Culture and Values at Cedars-Sinai
As a healthcare professional at Cedars-Sinai, you'll find a culture that values education and supports your personal and professional growth. Our learning programs, tuition reimbursement and performance-improvement projects give our employees the chance to achieve additional certifications and degrees while working with us and gaining the knowledge and experience they need to grow.
We also believe in giving all of our employees a voice. Through our shared governance model, we ensure that your voice is heard. Our unit practice councils include our MD-RN committee and enable our nursing staff, physicians and management to work together to improve quality, service and overall performance. Our inclusive and collaborative culture is a driving force behind the outstanding care we provide and our successful patient outcomes.
Every patient is different, and so are our employees.
At Cedars-Sinai we celebrate our differences.
Each of us brings something different to our work - differences in who we are, what we've experienced, and how we think. We use our differences to make us better caregivers, researchers and support staff. The one thing we all share is a passion for improving the health of the Los Angeles community and beyond.Join us and bring your differences to Cedars-Sinai.
Using Low-Dose Irradiation, Researchers Can Now Edit Human Genes
For the first time, researchers have employed a gene-editing technique involving low-dose irradiation to edit the genome of patient stem cells, according to a study published in the journal Stem Cells Translational Medicine. This method, developed by researchers in the Cedars-Sinai Board of Governors Regenerative Medicine Institute, is 10 times more effective than techniques currently in use.
New Technology Helping Our Smallest Infants Progress Faster
Several new technologies being used in the Cedars-Sinai Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, part of the Maxine Dunitz Children's Health Center, are helping our smallest babies with more rapid and healthier weight gain.
Budding Scientists Do Hands-on Lab Work as Part of Summer Research Week
Twenty-one Los Angeles high school students will be coming to Cedars-Sinai the week of July 20 to participate in hands-on stem cell research and to get a jump-start on potential careers in scientific research.