Health Unit Coordinator (Current Employee), Cveland, OH – July 29, 2013
Communicate and facilitate communication with patients, families, other departments and health care team members regarding patient care. Assist with processing patient admissions, transfers and discharges. Assemble and maintain patient medical records and other documents related to patient care. Assist with unit clerical functions as needed.
management needs to focus on needs of all people within the organization, not just themselves
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee), cleveland ohio – December 17, 2013
Pros: good benefits, tuition reimbursement
Cons: poor management
The Cleveland Clinic has often been termed too big to be that good.
The average day of work is laden with a get thrown into the ocean and see if you sink or swim environment with needed information and training to adequately perform a job to undisclosed standards until standards are broken, or made up by who ever feels they should have a say.
I learned – more... to screen what position you look for, and determine what the health of the culture is first, before committing to something you may regret.
There are good people that work at the clinic, and bad. It would be nice to see more good people in management. My experience was limited to one location, so I can't speak to the clinic as a whole. – less
Great place to work, excellent experience for anyone who wants to be in the heath industry
Clinical Experience (Former Employee), Cleveland, OH – December 13, 2013
Pros: excellent experience and many opportunities
Great place to work! I worked as a student at the Clinic and I had great nurses that would explain the procedures to me in a very detailed way , so that I would understand. All the nurses were all very helpful.
Nurse Assistant (Current Employee), Cleveland, OH – December 10, 2013
Working for the cleveland clinic is totally different then working for any other company it has its own unique way of doing everything, however it is a fun place to work you meet alot of people and get see lots of different cultures. Working for the clinic can be hard at times it is challenging but the best part of my job is knowing that I made a difference – more... in someone else's life and potentially being able to help that person in many different ways. – less
Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Cleveland, Ohio – November 22, 2013
I worked on the transplant unit. The job was difficult, often emotional and with a patient population that you got to know very well due to frequent admissions, with all the difficulties that come with people who know the system sometimes even better than you do. However, my management staff was extremely understanding, promoted advancement and education, – more... and instilled a sense of all the nurses being a "team." This is rather rare in the places I have seen, and my choice to pursue other employment is purely personal. – less
REGISTERED NURSE (Current Employee), Cleveland, OH – November 19, 2013
Pros: good experience, education assistance
Cons: poor work environment, lack of concern for employees
The Cleveland Clinic is a good place for new nurses to get experience. It is a challenging place to work. However, as a nurse with more experience, I feel that I must move on. The job is extremely stressful, and the management team does little to alleviate the immense stress. Nurses are not treated as valuable members of the healthcare team. They are – more... not treated as the professionals that they are – less
Hospitality Services (Former Employee), Mayfield Heights, OH – November 19, 2013
nothing to tell about working there. I was young when i worked there. Of course the people in my department became a family to me. Management could have been better in how in helping people and could have helped with advancement.
Pro Fee Coder (Former Employee), Cleveland, OH – November 15, 2013
Pros: was able to volunteer as interpreter
Cons: changed supervisors often.
Great place to work independently. First job as coder and my supervisor was editing my work in a very productive manner. Volunteered as interpreter for non English speaking patients which was very gratifying and added a lot to my experience. Worked as concurrent care coder which meant that I was on many different floors and met a lot of the physicians – more... at which time I was able to discuss their coding practices with them. – less
Patient Care Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Cleveland, OH – November 11, 2013
Pros: pay benefits
this place eats there young. unless a manager likes you or is friends with you, you will have a hard time in this place. they dont get to the bottom of a situation they just start writing paperwork up. they pretend to like you and then tell you everything is ok when it is not. next thing you know you are without a job.