Living our Mission, Vision, and Values
The mission of Henry County Medical Center is to provide the highest quality, affordable healthcare services and education to the citizens of Henry County and the adjoining counties, helping to improve the quality of health in the region.
Transforming our community’s health through nationally recognized, accessible and sustainable healthcare.
- Patient-Centered Care
Download our Standards of Behavior.
✔ Health Insurance
– Base plan- lower deductible
– Premium plan – F.S.A. account
✔ Flexible Spending Account – 2020 F.S.A. Flyer
✔ DCA (Dependent Care Account)
✔ Dental Insurance – Coverage Information
✔ Vision Insurance – Coverage Information
✔ Term Life and AD&D Insurance
✔ Short Term Disability – no cost to partner
✔ Long Term Disability – option to buy up to 60% more
✔ Paid Time Off (PTO) – accrued per pay period based on hours worked
up to 80 hours
✔ Retirement – Tennessee Consolidated Retirement System – Eligible after 6 months of full time employment. Partner contributes 5% of salary. HCMC matches contribution.
✔ Tuition Reimbursement Assistance
✔ Tuition Assistance with School Loans
✔ Gain Sharing Program – Bonus payment for customer service goals met annually
✔ Partner Assistance Program (EAP) – Carey Counseling
✔ Discounts in cafeteria – payroll deduction for purchases
✔ Credit Union Membership available
✔ Verizon Wireless- 19% employee discount
✔ Air Evac membership
Download our Orientation Day Insurance Checklist.
HCMC offers a variety of voluntary benefits to our partners at little to no direct cost.
What are voluntary benefits?
Sometimes called supplemental insurance or employee-paid benefits, voluntary benefits are offered by the employer through the workplace where employees can choose to buy them in addition to the core employee benefits they may get as part of a benefits package.
Payment options are typically flexible. To suit their budget, companies can choose whether voluntary employee benefits are:
- Fully employee-funded
- Part-funded by both employee and employer
Four critical life needs that voluntary benefits fulfill:
- Health – typically helping employee well-being, while minimizing health risk at a reasonable cost
- Wealth/Lifestyle accumulation – protecting income and assets
- Security – protecting our survivors, vulnerable people or even people’s identities
- Personal – products that cover what’s important to the individual interests and needs of the person