I was an internal hire, so my interview wasn't really formal.
Answered - Patient Service Call Center Representative (Former Employee) - Solon, OH
My 1st interview was done by 3 Supervisors. This is very intense and can be unsettling. I was asked a lot about Excel and Remote Access. My choice for schedule at the time was days only and therefore took about 2 months to actually start working.
Answered - ITD Service Desk Specialist (Current Employee) - Beachwood, OH
Been a very long time ago!! But was very professional.
Answered - Patient Financial Service Representative (Former Employee) - Akron, OH
Tends to take a long time.
Answered - Therapist (Current Employee) - Cleveland, OH
Answered - Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - Willoughby, OH
It was not a hard process.
Answered - patient food service (Former Employee) - Cleveland, OH
Years ago I went to interview for a position. The interviewer then said to me that I was overqualified for the job & she would not hire me since I would not stay, and she'd have to go thru the process again. A waste of time for me.
The interview process once you get the interview is pretty easy. The difficult part of getting in with the clinic is sometimes having to submit more then one time for a job.
Answered - Call Center Representative (Current Employee) - Solon, OH
I first got interviewed over the phone by HR, then went in to meet with the nurse manager by herself.
Answered - Surgical Technologist (Former Employee) - Cleveland, OH
It was straight to the point
Answered - PCNA, Clinical Technician, Account Rep 3 (Former Employee) - Cleveland, OH