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Horrible place to work
Recruiter (Current Employee), Colorado SpringsJuly 26, 2014
Pros: great people
Cons: bad culture
No clear policies or procedures in HR department. Management is discriminatory and racist. No diversity training in place. Co-workers are generally good people. Best part is the helping healthcare professionals. The worst part is no structure or support and HR is not helpful. Expected to work over-time with no extra pay.
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Mission Driven
Regional VP of Strategy and Business Development (Current Employee), Colorado Springs, COJuly 1, 2014
Pros: generous comp and benefit package
Cons: still in many ways functions like a young company
Total healthcare solution, very heavily focused on org structure and standardization right now.
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Rewarding opportunity
Nurse Aide (Former Employee), Pueblo, COJune 9, 2014
I worked for Centura as a CNA - QMAP for nearly two years at Villa Pueblo in Pueblo, Colorado. First I worked on the SNF skilled nursing facility and then the assisted living hall. Most co-workers were female and there was a team effort experienced by all.
Mostly, I worked overnight as I was attending college.

It was pretty quiet for the most part, – more... but challenging things did occur. Serving meals in the dining hall was the most enjoyable thing of all. The management was good, however, when I quit in August 2013 they had just sold the facility to "Frontline". I learned a lot in this job about passing medications and grew as a person from the experience. – less
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Quality and Production Driven Hospital Collections.
Medical Billing Supervisor/Customer Service (Former Employee), Centennial, COJune 6, 2014
Pros: grateful customers for excellent customer service.
Cons: stressful situations
A typical day at work inbound calls were around 350 depending on the day. Working around 100 emails weather that be internal customers within the revenue cycle or external customers from the hospitals or practices. Working escalated issues for example: emergency refunds, upset patient phone calls and, Supervising as many as 12 staff. Learning is a big – more... job in Health Care Customer Service, everyday is a new day and a new thing to be learned and retained. Management is supportive and ready to assist with new directions. Co-Workers are supportive and team players when the stakes are high. The hardest part of the job in Health Care Customer Service is always remembering that the customer is always right even though sometimes it is the consumers fault; you except the fault and give that back to the community. The most enjoyable part of my Job is fast/friendly, empathetic excellent Customer Service! – less
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Toxic work environment
Sr. Payroll Tech (Current Employee), DTCJune 5, 2014
It's like fighting an up hill battle every day. Unfortunately I don't have a lot of positive things to say
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DIRECTOR IS CONTRIBUTING TO DEPT TO GO DOWNHILL=STRICT RULES
payroll (Former Employee), Denver, COJune 1, 2014
Pros: it is a job
Cons: strick rules
running it like military style,,,no flexible time must clock right at 8 am and out by 4:30 not 4:31
Management was totally clueless on what went on as far as work load was concerned.
make you used pto for their mandatory offices closures.
co-workers are easy going and a great team. No hard parts about the job. coworkers felt director always controlling – more... them...from what to speak to what to wear. – less
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Always had a productive day,always busy made time for pleasure also.
Refunds Analyst (Former Employee), 188 inverness Dr West Englewood, CoMay 16, 2014
Pros: always something to do. happy enviroment, advancement opportunity.
Cons: sometimes the days were long and you missed your breaks.
My typical day,start with daily report for myself to figure high $$ accounts. Prioritize with manager, work most important first also get time frame. I would then move on to what I have prioritized moving right down the list most important first. Highest patient refunds first researching completely before issuing refund. I always keep in mind the interruptions – more... for the things that need to be taken care of right away. Making time for that little walk with a friend and lunch. All co-workers are different you have all personalities I work with them all. I have learned to enjoy the research end of the job and finding the end result. There wasn't a hard part of my job, I new it well. – less
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Used to be a good place to work then we got a new director and the whole department went down hill from then on.
Pharmacy Tech. II (Former Employee), Pueblo, COMay 12, 2014
I did learn so much working there that was a good benefit. A typical day at work would be that you are the only pharmacy tech in the hospital and you have to do everything. Managment was totally clueless on what went on as far as work load was concerned. The most enjoyable part of the job was the co-workers they were awesome.
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Great place to work
Exercise Physiologist & Cardiac Echo Tech Intern (Current Employee), Lakewood, COMay 10, 2014
Constant flow of cardiac testing, management is awesome to work with, co-workers are easy going and a great team. No hard parts about the job, the enjoyment is always there
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Supervisor of Clinic Porter Hospital
Supervior of Clinic at Porter Hospital (Former Employee), Porter Hospital Denver COMay 7, 2014
Pros: doctors and nurses are great
Cons: everything i have nothing nice to say.
Hired for supervisor of Clinic at Porter Hospital.My first couple of weeks in file room faxing ,putting charts putting them away, Porter Hospital does not have electronic medical records in they clinics everything is paper, After Centura health owning 16 hospital they should get with the future, almost everywhere they is electronic medical records even – more... in Doctors offices have them. I was not training for any supervisor functions. I did not have a office or desk which I share with my co-workers. I was sitting at front desk scheduling patients, checking them in and out collecting co-payments. If I knew this job functions I would of not took this job. I do not mind helping out but I was doing this 70 percent of the time. Then Porter has outsource billing Company which there are three or four months behind in billing claims. You have to make copies and fax, scan all the charges for each day to the billing company. Plus Provider Dications you get my e-mail makes copy pull the charts so the Doctors can sign them, then fax over to four or five Doctors put them in the charts. Then you spend half the day looking for charts running around the clinics. I was working long hours no breaks, short lunch since I was Exempt employee no over time, no compensation
My staff was horrible, very unhappy, complaining back stabbing, run to my manager for everything I said or did. Lack of communication, no respect for me. This is one of the worse places I ever had work for.
My manager was suppose to train me never happen, she said she did. I complain to HR department they were unless, no help from them, they were from my manager.I have been a manager in health field for more than 15 years and never seen short of staff, no communication,unorganzied place in my life.
My advice stay far away from this place.If there wanted a front desk person they should hire one they need it, not supervisor salary is low paying, Got pay a lot more at former employers which my manager told me I got paid very well, not true especially if you have Bachelors degree.
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June 9, 2014

great job expressing your felling and the way you were treated.

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Great atmosphere to work in
Staffing Supervisor (Former Employee), Denver, COApril 17, 2014
Pros: advancement opportunities
Cons: 24/7 12 months of the year
Great management. There is a lot of room for growth with education courses that can be taken there at the hospital. They encourage advancement
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Not a good place to work
Donor phlebotomist blood bank (Former Employee), Colorado SpringsApril 9, 2014
Pros: nothing
Poor management my supervisor at the blood bank is a joke
I got terminated for not passing a donor due to low iron.i went through all steps to rebuttle situation ...no out come aim not even
Rehiriable.penrose doesn't practice what they preach.At the blood bank you have to kiss butt to get any where!!!!!
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Supervisor (Former Employee), North denverApril 7, 2014
I work as Supervisor at Centura Health I had no training for six weeks work in file room, putting document into charts, putting charts away, faxing, making copies. I was sitting in front desk answering phones, scheduling patients, checking them into clinic, and checking them out. I was not trained for anything, I did not even training for any supervisor – more... functions. If they wanted a front desk person they should of hire one. Staff was rude, run to my boss anything I said or did . My manager set me up to fail. Any thing I suggest to make for improvement was wrong., no communication. I will never work for Centura Health again. Short staff, no breaks, short lunch breaks, long hours to work. I would stay away from this place. – less
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I was proud to serve Centura Health, a mission-driven, results-oriented organization with an innovative vision for the future.
Senior Vice President of Mission Integration (Former Employee), Englewood, CO (Denver)April 4, 2014
I would recommend this company to anyone interested in committing her/his talents and passion for improving the health of our communities in this decade of significant change in health services.
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Excellent Faith Based Healthcare Corporation
Senior HR Generalist - Health at Home (Former Employee), Denver, COMarch 15, 2014
I worked for the largest healthcare system in the State of Colorado for over 10 years. They had 14,000 lives working within acute care and long term care. It was an excellent company!
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Poor Leadership, Extremely Micromanaged
FINANCIAL SYSTEMS ANALYST (Former Employee), Centennial, COMarch 4, 2014
Pros: exempt employee, worked alone
Cons: drama, unfair promotions, micromanaged, and more drama
I spent the last 3 years exiled in a department I didn't belong in and eventually was laid off after 12 years. I was treated unfairly in many cases as a man. The entire CBO was ran by women, they frowned upon men in leadership and did everything they possibly could to keep it that way. I couldn't even get a supervisor position.
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Not a good career move.
Systems Engineer III (Former Employee), Denver, COFebruary 17, 2014
Pros: there are some very intelligent people working there.
Cons: they are not allowed to use their skills because they are not "the old guard"
The environment needs a lot of work but Management only listens to "The Old Guard". I had team members asking me repeatedly for help with removing a Tombstoned DC that had been dead for two years. Management told me not to help. I walked a Senior Team Member through a DC Demotion over IM while working on other tasks.

I started looking for another job. – more... I did not want to be in an environment where seniority takes priority over Environment Health and Teamwork.

The Systems Engineer III position being advertised is really a Systems Administrator II position.

Work life is Monitoring, Backups, and Tickets mostly involving share creations, and permissions because you won’t be allowed to fix real problems even though there are many. – less
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Great work environment
Clinical Case Manager (Former Employee), Littleton, COFebruary 3, 2014
Pros: health plan
Cons: management changes
Good support
Faith Based
Trauma hospital
Cafeteria
Great hours
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I just loved working for Centura.
Desktop Technician (Former Employee), Colorado Springs, COJanuary 20, 2014
Pros: employee discounts on lunch, pay, fun people to visit everyday
Cons: it only lasted 3 months.
Though my job was only contracted IT. So I worked for 3 months. Everything about the job I adored. The work was good, the people were great. Great experience to put down on my resume. I'm just starting off in the IT field so i was extremely greatful for the chance to work in Penrose Hospital. Management was always there to help me. My co-workers were – more... great guys. I enjoyed every bit working with Centura Health and I wish I could do it again. – less
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Laid back work enviroment, lots of learning
Lead Mcafee Contractor (Former Employee), Englewood, COJanuary 10, 2014
Pros: great cafeteria food, laid back work
Cons: contract work
overall the job was great. Learned something new everyday, people were really nice. but this was a contract. they ended us before our contract was up. thats for the low job security part.

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About Centura Health

Although Centura Health is in the Centennial State and "centur" is a big part of its name, it hasn't been around for 100 years. – Read more