Our culture is an integral part of who we are as a department.
It captures our employees’ well-being, the environment in which we work, our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, giving back, and the health of our patients and community. We view our unique culture as one of the most important keys to success in achieving our mission.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Our department strives to reflect the rich diversity of the world around us. We are proactive in creating a welcoming environment inclusive of individual views, gender identity, ethnicity, and racial background.
As part of our quadripartite mission, we are committed to the principles of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). Specifically, we aim to create and foster an environment that values and recognizes everyone’s unique attributes, and one in which all members of our department and institution feel welcomed, included, and are treated with respect.
Health & Wellness
Protecting the health and well-being of those who protect our own.
As an employee of the department and Washington University, you are a priority in everything we do. You are essential to achieving our missions of research, teaching, and patient care. WashU strives to provide a valuable employee experience – one that helps you thrive at work and outside of work.
Professional Development Programming
Professional development is an important component of personal well-being, personal satisfaction at work, and the ever-increasing effectiveness of workplace teams and individuals.
As an employee of the department, you are provided access to various workshops and programs.
Peers in Anesthesiology Supporting a Fair Environment (PIA SAFE)
A peer-based program in the department aimed to help address concerns about negative behaviors, conflicts, and microaggressions experienced by members of the department.
We are dedicated to recognizing the outstanding individuals in our department that exemplify qualities that further our goals and mission and demonstrate exemplary work and service performance.