The benefits provided by Star Valley Medical Center are an important part of your compensation package. They provide for ongoing medical, dental, and vision care, and are an important financial safety net in case you can no longer provide an income for yourself and/or a family.
Group Health Insurance – This plan is designed for employees and their families to protect against catastrophic health expenses, as well as encourage them to take preventive measures to ensure better health. SVMC and the employee will both participate in the cost of the coverage.
Group Dental Plan – Our dental coverage includes diagnostic and preventative, basic, major and orthodontia services. As with the health plan, SVMC and the employee both participate in the cost of coverage.
Group Vision Plan – Optical coverage includes diagnostic and preventative. The plan includes eye exam and prescription glasses or contact lenses. As with the health plan, SVMC and the employee both participate in the cost of coverage.
Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) – As part of the organization’s benefits plan, we currently offer an employer-funded health reimbursement account to employees eligible for the medical plan.
Long Term Disability – SVMC provides a Long Term Disability program for non- occupational disabling illness or injury. This is an employer paid benefit for exempt and full-time employees.
Basic Life/AD&D – SVMC provides Basic Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment insurance. This is an employer paid benefit for exempt and full-time employees. Dependent Basic Life is paid by the employee.
Supplemental Life/AD&D – SVMC offers voluntary life insurance for you and your eligible dependents. This is an employee paid benefit for exempt, full-time and part-time employees.
Retirement Plan 401a/457b – SVMC offers a voluntary pretax salary reduction plan (457b) in which employees who are 21 years of age or older, may elect to participate beginning with the first payroll period. A matching plan (401a) is set up to begin matching up to 6% of gross earnings after the employee has worked one year and has at least 1000 hours. Employees must contribute to receive this matching benefit.
Shift Differentials – Shift differentials are paid for evenings, nights, and weekends according to job classifications, and worked hours.
Holiday Pay – All non-exempt employees who are regularly scheduled to work during a declared holiday will received holiday premium pay for each hour worked, in addition to regular pay.
Paid Time Off (PTO) – Exempt, full-time, and part-time employees are eligible to accrue Paid Time Off.
Short Term Sick (STS) – Exempt and full-time employees are eligible to accrue Short Term Sick.
Long Term Sick (LTS) – Exempt and full-time employees are eligible to accrue Long Term Sick.
Bereavement Leave – Exempt and full-time employees following the death of an immediate family member will be eligible for two days, equivalent to a scheduled work day, of paid leave.
Education Assistance Program – Employees looking to further their education may apply for assistance with tuition. Course or degrees must be obtained by a certified and accredited educational institution.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – Our EAP is for employees and their immediate family members. The EAP is designed to offer short-term counseling services in a safe, confidential environment with professional therapists. These therapists are trained to assist with personal or work related issues.
Note: Unless other requirements are stated – All full-time and part-time employees become eligible for benefits on the first day of the month following 30 days of continuous service.