Intern (Current Employee) – Northridge, CA – August 12, 2014
Assigned a project to work on increasing patient satisfaction scores, enhancing teamwork, and boosting morale and positivity amongst professional staff Participate in weekly staff meetings, updating the leadership team on my findings and ideas Present research and power points at bi-monthly in-service meetings Communicate with staff in several areas and observe teamwork and patient care (OR, PACU, Scheduling, PAT) Shadowed professional staff while learning Teletracking, AS400, and Cerner
Patient Transporter (Former Employee) – Northridge, CA – April 22, 2017
Everyone is for the most part team oriented and the hospital does a great job to recognize and encourage team interaction and practical problem solving to issues that may arise both within and between individual departments.
The occasional free Luncheon!
The occasional Debbie Downer, but that is anywhere.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Redding, CA – April 20, 2017
A day at work is stressful with no help. No support from management. Large amount of new nurses that seem resistant to staff helping them. New nurses are very competitive and love to find things to make the management aware of without first talking to the primary nurse. Policies were in the computer but even the director could not find them. The hardest part of the job was trying to get everything done in an efficient and timely manner without help. Often we did not get lunch or breaks. The most enjoyable part of the job was the clients. I loved making a connection with patients and their families.
classes, salary, benefits
very hard to work without breaks and without help and still get finished in a timely manner.
Food Service Worker (Current Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – April 20, 2017
This is a fun place to work. Everyone is basically on their own. You do your own stuff we have leads and managers but they are never really checking. As long as you do your job you basically have nothing to worry about.
Content Marketing Specialist (Former Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – April 11, 2017
Good employer but very little contact with management and expectations changed daily. I had three different managers during the time I worked there and each gave conflicting orders as to what was expected from me.
Little room for advancement unless you were part of the manager's church group
Nursing Supervisor (Current Employee) – Santa Cruz, CA – April 8, 2017
I love working with the staff at Dominican Hospital. Dignity specializes in diversity, they have staff and patients from all over the world, which makes for a very interesting place to work. Its exciting to see somany cultures in this area.
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Chandler, AZ – April 5, 2017
I enjoy working for Dignity Health. The supervisors are easy to talk to and very flexible if you need time off. The working environment is quick paced but you also have downtime. I love my co workers and meeting new people all the time.
This hospital is simply amazing. Their patient care is wonderful
Youth Worker/Volunteer (Former Employee) – Glendale, CA – April 5, 2017
I volunteering to the Business Department with a wonderful lady that did so much work. It was a pleasure working with her. I helped with the various programs they had and even went to help with events outside my volunteer hours.
Great benefits, competitive pay. No room for growth.
Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee) – Chandler, AZ – April 3, 2017
Pay is great and free benefits with low deductible is amazing. However, there is absolutely no cross training opportunities or growth at all. The company itself is turning very corporate. Coworkers for the most part are good. No extra pay for having a bachelor's degree vs. an associate's degree as an x-ray tech. Very disappointing.
Patient Support Tech (Former Employee) – Oxnard, CA – March 29, 2017
A typical day at St. John's Medical Ctr./Dignity Health was a day of focus, teamwork and patient care. I learned the importance of treating the patient and embracing diversity. Management was excellent and the only weakness was the management turnover. The work culture was strong and steady. The hardest part of the job was seeing a patient family struggle with the fact that their love one is sick and there was nothing they could do but see it. The most enjoyable was building brief relationships with patients and seeing them discharge home to get healthier.