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We will serve our patients and their family by providing for their physical, emotional, and spiritual comfort. We will serve our team members by shepherding them with the values and attitudes of Cura-HPC.
At Cura-HPC our values are the “plumb-line” by which we measure our decisions and actions. We will hold ourselves accountable to these ideals as we serve you, your family, and our team members.
We act with honesty and integrity, not compromising the truth.
We will strive to work together as a team to support each other professionally and personally. We believe succeeding as a team is more important than succeeding individually.
We will treat our patient and their family, team members, suppliers, and other providers with respect and sensitivity, recognizing the importance of diversity.
We will strive to be good at all we do. As a result, we strive to provide quality services, satisfying our patient’s needs and fulfilling our commitments to them.
We will accept our individual and team responsibilities and we meet our commitments. We take responsibility for our performance in all of our decisions and actions.
We will steward the resources that we have been given by establishing a minimum expectation for profitability; seeking a balance between the needs of patient’s, team members, shareholder’s, and what is required for sustainability.
Our team members are loving and kind to our patients and one-another. They speak with humility and gentleness. They freely offer mercy to those in need.
Our team members are empathetic to the physical and emotional needs of our patients and teammates. They consider others needs ahead of their own.
Our team members are trustworthy. They are honest with themselves and their supervisors about personal strengths and weaknesses. They can be counted on to provide honest feedback in all situations. They follow through with commitments.
Our team members are considerate, polite, and courteous. They are observant and aware of the needs of our team and our patient.