There are no words strong enough to describe how much we appreciate the work of our veterans in this country. As members of the healthcare profession, we intimately understand the desire to protect and serve those in our community, but the devotion to this vocation that our veterans have is unparalleled and we couldn’t be more grateful. That is why, although we cannot put our appreciation into words, we aim to put it into action by offering amazing employment opportunities to veterans with benefits that start day one. 


Veterans at BILH
We value our veteran staff members and aim to provide them with a career path where they can grow and an environment where they are supported. Here are some of their stories.

Christina, Advanced Practice Recruiter, spent four years in the Navy before she joined us at BILH. Not only was she searching for a career, but she wanted to be a part of a team again and she found that bonded and caring environment at BILH. She also found growth at BILH as she noted, “My supervisors saw potential in me that I did not know I possessed. When they saw courses that were being offered within BILH they would offer me the opportunity to partake to enhance my skills.” Through her 11 years at BILH, she has truly found herself, and she invites other veterans to do the same!

David served in the Navy from 1983 to 2006, serving in active duty from 1992 - 1996 at Oakland Naval Hospital. David has been in many different environments, but notes the unbridled support of BILH as he said “I stayed in the reserves and Lahey was very supportive when I was called to active duty for six months in 2003 at the beginning of the Iraq War/Operation Iraqi Freedom.” 
If you or someone you know is a veteran interested in joining the healthcare industry, learn more and apply online today.

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It is the policy of Lahey to provide equal employment opportunity to all persons regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, handicap (disability), marital status, pregnancy, pregnancy-related conditions, active military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by applicable law.

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