IU Health Goshen Benefits
Indiana University Health Goshen offers a competitive benefits package, which is only one of the reasons why we’ve been voted one of the best places to work in Indiana two years in a row. As an IU Health Goshen Colleague, you become eligible for benefits the first of the month following your date of employment.
Medical—Three-plan options: PPO Gold, PPO Silver or a High-Deductible Health Plan.
Prescription—Coverage for prescription drugs.
Dental—Coverage for basic and major services, as well as orthodontia.
Vision—Coverage for exams, lenses, frames or contacts, and LASIK surgery.
Long-Term Care—Three options are available, including coverage for you or specified family members.
Retirement/401(k) Savings Plan—Prepare for your retirement through your own contributions and an employer match up to 2 percent.
Legal—Legal coverage and financial guidance to assist you in such things as family/domestic matters, purchasing a home and preparing a will.
Short-Term/Long-Term Disability—Eligibility takes effect the first of the month following 90 days of employment and provides consistent benefit protection when you are unable to work due to illness or injury. This benefit is for full-time Colleagues only.
Life Insurance—Basic coverage paid by IU Health Goshen, with additional coverage options available to better protect your family.
Flexible Spending Accounts—Two accounts – one for healthcare expenses and another for dependent care – let you put money aside from your before-tax pay to cover expected out-of-pocket medical and day-care costs during the year.
Tuition Reimbursement—Eligibility for full-time Colleagues after 90 days of employment. Part-time Colleagues eligible after six months of employment.
Cancer Policy—Optional cancer insurance policy provides coverage in the event of a cancer diagnosis. Benefit dollars are paid directly to the Colleague to assist with associated expenses.
Auto/Homeowners Policies—Colleagues may purchase auto and homeowners insurance at group rates through MetLife using payroll deduction.
Short-Term/Long-Term Disability Benefits for Part-Time Colleagues Only—Consistent benefit protection when you are unable to work due to illness or injury.
529 College Savings Plan—A voluntary benefit for the 529 college savings plan.
PTO—Paid Time Off (PTO) policy to give Colleagues more control and flexibility over their personal time off.
Payroll Deduction—Payroll deduction for your family’s hospital bills.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)—No cost, confidential counseling services for you and your dependents.
Fitness—The opportunity to purchase annual memberships to the Goshen College Gingerich Recreation-Fitness Center, with corporate discount programs available for other fitness centers.
Child Care Voucher Program—Specifically designed to help Colleagues pay for child care related to their IU Health Goshen work schedule.