Our healthcare system serves patients and families throughout southwest Michigan and Northern Indiana. Offering a full range of services from Primary care to advanced critical care, our goal is to provide you with the right care, at the right time, in the right place. Bronson Healthcare is the largest employer and leading healthcare system in the region.
Thanks to the efforts of more than 8,600 employees and our 1,500 member medical staff, Bronson is ranked among the best healthcare organizations in the nation in many categories of performance. Located halfway between Chicago and Detroit, we occupy a beautiful part of the state of Michigan that offers cultural opportunities, economic diversification and very affordable real estate. With major focus on education, there are several colleges including Kalamazoo College, Western Michigan Unviersity, as well as many private and parochial schools. Bronson also partners with Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine to mentor tomorrow's doctors.
At Bronson, we are proud to offer benefits that surpass those of most other employers in the region. We know people want more than just competitive wages, a great work environment and opportunities for professional growth. They want resources that nurture their lives as well as their careers.
We take the time to ask our employees what is important to them, and the answers we get are as diverse as the people who send them. That's why we offer choices, because one size does not fit all.
Diversity and Inclusion at Bronson
At Bronson, we define diversity as what makes each of us unique. Inclusion means to embrace, respect, and value diversity without judgment, bias, or stereotype. Achieving inclusion in a diverse environment by maximizing the unique strengths and talents of each employee and makes Bronson the best place for our patients and their families.
Bronson demonstrates this commitment to diversity through our:
-cultural competence training for employees
-language translation and interpretation services
-cultural observances and celebrations
-partnering with faith and community-based agency and organizations
At Bronson, we don't simply talk about valuing diversity - we act on it. Our diversity council helps to make sure that we meet the needs of our staff and patients and families. It is through these programs that we are able to:
-be a diverse, inclusive and culturally competent organization from the employee and patient's perspectives
-recruit, develop and retain a diverse workforce, who share Bronson's vision and values, at all levels
-increase Bronson's commitment to establishing meaningful relationships with organizations that represent diverse groups within our service area
-provide equitable treatment to patients and families regardless of diverse characteristic