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Company Overview of PeaceHealth Medical Group, Inc.
PeaceHealth Medical Group, Inc. offers healthcare services for Clark County, Washington. The company provides bariatric surgery, critical care medicine, family medicine, hematology, obstetrics and gynecology, and oncology services. Additionally, it offers pediatrics, plastic and aesthetic surgery, pulmonary medicine, trauma surgery, and thoracic and vascular surgery services. PeaceHealth Medical Group, Inc. was formerly known as Southwest Medical Group and changed its name in 2011. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Vancouver, Washington.
1115 SE 164th Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98683
Founded in 2007
Key Executives for PeaceHealth Medical Group, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer of Whatcom Region - Peacehealth and Chief Mission Officer of Whatcom Region - Peacehealth
Chief Executive Officer of PeaceHealth, President of PeaceHealth and Chief Mission Officer of PeaceHealth
Chief Executive of Sacred Heart Medical Center Foundation
Chief Executive Officer and Vice President of PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center
Regional Chief Executive Officer of Peace Harbor Hospital & Health Associates and Vice President of Peace Harbor Hospital & Health Associates
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
PeaceHealth Medical Group, Inc. Key Developments
PeaceHealth Workers Agree on New Contract
Jul 1 15
PeaceHealth and the union representing hundreds of workers who went on a 25-hour strike in May have agreed on a contract that will increase worker's wages 6% by fall 2016. Those were among the provisions of the new agreement that ends August 31, 2017. The employees are members of SEIU Healthcare 1199NW, which represents support and tech staff totaling up to 900 workers. Medical Center and its labs went on strike May 13, for one day, saying they were frustrated by stagnating wages rising health-care costs, and understaffing. Employees who tried to return to work at the end of the strike were barred from doing so by PeaceHealth, which had hired temporary workers through an agency that they said required a minimum three-day contract. The labor contract is the first between PeaceHealth and the union, which workers joined in 2013. PeaceHealth agreed to a 3% wage increase for employees upon contract ratification, plus another 3% in September 2016. Workers also received a contract signing bonus of $1,000, $500 and $200 for full-time, part-time and per diem workers respectively. The new agreement also includes premium increases, which are extra pay for work during evenings, weekends and training. PeaceHealth also agreed to a wage scale so workers can count on having some raises based on their years of service.
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