Benefits for our Colleagues

We offer a competitive benefits package for everyone employed at Goshen Health. It’s one of many reasons why we’ve achieved unprecedented levels of Colleague satisfaction year after year. As a Colleague, you become eligible for benefits the first of the month following the first day of employment. 

Benefits options 

Medical – Medical Home Plan or High-Deductible Health Plan gives you options for medical coverage.

Flexible Spending Accounts – Healthcare Expense Account and Dependent Care Account let you put money aside from your before-tax pay to cover expected out-of-pocket medical and day-care costs during the year.

Health Savings Accounts (HSA) – Available with High-Deductible Health Plan, this tax-advantaged personal savings or investment account helps you save and pay for healthcare expenses now or in the future.

Prescriptions – Covers costs for prescription drugs.

Dental – Provides coverage for basic and major services, as well as orthodontia.

Vision – Includes coverage for exams, lenses, frames or contacts, and LASIK surgery.

Long-Term Care – Individual policy, which includes coverage for you or specified family members, is designed as an affordable way to defer “critical care” assistance and help protect your savings and assets. Payroll deduction is not available for this policy.

Retirement/401(k) Savings Plan – Prepare for your retirement through your own contributions and an employer match up to 4 percent. 

Short-Term and Long-Term Disability (full-time Colleagues) – Eligibility takes effect the first of the month following 90 days of employment and provides consistent benefit protection when you are unable to work due to illness or injury.  Coverage paid by Goshen Health.

Short-Term and Long-Term Disability (part-time Colleagues) – Consistent benefit protection when you are unable to work due to illness or injury. Coverage paid by Colleague. 

Life Insurance – Basic coverage and Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) paid by Goshen Health, with additional coverage options available to better protect your family.

Tuition Reimbursement – Covers qualified expenses for education. Eligibility for full-time and part-time Colleagues after six months of employment. 

Critical Illness Cancer Policy – Optional critical illness insurance policy provides coverage in the event of a catastrophic illness. Benefit dollars are paid directly to the Colleague to assist with associated expenses. 

Accident Plan – Individual policy to assist for treatment of injuries suffered as a result of a covered accident available through payroll deduction.

Whole Life Insurance – Individual policy designed to provide death benefits to the beneficiaries and can potentially build cash value that can be used as a living benefit. Available through payroll deduction.

529 College Savings Plan – A voluntary benefit to save for college expenses. 

Paid Time Off Policy (PTO) – Gives Colleagues more control and flexibility over their personal time off. 

Payroll Deduction – Payroll deduction for your family’s hospital bills. 

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – Confidential counseling services provided to all benefit-eligible Colleagues. Up to five free counseling sessions per household each calendar year.

Fitness – Opportunity to purchase gym memberships, exercise equipment and other fitness qualifying items. 

Fitness Reimbursement – Colleagues may qualify to be reimbursed a portion of the purchase price for a variety of items. Available only to benefit-eligible Colleagues.

Child Care Voucher Program – Specifically designed to help Colleagues pay for child care related to their Goshen Health work schedule. 

For more information about our benefits program, call our Human Resources Department, (574) 364-2626.

  • Contact Goshen Health Human Resources
    (574) 364-2626