Organizational Ethics

Who we are and how we ought to act.

REMEMBERING THE MISSION
The Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System and its sponsored organizations have a clear sense of our organizational ethic, which is who we are and how we ought to act. This organizational ethic, molded and shaped by the examples of Jesus, St. Francis of Assisi, our Franciscan sisters, and the Roman Catholic Church, set forth not only our boundaries, but expectations that we strive to achieve in our healing encounters, our business transactions and as good corporate citizens. As a faith-based, mission-driven organization, and law abiding corporate citizen, the principles listed below represent our organization's expectations of both individual and corporate behavior, which serves to follow the examples of those who have gone before us.

BEING OF SERVICE

  • We serve those who need our care
  • We continually pursue excellence
  • We respect and support those who serve others
  • We demonstrate our commitment to the community's health

TAKING CARE OF RESOURCES

  • We take care of our resources
  • We are honest in our daily work
  • We protect information
  • We avoid conflicts of interest
  • We abide by rules and regulations