Medical Plans

Memorial Hermann offers two medical plans, the Memorial Hermann Care Plan and the Catastrophic Plan. A pharmacy plan is included with medical coverage. Both plans offer in-network only coverage.
  • Memorial Hermann Care Plan – designed with comprehensive coverage and a deductible. This plan offers comprehensive health coverage from two provider tiers, the MH Preferred tier and the Basic tier. Employees can choose between either tier for care and have the flexibility to move between tiers throughout the year based on need.
    • MH Preferred – lower copays than the Basic tier. After copays and deductibles are met, Memorial Hermann pays the rest.
    • Basic – has higher out-of-pocket costs than the MH Preferred tier.
  • Catastrophic Plan – designed to cover serious illness and injury. Full- and part-time employees can elect any coverage level. Supplemental employees can elect employee only or employee + child(ren) coverage.
  • Medical Plan Premiums for both plans are based on your base pay rate.

Pharmacy Plan

  • Same for both medical plans; costs will be based, in part, on the types of drugs purchased and where they are bought.

Two Dental Plans

  • Dental PPO – designed with the choice of a broader network.
  • Dental HMO – designed to encourage regular visits with lower copays.

Vision Plan

  • Provides coverage, including eye exams, prescription lenses, eyeglass frames, contact lenses and more.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

  • Provides various counseling programs such as financial, substance abuse, personal and marriage counseling.

Retirement Savings Plans

  • On your first day of employment, you are eligible to contribute to Memorial Hermann's 403(b)/401(k) retirement plans and Memorial Hermann will match your contribution dollar for dollar up to 6%. A vesting schedule applies.

Career & Development Programs

  • Certification reimbursement.
  • Tuition reimbursement, as well as education planning and advice.
  • Student Loan Repayment for degrees earned in the last five years.

Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)

  • Healthcare FSA – allows you to contribute pre-tax dollars to cover eligible healthcare expenses.
  • Dependent Care FSA – allows you to contribute pre-tax dollars to cover eligible dependent care expenses.

Short-Term Disability Plans

  • Employee-Paid Plan – you have the option to purchase short-term disability coverage until you become eligible for the employer - paid plan.
  • Employer-Paid Plan – pays up to 60% of base salary while you are on an extended illness leave after one year of service with Memorial Hermann.

Long-Term Disability Plan

  • Employer – paid plan that pays up to 50% of your base salary with the option to purchase an additional 10% of pay benefit.

Basic and Supplemental Life Insurance Plans

  • Employer – paid coverage that provides one times your annual salary, as well as the option to purchase life insurance for your spouse and child.

Accidental Death & Dismemberment Plan

  • Purchase insurance that pays a benefit in the event you or a covered dependent suffer accidental injuries that result in death or dismemberment.

Adoption Assistance

  • Provides up to $5,000 to defray the cost of adopting a child.

Employee Discount Spot

  • Employee discounts on a broad range of products and services.

Bright Horizons Benefits

  • Back-up Care – provides caregiving solutions when your regular care is unavailable. Program consists of emergency care and scheduled care for children, teens, adults and elderly family members.
  • Additional Family Supports – connects you with resources for ongoing care for children, elderly and pets and with providers for tutoring and test prep.
  • College Coach – provides impartial insight from former admissions and financial aid officers. Free resources include live events, personalized assistance and more!

Additional Benefits

  • Auto and Home Insurance
  • Critical Illness Plan
  • Group Accident Plan
  • Pet Insurance
  • Prepaid Legal Plan

Time Off Programs

  • Paid Time Off (accrual begins after completion of first day of employment)
  • Designated Holidays (7)
  • Personal Holidays (2)
  • Spiritual Holiday (1)
  • Jury Duty
  • Bereavement
  • Family & Medical Leave
  • Extended Medical Leave (non-Family & Medical Leave)
  • Unpaid Excused Leave

What Our Employees Say

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"A big part of growing up is learning how to be selfless and advocating for people, pretty much like the Memorial Herman core values. It's been ingrained in my mom's teaching to me, and that's what we always try to show to those we serve."
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Brittany B., Heart & Vascular RN
"My motivation comes not only from my patient outcomes, but the success of my team as a whole."
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Lorem Ipsum Dora G., Telemetry RN "I chose Memorial Herman because it was the hospital I grew up visiting, and is the same hospital that allowed me to complete my nursing clinicals. I felt that Memorial Hermann went the extra mile to ensure that we had the best learning opportunities, and I truly believe that they select their employees carefully in order to create an environment that supports career growth."
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"Preceptors in the Nurse Residency Program really demonstrated how to function as a nurse. The program gave us a person to shadow, modeled how to be a professional nurse and weren't just like 'okay you got this' a it's a lot of hand holding and then letting you go when you're ready."
Lorem Ipsum Magdalena A., OR RN  "At Memorial Hermann, I can set and reach my own goals, whatever they may be. There are plenty of opportunities for nurses to further their education or skill set in whatever direction they choose. There's something for everyone."


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Henry Rutherford "Hank" Hill

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