Network Administrator II (Current Employee) – Boulder, CO – June 20, 2017
Lots of pros and few cons. Major shift in leadership has made the job much better this last year. Hardest part of the job is the wide range of responsibilities, but that makes it enjoyable for me personally. Equip includes Nexus cores, lots of different access level switches, Firepower and VPNs on ASAs, WAPs and controllers, ISE, wireless bridge, patching new users but rarely fabricate, Solarwinds with lots of modules for net monitoring, and VBlock. Best part of the job is the people you work with. Pay is fair but could be better. Hours rarely go above 45 a week, and on-call compensated. Feels good to help patients, although never really work directly with them.
Flexible hours, average pay, good management, lots of upgrade projects and new clinic installs, nice group of coworkers, new building to work in, modern network equip, coffee and snacks provided, cafeteria access at two hospitals, free bus access
Not a lot of classes provided, but wide range of job responsibilities to learn from. On-call time about 1/3 of the year or more, but rarely called in (mostly called at home for support). I would recommend to my prior colleages.
Sterile Processing Technician III, Lead Tech (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – June 22, 2017
How many CEO's do you need. Management one sided. Workplace culture one of hostility. Don't agree with management , watch out. Learned that people can be very cold in management. Most enjoyable part of job was interacting with my fellow employees.
Information Technology Specialist (Current Employee) – Boulder, CO – June 20, 2017
I work in IT and these are a few of the things that I appreciate about the organization and the department: • I sincerely enjoy working at BCH and supporting the organization, the community, the caregivers and our patients. Working for a non-profit, community-based organization is rewarding. • I appreciate the opportunities to learn and grow. We are encouraged to take trainings and attend conferences. Educational accomplishments and milestones are acknowledged. • We have an awesome IT team and culture. Really talented people that are encouraged to share and learn from one another. Mistakes happen. But, when they do, our culture is to learn from the events and work to prevent them from occurring again. • I appreciate that our leadership is continually looking to celebrate what is going well while respectfully and holistically looking to “raise the bar” and remove obstacles that prevent our teams from succeeding.
Work/life balance, educational opportunities, great culture in IT
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – May 5, 2017
Wonderful place to train and learn new things at all times. ICU staff was helpful and worked very well together. The excitement of the complex diseases I cared for kept the job very rewarding. Management kept up on new procedures and information for us to learn. When moved up to Telemetry, became charge nurse, less busy with complex patients. Stayed very busy, just a different way. Took over some clerical work with QA, writing policies, teaching nurses, and participated in house wide commitees.
Best pay, night shift differential, medical, dental, and 401K
Records Analyst (Current Employee) – Boulder, CO – December 1, 2016
Great facility great people, fun and flexible work environment. The facility is independently owned so I believe they can focus more on the staff and patients that come in. A facility that cares about its patients and staff is important. They also have great benefits and a great environment, small but effective.
Acute Care Medical Language Specialist (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – November 29, 2016
Medical language specialist. Transcribed medical documents for different specialties, i.e., physical therapy, orthopedics, and general medical. I was able to run the business from home, which was a nice perk.
A dedicated hospital helping patients. Good employees.
Unit Coordinator (Former Employee) – Onocology Floor – April 7, 2016
I supported department functions and managed simultaneous demands of hospital. Arranged test, labs and screening for patients. Prioritized, multi tasked and worked independently. Ordered supplies and verified. Coordinated with the day Charge Nurse on patients arrivals and room assignments (also any special needs). The hardest part of the job was dealing with families. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing what I did made a difference in peoples lives.
A good hospital, dedicated to the needs of their patients.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Boulder, CO – February 11, 2016
The various clinics I worked for throughout Boulder Community Hospital has been a great experience for me to meet many people and to see how various clinics operate day to day. While there can be challenging patients at times, my co-workers and providers have are always great at giving one another positive support. The caring providers are more than willing to teach and share their knowledge with me. Daily laughter is a necessary part of my life and working at BCH, many laughs get shared all around, which helps to keep things light and camaraderie strong. The hardest part of the job for me is handling difficult patients and being able to separate how they are acting with understanding that their actions are usually reflecting pain they are feeling. On the flip side, the best part of the job was sharing laughs and stories with co-workers and lending a listening ear and loving smile to my patients.