As a healthcare organization, Intermountain requires immunizations as a condition of employment, outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), because they protect us and others—patients, members, colleagues, families, and communities—from illness and disease. A fully vaccinated workforce provides assurance to our patients that they are being cared for in the safest clinical environment possible.
All employees, including those not involved with patient care, must receive the following vaccinations:
- 2-step TB
- Annual Influenza
- Hepatitis B for some jobs
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has withdrawn the COVID-19 vaccine requirement for healthcare workers, in response the end of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. The requirement, announced in November 2021, mandated that healthcare workers and contractors at Medicare- and Medicaid-certified facilities must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. After careful evaluation and to align with CMS regulations, Intermountain Health will be removing the COVID-19 vaccine requirement, effective immediately.
More information about vaccination requirements, including what documentation to provide, where to get your vaccines, the exemption process, and more, can be discussed with an Intermountain recruiter.
Licensure and Certification
To ensure competency of our caregivers, professional licensure and certification may be required.
Licenses must be current and must enable providers to practice within the state of Utah or Idaho, depending on the position location.
Proof of required licensure or certification must be obtained prior to employee's start date.
Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers Certification
Many positions require current valid Basic Life Support (BLS) certification. Original documentation of current certification must be provided prior to New Employee Orientation or the first day of work.
We recommend obtaining BLS certification before applying for positions with this requirement. Candidates without a current certification may not be considered.
Qualifying certifications may be obtained from any of the following organizations:
In clinical facilities, education is a Joint Commission requirement. Intermountain verifies both degree attainment and educational institution accreditation following an offer of employment.
Post-secondary educational institution and programs accreditation is based on the US Department of Education's database. To verify an institution's accreditation, visit the U. S. Department of Education.
Equal Opportunity Employer
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Intermountain Healthcare is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected military or veteran status, pregnancy or genetic information.
If you’d like more information on your EEO rights under the law, please refer to the PDF here.