Access frequently used employee resources here. Some sites are secure and require an authorized employee identification and password.
Provides remote access to information employees need to know about COVID-19. Login and Duo authentication are required.
Total Rewards is the package offered to us as BJC team members. It is designed to add value and to meet our needs at work and in life. It covers five distinct areas: Benefits, Career, Compensation, Recognition and Work-Life.
Log into the BJC network. This computer system, including all related equipment, networks, and network devices (specifically including Internet access), is provided only for authorized use by BJC HealthCare staff. BJC HealthCare computer systems may be monitored for all lawful purposes, including to ensure that their use is authorized, for management of the system, to facilitate protection against unauthorized access, and to verify security procedures, survivability, and operational security.
BJC is committed to improving the health and well-being of our community. In order to improve our care and service to our patients, we know we need to pay attention to the development of our staff members. The BJC Institute for Learning and Development (BILD) provides many avenues for employees to expand their knowledge, including options to grow academically.
The St. Louis Children's Hospital Child Development Centers offer onsite child care for employees of BJC HealthCare and Washington University School of Medicine. Enrollment is offered year round to meet the needs of variable working schedules. Infants and toddlers are enrolled from a waiting list. There are openings for children age two and older for immediate needs or for the fall program.
Resources and instruction to help communicate effectively and with sensitivity with patients, mental health clients and the community — as well as to help take care of our own needs.
Log in to our secure server to check your Outlook email account.
Access BJCRx and pharmacy benefit information. View BJC pharmacy locations throughout Missouri and Illinois.
BJC team members who experience a financial emergency can apply for relief from a new system-wide fund. Full-time BJC employees are eligible for a grant of up to $1,000 and part-time employees are eligible for up to $500 in assistance. Team members who are on furlough also qualify and can apply based on their regular employed status. The fund is designed to offer one-time aid, so each employee is eligible for only one award per year.
The above link is for Follow-Me Desktop for INTERNAL users, as the link for EXTERNAL users is different.
The above link is for Follow-Me Desktop for EXTERNAL users, as the link for INTERNAL users is different.
The BJC Government Relations team plays an active role in Washington, D.C. as well as in the Missouri and Illinois state capitols. Their site discusses the key issues that are relevant to BJC in Missouri, Illinois and Washington, DC. It can help you identify your legislators on both the state and federal levels and where to go for more information.
Employee and manager self-service options are available outside the BJC network (Duo required-see FAQs). For full features, including expense reports and administrative access, please use this link inside the BJC network.
(Current BJC HealthCare Employees: To apply for a position log in to myBJCnet and click on myCareer to search and apply for current job opportunities.)
BJC Information Security
All BJC HealthCare hospitals and health service organizations (HSOs) operating in Illinois align with the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act for the collection, use, safeguarding, storage, retention, and destruction of biometric information. Read the policy excerpt.
THRIVE seeks to help all team members thrive — emotionally, physically and socially. Learn more about the variety of well-being opportunities available to BJC team members.
Log in to view your myTime information.