After Your Two-Day Orientation, Day Three

For most employees, orientation does not end after the second day. They report to their departments for department-specific orientation, or continue to orientation based upon their job duties. The following list outlines the required orientation/classes. If you are unsure which orientation you should attend, please ask the facilitator at New Employee Orientation.

Emory Healthcare Inc. (EHI)
All EHI employees report to their departments for job-specific orientation on day two.

Emory Clinic (EC)
Some EC employees will attend Patient Services Orientation training; all others should report to their departments for job-specific orientation. Please consult your orientation leader for further instruction.

Emory Johns Creek Hospital (EJCH) and Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital (ESJH)
All EJCH and ESJH employees report to their departments for job-specific orientation.

Emory Specialty Associates (ESA)
ESA employees report to their departments for job-specific orientation.

Emory University Hospital (EUH), Emory University Hospital Midtown (EUHM) and Emory Wesley Woods Center (EWWC)
All non-clinical/non-nursing staff report to their departments for job-specific orientation.

Patient Services/Nursing Orientation
In addition to New Employee Orientation, nursing staff at EC, EJCH, ESJH, EUH, EUHM and EWWC must attend Patient Services Orientation, which alternates between EUH, EUHM and ESJH. Please contact your orientation facilitator for location details.

Leader Orientation
If you are a new administrator, department director or manager, you must be familiar with our philosophy, operations, policies, procedures and practices. In addition to general orientation, leader orientation is routinely conducted. Your administrator or department director is responsible for ensuring that you complete this orientation.

Becoming Acclimated
Getting used to a new work environment can be a challenge. At Emory Healthcare, we have all embarked on a journey toward providing quality care. As a new employee, be sure to explore the resources made available to you.

In addition to educational materials – such as your new hire packet – take advantage of the wealth of knowledge and experience of your co-workers. Ask your leader for a “buddy” to help you navigate the system or take part in team-building activities.