click here to complete Section 1 of the I-9 Employment Eligibility Form. This online section must be completed by your first day of employment.
    • Enter Employer Code 15545.
  • Your employment date on the form will be your first day of paid employment, which is the Monday of orientation week.
  • State and federal regulations mandate that prospective employees produce documents that establish their identity and eligibility to work in the United States.
  • There is a step two to the I9 process. Bring either 1) one “List A Document” OR 2) one “List B Document” AND one “List C Document”. You will need to bring these original documents (no copies or expired documents) to Human Resources when you come in for your health and drug screen. View the list of acceptable documents.
  • Failure to bring any of these documents and not providing the original document by the end of business day on the third day following your orientation date (72 hours) will lead to termination of employment.
5. Required documents to send to your Recruitment Coordinator

Required documents to submit to a Recruitment Coordinator prior to the pre-employment deadline (the Wednesday prior to your start date). The documents listed below should be emailed to newhire@uchealth.org.

Please enter your name, and NEO date in the subject line.

  1. Certifications/Licenses: If a certification or license is required for your position, please send it to the appropriate email address above.
    All certifications must be current through the first 60 days of hire. If your certification is expiring, it is your responsibility to get it renewed and have a new card in hand by the Wednesday deadline prior to your NEO.

    • If required for your job, BLS cards must be through the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer. Please send a copy of your card to a Recruitment Coordinator at the email or fax listed above. Your BLS or CPR card cannot expire within sixty days of your start date. (American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer is only good upon hire and all renewals will need to be through an American Heart Association sanctioned course.)Please review the examples of cards and please make sure you meet these requirements. If not, please notify your recruiter immediately or it could delay your start date.Send all other required documentation (i.e. RN license, clinician license, etc.) to the email or fax listed above prior to your deadline.
    • Please use the following link if you wish to register for a BLS/ACLS/PALS class through UCHealth: Online Class Schedule
  2. Education verification: Please provide a copy of your highest level degree diploma or final transcript, as listed in your job description. We will verify your education directly with the school, however a copy may help to expedite the process.
  3. Your job description will be emailed to you. Please print, sign, and return this document to the onboarding email address listed above prior to your Wednesday deadline.
  4. License Plate Number: Please bring license plate numbers for any vehicles you plan to drive to work, so that you can use that information to fill out your parking registration form either in HR or at the badging office.

Please note any delay in completing this paperwork may result in deferring your scheduled start date.

6. Employee badge picture
  • Immediately following your visit to Human Resources at 2420 East Pikes Peak Avenue, you will have your badge picture taken at the Employee Badging Office (also located in the Memorial Administrative Center – MAC).
  • You will be asked to show identification such as a driver’s license before the badging staff member takes your picture.
  • Your picture will be stored until your orientation date, at which time your employee badge will be delivered to your orientation session.
7. New hire orientation information

Below are details that will help you experience a great new employee orientation. Orientation is scheduled for your first day, from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.. Please arrive up to 30 minutes early to check in and get settled before the 8 a.m. start time.

Orientation

Where: Memorial Administrative Center (MAC), located at 2420 E. Pikes Peak Avenue in the Cuchara room.

  • A full breakfast and lunch will be provided.

How to prepare for orientation

Wear business casual clothes to orientation

  • No jeans of any color; no miniskirts, skorts, sundresses, beach dresses or spaghetti-strap dresses; no sneakers, sandals, flip flops; no tee shirts or shorts; no scrubs; cover all tattoos
  • NOTE: If you are not dressed appropriately, you will be asked to go home and change

Parking for Orientation

Please park in any available employee parking at the MAC (spots that are not designated as visitor/guest).

8. Scrubs information

If your position requires scrubs, you will be sent an email from Medline (suitestyles@medline.com) to your personal email address provided on your application, after hire. This email might end up in your junk or spam folder.

For any scrubs needs prior to receiving your order, please refer to Human Resources staff while completing your HR paperwork requirements.

Click here to download a printable version of the checklist.

For questions, please call Human Resources: 720.848.6800

Metro Denver

We look forward to having you join our award-winning team at University of Colorado Hospital, or at one of our other metro Denver facilities. Prior to orientation, we ask that you complete the paperwork and steps listed below.

There are 8 steps to the new hire process that must be completed.

Please note: all steps must be completed by the Wednesday prior to your orientation date, or your start date may be deferred.

Please read through all steps, as you may be able to complete most of them on the same day as the health screen appointment.

1. Health screen

Below you will find needed information to help with the rest of your onboarding experience as it relates to Employee Health.

Action Items

PLEASE COMPLETE, AND BRING WITH YOU TO YOUR EMPLOYEE HEALTH APPOINTMENT, ALL DOCUMENTS ATTACHED TO THIS EMAIL AND EVERYTHING LISTED BELOW.

  • Ensure you have reviewed all needed Human Resources steps (on this site) prior to coming into your Employee Health appointment.
  • Email your immunization records to uch.employeehealth@uchealth.org prior to your appointment date. Some immunizations may be required prior to starting at UCHealth.
  • Immunization records required:
    • MMR
    • Varicella
    • Tdap or Dtap
    • Hepatitis B (clinical contact only)
    • Influenza (during flu season only)
  • Tuberculosis records required:
    • Any TB screenings done in the last year (skin or blood draw)
    • Documentation of any past positive TB screening in your lifetime
    • Documentation of any past chest X-ray related to a TB screening in your lifetime
  • Go to the badging office to have your badge picture taken before 3 p.m. (they close at 3 p.m.)
  • Go to the HR Lobby on 6th floor to submit HR paperwork before 3:30 p.m. (they close at 3:30 p.m.)

Appointment information

Employee Health will be contacting you by phone to set up an appointment. If you do not receive a call within two business days of accepting your offer, please call 720-848-6849. If more convenient, you may also email an appointment inquiry to UCH.EmployeeHealth@uchealth.org.

  • Please bring driver’s license, state ID, or passport for identification.
  • Please arrive 10 minutes before your appointment time.
  • Appointment duration may last between 30 and 60 minutes.
  • Services may include drug screening, immunizations, biometric screening, tb testing, and mask fitting as needed based on employment type and circumstance.
  • Please arrive well hydrated, as we will need to collect urine and blood specimens during your appointment.
  • Best results for the biometric screening are had if you are fasting from food at least eight hours.
    If you have an appointment after April 10, 2017, please go to the security desk on the 1st floor of the Leprino building and ask for a temporary badge to come to Employee Health. A badge is required to access the 7th floor, where Employee Health is located.
  • If you haven’t received your onboarding email yet, remember to bring two forms of ID (driver’s license, social security card, passport, Military ID, etc.) along with your Job Description – HR will need this information for process.

To get to the Employee Health offices on the 7th floor of the Leprino Building:

  • Click “view map” on the Leprino Building location page
  • Get directions or send information to your phone; you can also view/download this wayfinding map
  • As you reach Leprino, you will turn left from 17th Avenue into the entrance drive between the Leprino Building and the parking garage, and then make a quick right into the Token Pay/Visitor Entrance (you will later receive a token, so parking is free)
  • Walk to the Leprino lobby, and then check in as a visitor at the Security desk to receive a temporary badge before taking the elevator to the 7th floor.

NOTICE REGARDING RIGHTS OF PREGNANT WORKERS
Effective August 10, 2016, pursuant to C.R.S. § 24-34-402.3, et seq., all employees and applicants for employment in the State of Colorado have the right to be free from discriminatory or unfair employment practices because of pregnancy, a health condition related to pregnancy, or the physical recovery from childbirth. In addition, all employers shall:

PROVIDE REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB TO AN APPLICANT FOR EMPLOYMENT OR AN EMPLOYEE FOR HEALTH CONDITIONS RELATED TO PREGNANCY OR THE PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, IF THE APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE REQUESTS THE REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS, UNLESS THE ACCOMMODATION WOULD IMPOSE AN UNDUE HARDSHIP ON THE EMPLOYER’S BUSINESS;

NOT TAKE ADVERSE ACTION AGAINST AN EMPLOYEE WHO REQUESTS OR USES A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION RELATED TO PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR A RELATED CONDITION;

NOT DENY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES TO AN APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE BASED ON THE NEED TO MAKE A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION RELATED TO THE APPLICANT’S OR EMPLOYEE’S PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR A RELATED CONDITION; NOT REQUIRE AN APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE AFFECTED BY PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR A RELATED CONDITION TO ACCEPT AN ACCOMMODATION THAT THE APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE HAS NOT REQUESTED OR AN ACCOMMODATION THAT IS UNNECESSARY FOR THE APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB; AND NOT REQUIRE AN EMPLOYEE TO TAKE LEAVE IF THE EMPLOYER CAN PROVIDE ANOTHER REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR THE EMPLOYEE’S PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR RELATED CONDITION.

2. Background check authorization

New hires will receive an email from Universal Background Screening company. This email will be sent out within 48 business hours after your job offer or 30 days out from your start date, whichever date is later.

This email will include a link to a form requesting some data points as well as an electronic signature. This allows UCHealth to run the required background check as part of our pre-employment process.

WITHOUT completing this step, a background check will NOT be initiated and may result in a deferral of your start date. Please check for this email and complete it ASAP. Also, check your Junk/Spam folders if you do not receive the email.

3. New hire paperwork

To get started, we need you to fill out some new hire documents electronically. It will take about 15-30 minutes. This paperwork may be assigned up to a week following your offer acceptance date. If you do not have paperwork once logged in, please wait until you receive an email stating the paperwork is assigned.

Simply click here to access the login page. Use the same username and password that you used to complete your job application. If you don’t know your username and password, please contact us at jobs@uchealth.org.

You will need to click on “Send to HR” when you finish each document. If you receive an error message when clicking on “Send to HR,” please follow the detailed instructions on what is missing. Each document will read as “Completed” when finished. Be sure to use Internet Explorer and disable all pop-ups and firewalls.

Please note any delay in completing this paperwork may result in deferring your scheduled start date.

Your employee ID # will not be available until your orientation date, so please leave any employee ID # field blank.

4. Employment eligibility - HR office
  • Click here to complete Section 1 of the I-9 Employment Eligibility Form. This online section must be completed by your first day of employment.
    • Enter Employer Code 15545.
  • Your employment date on the form will be your first day of paid employment, which is the Monday of orientation week.
  • State and federal regulations mandate that prospective employees produce documents that establish their identity and eligibility to work in the United States.
  • There is a step two to the I9 process. Bring either 1) one “List A Document” OR 2) one “List B Document” AND one “List C Document”. You will need to bring these original documents (no copies or expired documents) to Human Resources when you come in for your health and drug screen. View the list of acceptable documents.
  • Failure to bring any of these documents and not providing the original document by the end of business day on the third day following your orientation date (72 hours) will lead to termination of employment.
5. Required documents to send to your Recruitment Coordinator

Required documents to submit to a Recruitment Coordinator prior to the pre- employment deadline (the Wednesday prior to your start date). The documents listed below should be emailed to newhire@uchealth.org. Please enter your name, and NEO date in the subject line.

  1. Certifications/Licenses: If a certification or license is required for your position, please send it to the appropriate email address above.
    All certifications must be current through the first 60 days of hire. If your certification is expiring, it is your responsibility to get it renewed and have a new card in hand by the Wednesday deadline prior to your NEO.

    • If required for your job, BLS cards must be through the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer. Please send a copy of your card to a Recruitment Coordinator at the email or fax listed above. Your BLS or CPR card cannot expire within sixty days of your start date. (American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer is only good upon hire and all renewals will need to be through an American Heart Association sanctioned course.)
      Please review the examples of cards and please make sure you meet these requirements. If not, please notify your recruiter immediately or it could delay your start date.Send all other required documentation (i.e. RN license, clinician license, etc.) to the email or fax listed above prior to your deadline.
    • Please use the following link if you wish to register for aBLS/ACLS/PALS class through UCHealth: [link to come]Online Class Schedule
  2. Education verification: Please provide a copy of your highest level degree diploma or final transcript, as listed in your job description. We will verify your education directly with the school, however a copy may help to expedite the process.
  3. Your job description will be emailed to you. Please print, sign, and return this document to the onboarding email address listed above prior to your Wednesday deadline.

Please note any delay in completing this paperwork may result in deferring your scheduled start date.

6. Employee badge picture
  • We will take your picture for your employee badge when you come to Human Resources to provide your I-9 identification documents.
    • 12401 E. 17th Avenue, Aurora, CO 80045
  • Your picture will be stored until your orientation date, at which time your employee badge will be delivered to your orientation session.
7. New hire orientation information

Below are details that will help you experience a great new employee orientation. Orientation is scheduled for your first day, from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Please arrive up to 30 minutes early to check in and get settled before the 8 a.m. start time.

Orientation

Where: Orientation is typically held at the Leprino Building, Room 617 (directly across from Human Resources on the 6th floor), 12401 E. 17th Avenue, Aurora, CO  80045.

  • A full breakfast and lunch will be provided.

** Note locations for the upcoming orientation sessions below**

December 10, 2018
Location: BSCC Auditorium, Anschutz Inpatient Pavilion 2, first floor
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

December 17, 2018
Location: BSCC Auditorium, Anschutz Inpatient Pavilion  2, first floor
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

January 7, 2019
Location: BSCC Auditorium, Anschutz Inpatient Pavilion 2, first floor
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

January 14, 2019
Location: Hensel Phelps Auditorium/West, Research I Building at Anschutz Medical Campus
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

How to prepare for orientation

Wear business casual clothes to orientation

  • No jeans of any color; no miniskirts, skorts, sundresses, beach dresses or spaghetti-strap dresses; no sneakers, sandals, flip flops; no tee shirts or shorts; no scrubs; cover all tattoos
  • NOTE: If you are not dressed appropriately, you will be asked to go home and change

Parking for orientation

On the first day of orientation, please park in any designated employee parking lot on 17th Avenue between Peoria and Quentin streets.

  • Print and leave this page on your dashboard to show you have permission to park in this lot.
  • Please do not park in the visitor parking area in the Leprino parking garage at 17th Avenue and Quentin (where you may have parked for your interview).
  • At orientation on day 1, you will be informed of your assigned parking location going forward. You will be charged $2 each day to park in your assigned garage on the Anschutz Medical Campus.

emp-new-den-parking-map

8. Scrubs information

If your position requires scrubs, you will be sent an email from Medline (suitestyles@medline.com) to your personal email address provided on your application, after hire.

For any scrubs needs prior to receiving your order, please refer to Employee Health staff during your health and drug screen appointment for information on UCHealth’s Loaned Scrubs Program.

Click here to download a printable version of the checklist.

For questions, please call Human Resources: 720.848.6800

Northern Colorado

We look forward to having you join our award-winning team at Poudre Valley Hospital, Medical Center of the Rockies, Longs Peak Hospital or UCHealth Medical Group. Prior to orientation, we ask that you complete the paperwork and steps listed below.

There are 8 steps to the new hire process that must be completed. Click on the links at the left for more information on each step.

Please note: all steps must be completed by the Wednesday prior to your orientation date, or your start date may be deferred.

Please read through all steps, as you may be able to complete most of them on the same day as the health screen appointment.

Step 1: On-Site Health Screen
    1. Please contact Employee Health at 970.495.8229 to schedule your appointment. Please allow 24 business hours for a return call if you leave a voicemail message. If more convenient, you may also email an appointment inquiry to employeehealthNoCo@uchealth.org. Plan for the appointment to take 60 minutes.
      • This appointment, which must be completed by the Wednesday before your orientation date, includes a drug screen, immunization review, lab draw, TB test, biometric screening, vision test for color deficiency, and respirator fit test as based on your job title/location. Fasting for at least 8 hours prior to your appointment will provide the most accurate biometric screening results.
    2. Before the day of your Employee Health appointment, please email the following documents to employeehealthnoco@uchealth.org. If you are unable to send documents electronically, brings the hard copies with you to your appointment:
  • Lab titers, immunization records and tuberculosis documentation. Please come to your appointment even if you do not have this requested documentation.
    • Immunization records required:
      • MMR
      • Varicella
      • Tdap or Dtap
      • Hepatitis B (clinical contact only)
      • Influenza (during flu season only)
    • Tuberculosis records required:
      • Any TB screenings done in the last year (skin or blood draw)
      • Documentation of any past positive TB screening in your lifetime
      • Documentation of any past chest X-ray related to a TB screening in your lifetime
  • Human Resources (HR) and Employee Health are located in the same office, so please provide the acceptable documents to complete the I9 process (see Step 4: Employment Eligibility – HR Office) as well as the make, model, and license plate number of your vehicle(s). In addition, if unable to submit any of the required HR documents electronically, please bring them with you to your appointment.
  • Come well hydrated to your appointment (urine and blood specimens will be collected). Any positive urine drug screens are sent to an external lab for verification, a process that requires extra time (which could delay your first day of employment for at least two weeks).
  • Please arrive to your appointment 10 minutes early. Directions to your appointment (for PVH, MCR, or Longs Peak Hospital) are provided below:
    • PVH Human Resources Services:
      1240 Doctors Lane. Fort Collins, CO 80524 (located north of Poudre Valley Hospital)
    • MCR Human Resources Services:
      2500 Rocky Mountain Avenue. Loveland, CO 80538

      • Walk in the main entrance of Medical Center of the Rockies and you will see a hallway immediately to your left. Walk down that hallway, take your first right and Human Resources Services is the second door down on the right hand side of the hallway.
    • LPH Human Resources:
      1750 E. Ken Pratt Boulevard, Longmont, CO 80504

      • Walk in the main entrance of Longs Peak Hospital, turn right, walk past the gift shop and pharmacy, turn left down the hallway, and the HR office is located on the right side.

NOTICE REGARDING RIGHTS OF PREGNANT WORKERS

Effective August 10, 2016, pursuant to C.R.S. § 24-34-402.3, et seq., all employees and applicants for employment in the State of Colorado have the right to be free from discriminatory or unfair employment practices because of pregnancy, a health condition related to pregnancy, or the physical recovery from childbirth. In addition, all employers shall:

PROVIDE REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB TO AN APPLICANT FOR EMPLOYMENT OR AN EMPLOYEE FOR HEALTH CONDITIONS RELATED TO PREGNANCY OR THE PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, IF THE APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE REQUESTS THE REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS, UNLESS THE ACCOMMODATION WOULD IMPOSE AN UNDUE HARDSHIP ON THE EMPLOYER’S BUSINESS;

NOT TAKE ADVERSE ACTION AGAINST AN EMPLOYEE WHO REQUESTS OR USES A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION RELATED TO PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR A RELATED CONDITION;

NOT DENY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES TO AN APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE BASED ON THE NEED TO MAKE A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION RELATED TO THE APPLICANT’S OR EMPLOYEE’S PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR A RELATED CONDITION; NOT REQUIRE AN APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE AFFECTED BY PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR A RELATED CONDITION TO ACCEPT AN ACCOMMODATION THAT THE APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE HAS NOT REQUESTED OR AN ACCOMMODATION THAT IS UNNECESSARY FOR THE APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB; AND NOT REQUIRE AN EMPLOYEE TO TAKE LEAVE IF THE EMPLOYER CAN PROVIDE ANOTHER REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR THE EMPLOYEE’S PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR RELATED CONDITION.

Step 2: Background Check Authorization

New hires will receive an email from Universal Background Screening company. This email will be sent out within 48 business hours after your job offer or 30 days out from your start date, whichever date is later.

This email will include a link to a form requesting some data points as well as an electronic signature. This allows UCHealth to run the required background check as part of our pre-employment process.

WITHOUT completing this step, a background check will NOT be initiated and may result in a deferral of your start date. Please check for this email and complete it ASAP. Also, check your Junk/Spam folders if you do not receive the email.

Step 3: New Hire Paperwork

To get started, we need you to fill out some new hire documents electronically. It will take about 15-30 minutes. This paperwork may be assigned up to a week following your offer acceptance date. If you do not have paperwork once logged in, please wait until you receive an email stating the paperwork is assigned.

Simply click here to access the login page. Use the same username and password that you used to complete your job application. If you don’t know your username and password, please contact us at jobs@uchealth.org

You will need to click on “Send to HR” when you finish each document. If you receive an error message when clicking on “Send to HR,” please follow the detailed instructions on what is missing. Each document will read as “Completed” when finished. BE SURE TO USE INTERNET EXPLORER AND DISABLE ALL POP-UPS AND FIREWALLS.

Please note that any delay in completing this paperwork may results in deferring your scheduled start date.

Your employee ID # will not be available until your orientation date, so please leave any employee ID # field blank.

Step 4: Employment Eligibility - HR Office
        • Click here to complete Section 1 of the I-9 Employment Eligibility Form. This online section must be completed by your first day of employment.
          • Enter Employer Code 15545.
        • Your employment date on the form will be your first day of paid employment, which is the Monday of orientation week.
        • State and federal regulations mandate that prospective employees produce documents that establish their identity and eligibility to work in the United States.
        • There is a step two to the I9 process. Bring either 1) one “List A Document” OR 2) one “List B Document” AND one “List C Document”. You will need to bring these original documents (no copies or expired documents) to Human Resources when you come in for your health and drug screen. View the list of acceptable documents.
        • Failure to bring any of these documents and not providing the original document by the end of business day on the third day following your orientation date (72 hours) will lead to termination of employment.
Step 5: Required documents to send to your Recruitment Coordinator

Required documents must be submitted to a Recruitment Coordinator prior to the pre-employment deadline (the Wednesday prior to your start date). The documents listed below should be emailed to newhire@uchealth.org. Please enter your name, and NEO date in the subject line.

        1. Certifications/Licenses: If a certification or license is required for your position, please send it to the appropriate email address above.All certifications must be current through the first 60 days of hire. If your certification is expiring, it is your responsibility to get it renewed and have a new card in hand by the Wednesday deadline prior to your NEO.

          • If required for your job, BLS cards must be through the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer. Please send a copy of your card to a Recruitment Coordinator at the email or fax listed above. Your BLS or CPR card cannot expire within sixty days of your start date. (American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer is only good upon hire and all renewals will need to be through an American Heart Association sanctioned course.)Please review the examples of cards and please make sure you meet these requirements. If not, please notify your recruiter immediately or it could delay your start date.Send all other required documentation (i.e. RN license, clinician license, etc.) to the email or fax listed above prior to your deadline.
          • Please use the following link if you wish to register for a BLS/ACLS/PALS class through UCHealth: Online Class Schedule
        2. Education verification:
          Please provide a copy of your highest level degree diploma or final transcript, as listed in your job description. We will verify your education directly with the school, however a copy may help to expedite the process.
        3. Your job description will be emailed to you. Please print, sign, and return this document to the onboarding email address listed above prior to your Wednesday deadline.
        4. License Plate Number
          Please bring license plate numbers for any vehicles you plan to drive to work, so that you can use that information to fill out your parking registration form either in HR or at the badging office.

Please note any delay in completing this paperwork may results in deferring your scheduled start date.

Step 6: Employee Badge Picture

We will take your picture for your employee badge when you come to Human Resources to provide your I-9 identification documents.

        • 1240 Doctors Lane, Suite 200, Fort Collins
        • 2500 Rocky Mountain Avenue, 1st floor, Loveland

Your picture will be stored until your orientation date, at which time your employee badge will be delivered to your orientation session.

Step 7: Orientation Information

Below are details that will help you experience a great new employee orientation. Orientation is scheduled for your first day, from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.. Please arrive up to 30 minutes early to check in and get settled before the 8 a.m. start time.

Orientation

Where: Medical Center of the Rockies (MCR), 2500 Rocky Mountain Avenue, Loveland, in the Longs Peak meeting room (in the basement).

  • A full breakfast and lunch will be provided.

How to prepare for Orientation

Wear business casual clothes to orientation

  • No jeans of any color; no miniskirts, skorts, sundresses, beach dresses or spaghetti-strap dresses; no sneakers, sandals, flip flops; no tee shirts or shorts; no scrubs; cover all tattoos
  • NOTE: If you are not dressed appropriately, you will be asked to go home and change

Parking for Orientation

Please approach the hospital from the west main entrance, and park in the New Employee Parking area. Parking is designated by the red flag on the left as you enter the campus.

Harmony Surgery Center new hires only:

On day one, instead of New Employee Orientation listed above, you will arrive at Harmony Surgery Center. The leadership team will send you the schedule and details.

Step 8: Scrubs Information

If your position requires scrubs, you will be sent an email from Medline (suitestyles@medline.com) to your personal email address provided on your application, after hire.

For any scrubs needs prior to receiving your order, please refer to Employee Health staff during your health and drug screen appointment for information on UCHealth’s Loaned Scrubs Program.

Click here to download a printable version of the checklist.

For questions, please call Human Resources: 720.848.6800

Steamboat Springs

We look forward to having you join our award-winning team at Yampa Valley Medical Center. Prior to orientation, we ask that you complete the paperwork and steps listed below.

1. On-site health screen
  1. You will need to contact UCHealth Occupational Medicine Clinic shortly after your offer to schedule your pre-employment appointment. Please contact Meg Montgomery, Occupational Employee Health Nurse RN at 970.875.2749 to schedule your appointment. Plan for the appointment to take at least 60 minutes.
    • This appointment must be completed by the Wednesday before your orientation dates. It includes a drug screen, immunization review, lab draw, TB test, biometric screening, vision test for color deficiency (if applicable), respirator fit test as based on your title/location and flu test (during flu season). Fasting for at least 8 hours prior to your appointment will provide the most accurate biometric screening results.
  2. On the day of your Employee Health appointment, bring the following documents to your appointment:
    Lab Titers, immunization records and tuberculosis documentation. Please come to your appointment even if you do not have this requested documentation.

    • Immunization records required:
      • MMR
      • Varicella
      • Tdap or Dtap
      • Hepatitis B (clinical contact only)
      • Influenza (during flu season only)
    • Tuberculosis records required:
      • Any TB screenings done in the last year (skin or blood draw)
      • Documentation of any past positive TB screening in your lifetime.
      • Documentation of any past chest X-ray related to a TB screening in your lifetime.
    • Come well hydrated to your appointment (urine and blood specimens will be collected). Any positive urine drug screens are sent to an external lab for verification, a process that requires extra time (which could delay your first day of employment for at least two weeks).
    • Please arrive at your appointment 10 minutes early. Directions to your appointment are provided below:
      • UCHealth Occupational Medicine Clinic – 3001 S. Lincoln Avenue, Suite A, Steamboat Springs, CO. 80487

NOTICE REGARDING RIGHTS OF PREGNANT WORKERS

Effective August 10, 2016, pursuant to C.R.S. § 24-34-402.3, et seq., all employees and applicants for employment in the State of Colorado have the right to be free from discriminatory or unfair employment practices because of pregnancy, a health condition related to pregnancy, or the physical recovery from childbirth. In addition, all employers shall:

PROVIDE REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB TO AN APPLICANT FOR EMPLOYMENT OR AN EMPLOYEE FOR HEALTH CONDITIONS RELATED TO PREGNANCY OR THE PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, IF THE APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE REQUESTS THE REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS, UNLESS THE ACCOMMODATION WOULD IMPOSE AN UNDUE HARDSHIP ON THE EMPLOYER’S BUSINESS;

NOT TAKE ADVERSE ACTION AGAINST AN EMPLOYEE WHO REQUESTS OR USES A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION RELATED TO PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR A RELATED CONDITION;

NOT DENY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES TO AN APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE BASED ON THE NEED TO MAKE A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION RELATED TO THE APPLICANT’S OR EMPLOYEE’S PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR A RELATED CONDITION; NOT REQUIRE AN APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE AFFECTED BY PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR A RELATED CONDITION TO ACCEPT AN ACCOMMODATION THAT THE APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE HAS NOT REQUESTED OR AN ACCOMMODATION THAT IS UNNECESSARY FOR THE APPLICANT OR EMPLOYEE TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB; AND NOT REQUIRE AN EMPLOYEE TO TAKE LEAVE IF THE EMPLOYER CAN PROVIDE ANOTHER REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR THE EMPLOYEE’S PREGNANCY, PHYSICAL RECOVERY FROM CHILDBIRTH, OR RELATED CONDITION.

2. Background check authorization

New hires will receive an email from the Recruiter. This email will be sent out within 48 hours after your job offer or 30 days out from your start date, whichever date is later.

This email will include a date this is required to be completed and a link to a form requesting some data points as well as an electronic signature. This link is a link to PreCheck. This allows UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center to run the required background check as part of our pre-employment process.

WITHOUT completing this step, a background check will NOT be initiated and may result in a deferral of your start date. Please check for this email and complete it ASAP. Also, check your Junk/Spam folders if you do not receive the email.

3. Employment eligibility - HR office
  • Click here to complete Section 1 of the I-9 Employment Eligibility Form. This online section must be completed by your first day of employment.
  • Enter Employer Code 15545.
  • Your employment date on the form will be your first day of paid employment, which is the Monday of orientation week.
  • State and federal regulations mandate that prospective employees produce documents that establish their identity and eligibility to work in the United States.
  • There is a step two to the I-9 process. Bring either 1) one “List A Document” OR 2) one “List B Document” AND one “List C Document”. You will need to bring these original documents (no copies or expired documents) to Human Resources on your start date. View the list of acceptable documents.
  • Failure to bring any of these documents and not providing the original document within 72 hours of your orientation date will lead to termination of employment.
4. Required documents to send to your Recruiter
  • Required documents must be submitted to your Recruiter prior to the pre-employment deadline (the Wednesday prior to your start date). The documents listed below should be emailed to melissa.welu@uchealth.org. Please enter your name, and NEO date in the subject line.
    1. Certifications/Licenses: If a certification or license is required for your position, please send it to the appropriate email address listed above.
      • If required for your job, BLS cards must be the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer. Please send a copy of your card to your Recruiter at the email listed above. (American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer is only good upon hire and all renewals will need to be through an American Heart Association sanctioned course.) Please review the examples of cards and please make sure you meet these requirements. If not, please notify your recruiter immediately or it could delay your start date. Send all other required documentation (i.e. RN license, clinician license, etc.) to the email listed above prior to your deadline.
    2. Education Verification:
      Please provide a copy of your highest level of education degree diploma or final transcript, as listed in your job description. We will verify your education directly with the school; however a copy may help to expedite the process.
    3. License Plate Number:
      Please bring license plate numbers for any vehicles you plan to drive to work so that you can use that information to fill out your parking registration form in HR on your start date.

    Please note: Any delay in providing the documents above may result in deferring your scheduled start date.

5. Orientation information

Below are details that will help you experience a great new employee orientation. Orientation is scheduled for your first day, from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.

Orientation
Where: UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center, 1024 Central Park Drive, Steamboat Springs, in Conference Room 1 (this is subject to change). You will also receive an email on late Thursday afternoon prior to your start date reminding you of your Orientation/Start date and providing you the correct conference room number.

  • A light breakfast and a catered lunch will be provided.

How to prepare for Orientation

Wear business casual clothes to orientation.

  • No jeans of any color; no miniskirts, skorts, sundresses, beach dresses or spaghetti-strap dresses; no sneakers, sandals, flip flops; no tee shirts or shorts; no scrubs
    Please note: If you are not dressed appropriately, you will be asked to go home and change.

Parking for Orientation:
On the first day of orientation, please park in designated employee parking. A map will be attached in your Thursday email reminding you of your Orientation/Start Date. You will receive a parking permit with on your Orientation/Start Date. This will need to be installed on the outside of your vehicle in the lower left corner of the rear window.

6. Employee badge picture

We will take your picture for your employee badge at orientation. Your employee badge will be delivered to your orientation session before end of day.

7. New hire paperwork

New hire paperwork will be provided to you on your start day and upon your arrival for Orientation. All paperwork must be complete and turned into HR by end of Orientation.

8. Scrubs information

If your position requires scrubs, you will be sent an email from Medline (suitestyles@medline.com) to your personal email address provided on your application, after hire.

For any scrubs needs prior to receiving your order, please refer to Employee Health staff during your health and drug screen appointment for information on UCHealth’s Loaned Scrubs Program.

View/download a printable version of the checklist.

For questions, please call Human Resources at 970.871.2466