StepsStep 1: Once the offer of employment has been made, you will receive a link via email to complete your onboarding paperwork. This is done through our HR software called One Point. There is a checklist within your profile to help guide you. Please complete all items on the checklist prior to your New Employee Orientation, to ensure a smooth onboarding process.
Step 2: Visit our Benefits page by clicking the highlighted link in this step. Benefit information will be reviewed in detail during New Employee Orientation. Reviewing the Benefits page prior to Orientation will help you become familiar with what John C. Fremont Healthcare District offers.
Step 3: Visit our FAQ page (click here) for answers to the most commonly asked NEO questions.
Please contact Human Resources for any additional questions or concerns (click here to call.)
HR is located behind the hospital, at the west end of the campus, next to the Administration building. Parking is available next to our building.
New Employee Orientation (NEO)When: NEO is scheduled for the last week of every month.
Time: NEO begins promptly at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 5:00 p.m.
Where: NEO is held in person in the Education building, located downtown at 5108 CA-140 Ste C, Mariposa, CA.
Things to know:You must arrive for the NEO session before 8:30 am. If you are more than 15 minutes late without contacting Human Resources to let someone know, you will be asked to reschedule.
HR will provide you with an ID badge on your first day of work. You must have possession of and be wearing the ID badge prior to starting every work shift. If you do not have your ID badge, you should immediately contact HR for a replacement.
General inquiries regarding NEO please contact Tom, our Director of Education at 209-966-3631
You will be paid for NEO. Lunch will be provided on the first day.
You do not have to dress in uniform (business casual, scrubs, district provided uniform) for NEO. Appropriate casual attire is permitted.
Diversity, Culture and InclusionAt John C. Fremont Healthcare District, we strive to ensure our culture is inclusive. We are always working to cultivate a diverse workforce as we understand that diversity brings together different perspectives and encourages innovation.
John C Fremont Healthcare District prohibits discrimination in accordance with state and federal law. For more information, please visit: https://www.dfeh.ca.gov/employment/
This initiative requires a focused, concerted effort from everyone within the organization. We continue to work to provide continued education on diversity, inclusion, equity and cultural competence in all we do - including providing access to quality healthcare services and hiring caregivers to reflect the diversity of those we serve.
It takes all of us to do the incredible work that we do, delivering quality care to our community. Our community is our family, and we take pride in being of service to them.