Office Manager (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 13, 2017
Due to Aria being merged with Jefferson it became a very stressful environment, the employee not knowing who would be terminated at any given time. There were multiple changes being made and departments and practices being combined in order to make the bottom line more profitable.
Nurse (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 28, 2017
I work at the Frankford campus and the staff is TOP NOTCH compared to the other campuses. Very friendly and willing to help- the other campuses were great too but the difference in the staff is huge, especially considering the dangerous neighborhood it is in
Patient Access Rep (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 23, 2017
When I first started I really enjoyed working for the company, now that the company is merging with Jefferson it has become a horrible place to work. My manager is rude and offensive, everyone is scared they are getting fired and the morale is at an all time low. I used to recommend my department to others now I don’t even want people to know I work here.
Stressful , unorganized, too much favoritism. Worst job I've ever had
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 2, 2017
It's too many morning shift workers who don't do their job.. management sucks terribly.. too much favoritism.. understaffed.. most of the workers who are full time are extremely LAZY. I've never worked at a place where the workers don't wanna work but wanna pass the work on to the next shift and you are responsible for their work that they leave and your work that occurs during your shift I could go on and on about this hospital.. I'll just say this is not a place of business anyone would want to work.. especially part time the pay sucks and it's too much work for a little pay and barely no benefits !
CNA (Current Employee) – Torresdale Campus – June 10, 2017
It's Work. It Can Be Easy Sometimes & It Can Be Rough But You Will Get Paid And Your Check Never Messed Up. I have experience in every area because of this hospital and the people who come through the ER.
You get to use your ID to eat lunch and it's deducted from your check
Patient Acccess Representative (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 24, 2017
Always a busy center with high patient volume. Unfortunately there is a low of paperwork required to be completed by patients and some patients have complained or it is if difficult to comply due to age or physical limitations which can present a challenge. I feel that staffing is an issue due to the consistent high volume and inability to hire additional staff.
DEPARTMENT SECRETARY - Medical Administration (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 1, 2016
Aria is a nice place to work. I've learned a lot of medical terminology there. My co-workers have always been great, no matter what department. There is always something going on every month. They just merged with Jefferson and it's a new and exciting time.
Registered Nurse (RN) (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 9, 2016
Since 2008 when someone leaves they're rarely replaced, so their workload is given to others with no extra compensation. And it tends to be only the best employees who rise up and take it on, so they become too valuable where they are and get the run around when applying for an internal job change. I was one of them and eventually left over it. Most of management is very good and nice, but someone with no experience or management education was promoted to manager where I worked - it's only been a year and a quarter of the staff has left, 'nuff said. Besides being a personal friend of management, was probably easy on the budget with zero experience. Oh, because of ongoing budget issues, things like blankets and stationary are scarce, even an important supply job an RN used to do was given to a stockroom guy who has no clue. Pay is good. Staff is good. Benefits very good. Ever declining budget not good.