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New Employee Welcome Center

New Employee Welcome Center

Welcome to MIHS!

As a new employee, we understand that you may have many questions and we want to make your onboarding experience as smooth as possible. The MIHS Welcome Center is your resource for information about what to expect and to help you transition smoothly into your new role at MIHS.


Before Your First Day

  • Pre-Employment Processing Appointment:

Who To Contact: 

Please contact your Recruiter for any paperwork processing questions and your Manager for any scheduling inquiries. The main number for Human Resources is: (602) 344-5627.


Where To Go:

Human Resources is located at 2611 East Pierce Street, Phoenix AZ 85008.  Human Resources is on the 2nd floor of the Education Pavilion building, which is located on Pierce Street, just South of the main Hospital.  There are parking spots reserved for HR candidates on the east side of the building. Please use the entrance on the East side of the building.


What To Bring:

I-9 documentation which can be a passport, driver's license, social security card, permanent resident card, etc.

Any required licensure and/or certifications that is required for your position (if applicable).  If any documents are required for your job, not providing them may cause a possible delay of employment.


Security ID Badge Process:

Your Recruiter will escort you to the Security department to take your picture for your ID Badge, which will be given to you on your first day at New Employee Orientation.


Parking Permit:

Please complete the Vehicle Registration form located in your New Hire Packet and bring this with you to your Pre-employment Processing Appointment. Your Recruiter will escort you to the Security department and you may turn it in at this time. The Parking Permit will be given to you on your first day at New Employee Orientation.


Pre-Employment Screening At Occupational Health:

For your pre-employment appointment with Occupational Health, please bring your latest immunization record if available, as well as flu vaccine documentation if received elsewhere (during flu season).  Flu vaccines are a requirement for all MIHS employees.

You will be required to complete a pre-employment drug screen at this appointment.


Your First Days

  • New Employee Orientation (NEO):

Where To Go For NEO:

NEO is located on the 1st floor of the Education Pavilion located at 2611 East Pierce Street, Phoenix AZ 85008.  Please use the entrance on the North side of the building.


What To Bring To NEO:

Direct Deposit Information - Please bring your completed Direct Deposit form attached with either a voided check or bank deposit slip with you on your first day of New Employee Orientation. 


What To Wear To NEO:

Be prepared to make a great first impression on your first day! The dress code is business casual. Scrubs are also permitted. Jeans or shorts are not allowed, per the MIHS Dress Code provided to you in your New Hire Packet. Also, the training rooms can get somewhat chilly, so bring a light sweater or jacket with you if you prefer.


NEO Schedule/Agenda (Please Arrive On Time):

Please arrive at New Employee Orientation (NEO) between 7:30am – 8:00am for registration. NEO begins promptly at 8:00am. Please arrive on time, as late attendees may be asked to reschedule, thus delaying your start date at MIHS. The NEO presentations run from 8:00am – 4:30pm on Day One, and 8:00am – 12:00pm on Day Two. You will be scheduled to attend additional training (depending on your position) on the afternoon of Day Two, from 1:00pm – 4:30pm.


Lunch On Day One Of NEO: You will be having lunch with either your Manager or a representative from your department on your first day. We will provide you with a voucher for our Cafeteria. Please relax, enjoy lunch, and discuss your training schedule for the week, any ask any additional questions you may have.


Additional Training During Your First Week:

When you arrive to NEO on your first day, you will be given a personalized training schedule for the week. It will outline any additional training that you are scheduled for, including Clinical Orientation (CLEO) and computer systems training.


Your First Months And Beyond

  • NEO 90-Day Follow-Up Session: “Creating a Culture of Respect”:

We know how overwhelming it may be when you are starting a new job. That is why we like to follow-up with you at 90 days to see how it’s going. At NEO, you will be given a scheduled date for your assigned 90-day follow-up session. Your Manager was also notified of the date and will be planning for it accordingly in your schedule.  This session will begin with a group discussion with members of the MIHS Senior Leadership Team. We'd like to hear how your first 90 days have been for you. Please come prepared with any feedback and/or questions you would like to discuss with our Senior Leaders. This remainder of the workshop focuses on respect in the workplace, with an emphasis on cultural awareness and appreciating diversity.

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