“Our commitment to our employees is evident in our workplace flexibility, comprehensive wellness program and the many professional development opportunities our team members have.”
– Lisa Bennett, chief financial officer
“We are all here for our patients first and foremost, and anyone that walks into the building can feel it immediately. Working at WHC is like being in a family.”
– Cherri Welter, resource scheduler
“WHC is small enough that each employee can make a difference, and large enough to offer a wide variety of services to the community. There are so many opportunities to get involved in the processes of the hospital. I feel that all employees have a voice, are recognized and appreciated at WHC.”
– Lynne Boevers, laboratory medical technologist
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