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772.287.5200
200 SE Hospital Ave.
P.O. Box 9010, Stuart, FL 34995

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Orientation Checklist

CheckList- Make sure you are ready for Monday of General Orientation!

All offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of the pre-employment process and below is an outline of the steps required to complete the process.

STEP 1 – Immediately contact our Occupational Health Department at 772-223-4960 to schedule your pre-employment visits. Occupational Health is located in the Ocean East Plaza at 2384A East Ocean Boulevard in Stuart (directions attached).

STEP 2 - Please COMPLETE AND PRINT the Orientation Self Study questionnaire using the provided Study Guide (do not print) and bring it with you to the Career Center according to STEP 4 below. This questionnaire must be completed before you can start work.

STEP 3 - 1st pre-employment visit (approx. 1 hour) Occupational Health visit. You will receive a drug test, TB test and any other pre-employment testing that is associated with your new job.

STEP 4 - 2nd pre-employment visit (approx. 30-45 minutes) will be at the Career Center in the North Hospital 200 Hospital Ave. and will occur 2 days after your 1st visit. Enter through the main lobby and let Security Officer know you are reporting to the Career Center. Be prepared to present the following documentation:

  • Orientation Self Study Questionnaire (attached)
  • Driver’s License and Social Security Card (no copies/must be original)
  • Other employment eligibility documents as required by Form I-9.
  • Professional Licenses and Certifications (no copies/must be original) as required by your job description.
  • Proof of BLS (required), ACLS and/or PALS.
  • Be prepared to take an initial medical surgical and basic EKG assessment


**Please note the ONLY acceptable BLS Certifications are- American Red Cross – CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer or American Heart Association - Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider.

STEP 5 – Begin Orientation on Monday at 8 a.m. This will be followed by initial clinical orientation starting on Tuesday thru Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. During this time you may wear any color scrubs. You will be given instructions at this time on what the uniform requirements will be going forward.

We are excited that you have chosen to join Martin Health System and wish you the best for what we hope to be a long, rewarding career.

Sincerely,
Debbie Perez
Corporate Director, Workforce Planning & Compensation Martin Health System


General Orientation Survey

Clinical Orientation Survey