ABOUT US St. Vincent’s Health System is made up of St. Vincent’s Birmingham, St. Vincent’s Blount, St. Vincent’s East, St. Vincent’s St. Clair, St. Vincents One Nineteen Health and Wellness, and the St. Vincent’s Ambulatory Healthcare Network which includes a wide range of additional services and entities from family care locations to home health. We provide personalized, compassionate care for all patients, regardless of what they’re struggling with. We believe in balancing high-touch with high-tech, and that reputation draws patients to us from more than 40 Birmingham-area zip codes. St. Vincent’s is part of Ascension, the nation’s largest non-profit and largest faith-based health system, which is recognized nationally for its commitment to quality, safety and healing. ACADEMICS St. Vincent’s Health System associates provide personalized, compassionate care, and we give you the resources and support to do it. We believe in balancing high-touch with high-tech, and that reputation draws patients to us from more than 40 Birmingham-area zip codes. As an associate, you’ll enjoy competitive benefits and a rewarding atmosphere. Plus, when you join St. Vincent’s you become part of Ascension, the nation’s largest non-profit and largest faith-based health system, which is recognized nationally for its commitment to quality, safety and healing. • New Applicants An account is not needed to browse the list of job openings, but all applicants must register and create an account in order to fill out an application. • Click the SEARCH for job button to begin browsing the job postings. The link will connect you to a jobs application site maintained by Ascension, which St. Vincent’s Health System is a part of. • If you do not create an account before browsing, you will be prompted to register and create an account when you attempt to apply for a position. • If you have questions about this website or any posted positions, please call the Ascension Candidate Care at 1-855-778-6037. The call is toll-free. STATSTICS ST. VINCENTS â BIRMINGHAM The CHNA Coalition Committee, consisting of representatives from hospital senior management, board members and multiple community leaders, completed a private ballot to determine the top issues of the community. The ballot prompted each committee member to rank order a list of community concerns. The results demonstrated the committee member’s healthcare priorities, as well as the voting frequency of each item on the ballot. A Borda type methodology was used to tabulate the results. The issues considered to be of greatest need in the community were as follows: 1. Good Nutrition/Obesity Prevention 2. Cardiac Health Education 3. Care for the Uninsured 4. Decreased Unemployment 5. Hypertension/Stroke Prevention RESEARCHES St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney HREC currently reviews single and multi-centre research applications in the following areas: • • Clinical Trials Phase 1 • Clinical Trials Phase 2 • Clinical Trials Phase 3 • Clinical Trials Phase 4 • Population Health • Clinical Intervention Research (other than clinical trials) • Mental Health The St Vincent’s Hospital HREC operates under the requirements set out by the National Health & Medical Research Council (NHMRC). All research involving humans must conform to the NHMRC National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007) and the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research (2007). For research specific to NSW, the NSW Supplement to the National Statement (2008) PDF [689 KB] provides guidance for investigators with regard to the lawful and ethical conduct of research in the NSW public health system.