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A clear leadership path for our distinguished faculty.

We value the expertise, leadership, and talent of our faculty and never forget the critical role they play in the development of our preeminent residency programs. That’s why we strive to nurture growth and advancement at every step of their career path. 

Holistic resources for faculty

Continuing faculty development 
We’ll offer programs that inspire research, guide innovation, and provide continuing faculty development opportunities. These programs include seminars, continuing medical education, peer coaching, and more.  

Faculty advancement 
Policies will provide transparent and clear criteria to help faculty strive toward and achieve career goals.

Faculty wellness  
You will participate in dedicated offerings for faculty and residents including wellness workshops, retreats, and resources available to help achieve a mind, body, and spirit balance and avoid or address burnout.

Research support program 
Dignity Health and CommonSpirit Health offer opportunities to incubate, sponsor, and fund critical research projects.

Peer coaching 
Our peer coaching program trains faculty who want to help their peers through important career challenges, transitions, milestones, and opportunities. 

Inclusion, diversity, and humankindness

Beyond accolades, policies, and awards lies a critical element in nurturing and rewarding faculty: a culture steeped in compassion, inclusion, and collaboration. 

At Dignity Health East Valley, we believe that the more diverse we are, the more innovative and collaborative we will be. We uphold and advance these values with training initiatives designed to ensure that faculty, residents, and staff understand multicultural issues that face communities today.

Our faculty reflects Dignity Health culture.

Dignity Health East Valley is an uncommon health care leader.

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Dignity Health is proud to welcome the next generation of residents to our four inaugural residency programs in metro Phoenix’s East Valley.