Equity, Inclusion and Belonging
Service to all
Service to all is written in our mission statement. It was important to the organization upon our founding, and it continues to be a priority for Norton Healthcare now. That’s why whether you are a patient, community member or employee, your Norton Experience should be one that is respectful, supportive and compassionate. We are committed to serving our community with quality care and service that deliver on our mission statement.
I AM | Norton Healthcare
No matter who you are or where you’re from, you belong at Norton Healthcare. Watch this video to learn more about what inclusion means at Norton Healthcare.
Employee resource groups
Employee Resource Groups celebrate the diversity in all of us!
Norton Healthcare is proud to have five employee resource groups (ERGs). Each ERG supports a unique population of patients, staff and community members, and serves to bring new voices to the table as we plan for our future. While each ERG is unique in its makeup, all are focused on supporting Norton Healthcare’s mission of serving all.
NPower is committed tosupporting, promoting and advocating for all women at Norton Healthcare in order to exceptionally serve our employees, patients and community partners.
NPride raises Norton Healthcare’s profile as an inclusive health care provider and employer through community partnerships, outreach and education. Learn more about LGBTQ resources at Norton Healthcare.
NVision supports young professionals as they begin and grow their careers with Norton Healthcare through networking, professional development and community engagement.
Synergy is focused on creating opportunities for engagement with underserved communities and professional growth for all employees.
VETS support military veterans and their families through outreach and engagement.
For more information about our Employee Resource Groups, contact Yulonda Burris at Yulonda.Burris@nortonhealthcare.org.
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