Corporate (Current Employee) – Colorado – March 20, 2017
I've worked for and with some excellent people. They do promote from within, which is excellent. The job is demanding, and the work/life balance leaves much to be desired. Always a respectable and collaborative work environment.
Hospital Paramedic (Current Employee) – Louisville, CO – March 11, 2017
I have enjoyed this employment, great place and semi-busy place to work, the Doctors are easy to work with as well as the nurses. Management is approachable and listens to suggestions as well as eager to make things better
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Castle Rock, CO – February 28, 2017
A very tense atmosphere when they brought in a new CEO. It does not matter how hard you work or how good of a job you do, if the CEO wants to get rid of you, he can do it and lie on your performance eval. It was the worst job I ever had because of the new CEO.
Worked with Indian health insurance billed and also follow up
IHS Billing Specialist (Former Employee) – Centennial, CO – February 21, 2017
Worked billling and printing UB-04 claims to mail to IHS and attach EOB's if needed and also itemize statements. Worked on ATB report to past due accounts. Checking in status of claims and following up if claim has been processed or Paid.
Relaxed work environment, but not always set up to succeed
IT Application Analyst (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – February 1, 2017
It did not take long to realize the IT Analysts are often asked to keep the ship afloat while administration drills holes in the bottom of it. You get used to it, or you quit. They recently hired a whole bunch of new analysts as they transition from Meditech's EMR to Epic. Many of those analysts didn't make it. Many who remain are in way over their head. Focus on doing your job well and hope for a good supervisor/manager. That would be someone who will listen to you when you explain the real problems and who is not afraid to be heard by upper management. Each of my supervisors has fit this description. If you stay on one system for a while it's not that hard to develop a plan that works. Be prepared to have a WORKING relationship with medical professionals who don't know how to power cycle a router. If you can let them know that you are listening to them, they will love you. If you cannot they will make your life very difficult. Management is not afraid to make terrible bold decisions with incomplete information and expect you will cover their butts. I'm sure that happens in a lot of large companies though.
CNA (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – January 23, 2017
We all work well together as a team. We turn over rooms, get instruments or supplies for cases, stock rooms. We communicate well with each other. Most enjoyable is seeing the different surgeries that take place.
Financial Counselor-SCFM (Former Employee) – Pueblo, CO – January 17, 2017
Wonderful staff and management overall. Coworkers work together and some of the patients were overall wonderful and became like family. Hardest part of this job was not being able to help everyone out because of the budget set forth.
Environmental Service Technician (Former Employee) – Pueblo, CO – January 3, 2017
The co-workers are all back stabbing liars. The supervisors are so into their own lives that they never check on you or care about you. One supervisor is so young and lacks any kind of leadership skills. There is no chance for advancement unless you know the right people. One of the worst experience I have had!
Business Support III, Surgery Scheduler/Biller (Former Employee) – Lakewood, CO – January 2, 2017
Patients are just a number not treated like real human beings, even worse when you're an employee, especially if you work directly under a physician. The working environment is vicious and very dog-eat-dog. Sexism is alive and well as well as unfair treatment among the nursing staff and lower level nursing staff. Communication is non-existent and internal promotion is based on favoritism instead of job competency.
Ability to help others, save lives
Poor compensation for work performed, sexist environment, terrible management
staff (Current Employee) – denver – December 23, 2016
EPIC initiation was thought to have been excellent by management. Truth is, poor trainers, poor i niation. Staff is afrid to ask questions and when asked the trainers know so little it is fearful for those of us who have providing patient care for more than 10 years. This organization needs help.
Server (Former Employee) – Castle Rock, CO – December 5, 2016
If you want cheap fast food this is the place. But the stocks are made from paste, we buy gelato instead of making it and alot of the food sits out or in the open. Its an ok kitchen with very cheap food. The grab and go section has some overpriced items but I it goes to charity so thats good. Its worth a try but I would eat at other places.
Also you are allow to have 3 no call no shows before they fire you. It a place that doesnt take attendance serious.
Job Work/Life Balance
SUPERVISOR SPECIALTY CLINICS/PHYSICIAN SVCS (Current Employee) – Durango, CO – December 3, 2016
I have loved working for Centura and value the relationships and experiences from working there. Had I an option, I would transfer to a Centura organization in California. Wonderful systems, policies, support and philosophies!! Will miss them!!
Business Support IV (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – December 1, 2016
Centura Health pulls employees in with pay and benefits but is a toxic atmosphere. A lot of Directors talk down to you making you feel unimportant. HR is pretty much non-existent, employees think they have someone to bring concerns to but in reality managers and directors are friends with HR staff. Centura is bad at handling their money making cutbacks with employees while continuing to hire Directors making as high as $70.00 dollars an hour.
Pay & Benefis
Directors don't care about employees they are self centered
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Littleton, CO – November 30, 2016
The environment is very tense. The management is poor and the moral is low. People call in with no consequences even when the manager and everyone else knows where that nurse is. Not a good work environment.