Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

The Sinai Chicago’s cultural model "Living the Values" supports creating a more inclusive culture that directly impacts our caregivers, patients, and our community.


At Sinai Chicago, diversity is a key component that drives the purpose of the organization. We are privileged to have a culturally-rich and diverse workforce and we are honored to serve, support, and provide services to a diverse community. With a diversity representation of >75%, it is clear that we respect and value the cultural differences among one another and we use that to leverage our effectiveness and organizational success.

Our Definition of Diversity

At Sinai Chicago, diversity is an all-inclusive concept. It includes differences among race, gender, age, national origin, ethnicity, disability, religion, culture, socio-economic status, sexual orientation and any other attributes that truly represent an individual or group. We understand that diversity is not only the obvious differences but the less apparent ones as well. Individual lifestyles, work/life balance, interpersonal styles, life experiences, talents, and creative passions are all factors that contribute to a person’s culture or identity.

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

As one of our brand actions, we embrace diversity and benefit from the diversity of possibilities it fosters. We are committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive environment in all of our decisions to ensure the best outcome for all stakeholders involved. We hold our leaders accountable for cultivating a workplace that respects, supports, and appreciates the uniqueness of all caregivers.

  • Actively seeking ways to honor the diverse needs of our patients, families, visitors, customers, and communities we serve.
  • Collectively delivering a wide range of high-quality services, as well as a large number of community-based health, research, and social service programs.
  • Creating learning opportunities for all caregivers to be culturally competent and equipped with additional knowledge and skills to better serve our patients.
  • Intentionally recognizing and celebrating the traditions and customs of our patients, caregivers, families, and communities.
  • Demonstrating by example the Sinai Chicago values (Integrity, Quality, Respect, Safety, and Teamwork) to cultivate a shared pride in the work that we do.
  • Recruiting a wide range of talents into the organization to foster an innovative and creative workforce.
  • Investing in our caregivers by supporting their professional development and personal goals.
  • Committing to a zero tolerance policy for discrimination, harassment, and violence throughout Sinai Chicago.

Caregiver Resource Groups (CRGs)

Sinai Chicago is supporting the formation of Caregiver Resource Groups (CRGs). These are volunteer-led organizations with a focus on the various diversity dimensions within Sinai Chicago. In alignment to Sinai Chicago's cultural model "Living the Values", the CRGs goals are to:

  • Create an opportunity for caregivers to come together to act as a resource for both the members and Sinai Chicago.
  • Provide caregivers with a voice regarding Sinai Chicago services, policies, and processes.
  • Increase overall awareness around cultural competency and inclusion.
  • Support Sinai Chicago's reputation by being connected to and active in the community.

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