Medication Test Study Guide
If you are applying for a Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse position in an acute care facility, you will be required to take and pass a computerized medicine administration examination. Click here to access the medication test study guide.
Living In Arkansas
Arkansas’ diverse landscapes and four-season climate are great assets for those wanting to explore the outdoors. Add to that low taxes, affordable living costs, and world-class medical facilities, and you'll be proud to call Arkansas home.
Learn more about Arkansas and the cities where our hospitals reside.
Baptist Health Policies
Baptist Health does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status, in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. Baptist Health is committed to the timely identification and resolution of all issues that may adversely affect employees, patients, or the organization, in this regard. Anyone who wants to report any activity which they believe violates this policy should contact Human Resources or Corporate Compliance for investigation and/or resolution.
Tobacco/Drug Free Policy
Baptist Health is a smoke and tobacco-free work environment and employer. This means that parking lots, hospital grounds, and all vehicles on hospital property are off limits for smoking and tobacco use. In addition, beginning Jan. 1, 2013, Baptist Health will no longer hire anyone who tests positive for nicotine use during the new hire process. This is for new employees only and does not affect current employees who transfer to other jobs within Baptist Health. Click here for the full tobacco/drug policy.
Baptist Health also adheres to a drug free work environment. A mandatory drug screen is administered as a part of the health assessment, after the job offer. A positive drug screen will result in the job offer being withdrawn.
Dress Code Policy
Baptist Health does not permit denim clothing in the work setting. Tattoos must be covered by clothing. Body piercing is limited to two in the ear lobes. Personal appearance must be professional while at work and be within Baptist Health Dress Code policy
Timely attendance at work is important to patient care and for the efficient operation of Baptist Health. This policy is to establish guidelines and the expectations of employees regarding their attendance and timeliness for reporting to work. All employees are covered by this policy including in-house and daily based or pool employees. Click here for the full attendance policy
Employment Eligibility Verification
You'll find the forms of identification that can be provided here