Service Desk Level 1 Support for Mercy Hospitals (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – September 24, 2013
I worked as Support for Helpdesk Level 1 with the intention of being there a long time and advancing within the company. I performed above expactations- while they expected 40 calls handled in a day, I would easily answer at least 55. I was fired after 3 weeks without any explanation, or prior notice of any infractions or having spoken with any managers about misconduct or failure to meet expectations.
MSIC processer and scanning specialist (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – February 22, 2016
I like the work I did it was very productive and exciting to do. I learned alot about how the hospitals and vendors opperate. I was on a time basis to complete work that was needed for production and I liked the challenge. My co-workers where all eager and willing to join in when needed which made the job fun and productive.
Desktop Support Technician (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 24, 2015
Performed troubleshooting, problem solving, problem replication and system testing in a test lab environment. Carried out exchange, replacement and upgrade of various hardware components; restored system configurations to company default settings; installed various software applications and performed initial system configurations to company’s specifications. Protected data from failures and other errors by storing backup and disaster-recovery data.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Toledo, OH – March 27, 2015
I found my time there to be challenging and rewarding. I learned a great deal about the occupational health department and what services they offer. I learned new things every day I worked and found my co-workers to be both friendly and approachable if I had any questions. Precision and attention to detail were very important and I learned how fast paced a department office moved at.
Resolution Specialist (Current Employee) – cincinnati – February 23, 2015
The resolution specialist role is a fast past high demand position that require at least 10 to 15 hours overtime per week. the most difficult part of the role is the demanding hours. the position do not offer a equal balance between work and life. The resolution specialist role has a department of 2 that supports the 15th largest health network in the nation .n Then most enjoyable part of the position is you have the opportunity to work with many different people and resolve complex issues
Director (Former Employee) – OH – January 12, 2015
The organization has great plans, but falls short on execution. Located at several locations in Ohio the organization yields many locations to work. Unfortunately it is difficult to climb the corporate ladder.
Security User Provisioning Analyst (Current Employee) – Toledo, OH – December 30, 2013
This is a good company, but not much room for advancement. I have learned a lot about Information Security and the importance of giving the proper access to the proper people. The management is not sure what I do everyday, my job was moved to this team a year ago, and my boss just hasn't grasped my functions and what I do. My Co-Workers are nice and hardworking. the hardest part of my job is coming in and doing the same thing everyday, with no real "Mix up".
good wage and benefits
not organized at all. boss doesn't know my job or what i do everyday.
As clinical informaticist I was involved in the implementation of a new electronic medical record system. Teaching staff and staff support of the electronic medical record system as well as other applications used in the 24 hospitals that are served by Catholic Health Partners. Support was done at the elbow of the end-users (employees) and via telephone. Co-workers were very knowledgeable and helpful. On-call could be difficult at time but I mostly enjoyed by job as I was learning every day.
Office (Former Employee) – Toledo, OH – April 17, 2013
This is a terrible place to work. Management structure is ever changing and they don't communicate projected changes within the clinics. HR department is really bad and are never available to help when it is needed. If they don't like you or feel threatened that you may expose them, they will find a way to get rid of you. They allow and cover up insurance fraud, provider misconduct, and use office funds to pay for lobster dinners. They are "chasing after" Promedica by hiring their flunkies.
pharmacist (Current Employee) – Lorain – August 30, 2013
Great co-workers but management is terrible'. "Good-old boy" network that cuts to the bone, but pays themselves more than the 3x the local competitors CEO's salary. Employees are taken advantage of and overworked.
many employees truly practice faith based care
mediocre benefits, no future advancement, unappreciated employees
Participated in ambulatory go-live Command center support Provide troubleshooting solutions via the phone Instruct/teach in the execution of workflow Investigate and resolve end user log in issues Assists with the creation of training documentation
My core group, Data Management, was productive, supportive, hardworking, fun to be part of. We helped define the definition of teamwork.
Business Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Springfield, OH – May 20, 2013
CHP separated each area by what they called "towers".
Our Data Integrity tower had great leadership from top to bottom. Those at the top even stopped by to say Hi when they were in town. Your hard work was respected all the way up the ladder.
I was in the Data Management group. We meet daily to discuss issues, progress, and upcoming events. If you needed assistance, someone within the group was willing to lend a hand or point you in the right direction of someone that could help.
I was part of three teams. STAR SQL Report Writer, Boston Workstation Scripts and File Transfer.
The hardest part of the job was late hours and some weekends. The best part of the job was working those hours with people that cared.
my data management group.
the springfield working environment. when we transitioned to corporate, coworkers (friends) seemed to forgot who you were. a friend. a teammate.
ct tech (Former Employee) – Rookwoos – June 30, 2014
I am a former employee and I can tell you one thing, this is the worst place to work at that I have ever experience in my 25 years in the medical field. The supervisor was unfair and downright mean. She had favorites, and was very judgmental without evaluated the worker when it can to what skills that had in xray. I submitted my resignation and then because the boss was upset I turned my notice in, she banned me from this network for 5 years! I was their for 6 months with no evaluations. I thought this trial period was to see if the employee liked Rookwood, but apparently I was wrong. I was supposed to work after I turned in my notice at another Mercy Network, and this boss banned me. I was left with no job, and had to scramble to find work. Please do not work here!!!!!They play favorites and do not go on what skill level you have to offer. You have to butter up to the superiors especially in xray. Check the record. The CT techs have come and go here. Left for the same reasons. I will never forgive what was done to me, and should have really got legal help.
nothing believe me but heartache
stress, leaving work with a upset stomach, xray management playing faviorites, boss never giving evaluations, judgemental xray boss