Recognizing unique talents and strengths through diversity and inclusion
Novant Health's values include diversity and inclusion because we know that every person is different and is shaped by their unique life experiences. Novant Health realizes that these differences are a strength and enable us to better understand our team members and our patients.
Team member benefits
Diversity is one of the great features of today’s workforce, and having a benefits program that is flexible in order to meet the different needs, concerns and challenges of our workforce is a priority for us. Through work-life benefits, affordable voluntary benefits and services we are striving to meet the changing needs and lifestyle of an increasingly diverse workforce. Our team members are critical to delivering on the mission to deliver remarkable care. We invest in their professional development in many ways, such as mentoring programs, tuition reimbursement and corporate education class offerings, while also keeping an eye on work-life balance and overall well-being.
System wide councils and committees
Health Equity Council (HEC)
The members of this council will champion and implement diversity, inclusion and equity in clinical operations.
to Diversity & Inclusion Executive Council (DIEC)
The members of this council will use diversity, inclusion and equity experiences and skills to be leaders of strategic change, both internally and externally to ensure that Novant Health remains an industry leader.
Diversity & Inclusion Action Teams (DIAT)
The members of these teams will provide guidance and recommendations on specific operations and opportunities to ensure Novant Health has a strong reputation for being diverse and inclusive.
Business resource groups (BRGs)
A BRG is a voluntary group of team members organized around an aspect of common identity such as age, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation and veteran status. These groups work together to support each other, our business as well as diversity and inclusion strategies and constituency needs. They create a candid and open forum for the exchange of ideas, experiences and perspectives. Some of these BRGs are listed below.
- Advanced Practice Providers
- Black + African American
- Engaging White Men
- Generation to Generation
- Native American
- Persons with Disabilities
- Pride (LGBTQ+)
- Todos Unidos (TU)
- Women Physicians