Thank you for your interest in applying for medical staff membership at one or more Banner Health facilities. Banner Health has developed a mandatory online medical staff orientation program which will introduce you to the Banner organization and the facilities to which you have applied for medical staff membership and privileges. The program is both comprehensive and convenient. During this orientation you will receive information regarding the following:
- Regulatory and accreditation requirements
- Banner Health mission, vision, values, brand, behaviors
- Banner Health Facility-Specific Information
- Strategic Initiatives and Clinical Practices
- Additional information related to Medical Staff Leadership, Links to Community Resources, Grand Rounds, and other valuable information
Please use this site to complete the online portion of this mandatory orientation. Once you complete the online orientation, you will receive an auto-generated “Certificate of Completion.” By completing the online evaluation form, you will be eligible for Category II ACCME and 1-B AOA CME credits.
After completion of your online orientation, you will be contacted by the Banner facilities where you have applied for membership, regarding your interest in a facility tour and/or facility-specific introductions.
Please note that new medical staff applicants will be required to complete this mandatory online orientation prior to exercising privileges at a Banner facility.
Welcome to Banner Health.
John Hensing, MD
Chief Medical Officer
As part of the clinical team at a Banner Health facility, all providers are expected to support and comply with established clinical initiatives, policies and practices.
Learn more by visiting the Banner Health employee website. Click on Departments, then choose Policies & Procedures Resource Center. Click on Policy ad Procedure Database to view all policies and procedures or to search for something specific. Please note you must be logged into the Banner Health System or via VPN to view the employee website.
You can view brief summaries of the System policies here but are encouraged to visit the employee website for the most up-to-date and complete versions of the policies.
Why should you want to work for Banner Health? You want a great place to live and a dedicated group of co-workers. With facilities across the West, there is something for everyone - from the bustling urban medical center to the friendly small-town hospital. As one of the largest nonprofit health systems in the country, Banner health has both the stability that comes with success and the values your can be proud to represent.
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Banner’s reputation is one of our most important assets. Banner’s reputation is directly affected by the individual and collective conduct of our employees and affiliated stakeholders. Therefore, all employees, regardless of position, have responsibility for ensuring the integrity of the entire organization.
As part of our commitment to integrity, we have adopted policies to protect against unlawful activity. We maintain high ethical standards and uses our best efforts to comply with both the letter and spirit of all federal, state, and local laws, regulations, rules, guidelines and ordinances.
Banner also has a designated Compliance Officer in each facility and provides employees with a ComplyLine to report suspected illegal or unethical behavior, non-compliance with regulations and/or policies, and safety violations. Please refer to Policy #12648 for additional information.
Employees are encouraged to contact their facility Compliance Officer or call the ComplyLine at 1(888)747-7989 to report concerns or activity. Employees can call on an anonymous basis, and the ComplyLine is designed to maintain strict confidentiality and protect the identity of the caller. All concerns will be promptly addressed with professionalism, care, and respect. For details visit the Ethics and Compliance section of the Employee website.
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