INTEGRIS Health Careers: Fraud Notice

IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO CANDIDATES: Recently, there have been instances of fraudulent interview opportunities, and job offers misrepresenting INTEGRIS Health. Individuals have been offered fake interview opportunities and even job offers with our health system.

We take this matter seriously and are working closely with the appropriate authorities to effectively address the issue. By making you aware of this, we hope to avoid and ultimately prevent unsuspecting individuals from falling victim to these scams.

The following are common signs of a "job scam":

  • You are asked to meet for an interview in an obscure location, someplace other than an official INTEGRIS Health location.
  • The person you are meeting with requests that you hand over personal articles (i.e., keys, purses, cell phone, etc.) to be stored in a safe and secure locker.
  • You are asked to pay a fee or provide your credit card/bank account information when submitting your resume/application.
  • You receive communication from a recruiter with an email address from a free web-based service (e.g., as opposed to from a company email account.
  • You receive an email from a recruiter whose contact information is not provided.