For more than 90 years, Baptist Health has been committed to providing high-quality healthcare in the communities we serve. Our hospitals, care centers, physicians' offices and health facilities are known for offering advanced care, while treating our patients like we would want our own families to be treated.
Through our programs and partnerships, Baptist provides resources for those with special needs ranging from infant care and specialized children's therapy to rehabilitation and support for adults with disabilities. We are also an equal opportunity employer, and proud to be a diverse organization united by a common vision and mission.
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As an equal opportunity employer, Baptist Health offers a wide range of employment opportunities to people of all abilities. Baptist is the largest not-for-profit healthcare system in Kentucky, with seven hospitals and nearly 16,000 employees. Its hospitals have earned numerous awards and accreditations, including being recognized among the Best Places to Work in Kentucky by the Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management and the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.
Baptist Health offers rehabilitation for people of all ages coping with a variety of physical disabilities. Its programs focus on total patient care, with experienced therapists and individualized programs encompassing mind, body and spirit. Baptist Health works closely with
community organizations such as the
Brain Injury Alliance of Kentucky and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to help provide support to people in our communities who are living with
Baptist Health partners with its hospital foundations and with other charitable organizations to provide advanced equipment, specialized training, and innovative programs to strengthen and advance the care it provides. For example, Baptist Health has worked to provide rehabilitation programs with equipment specially made for pediatric therapy, including equipment that helps children with Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, developmental delays, traumatic brain injuries and other issues regain muscle control and mobility.