Diversity and inclusion is part of who we are at Mercy. The historic foundation that’s been laid allows us to extend our efforts to attract, retain, develop, empower and engage a highly talented diverse workforce that is patient-centric. Catherine McAuley began her ministry with the assistance of those who came from backgrounds different from her own. The tradition of co-worker diversity that started in the House of Mercy on Baggot Street continues with us today.
With a strong culture that promotes “Dignity for All” and innovation, Mercy supports diversity, through inclusion and celebration of how we bring together our unique talents for the common good of getting healthcare right. The world today is more diverse than ever, and cultivating our distinct culture, rich with ideas and perspectives, is a differentiating aspect for the success of our Ministry.