For profit position in market may effect and reflect onto employees
Peds OR Staff RN (Current Employee) – Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children – February 29, 2016
HealthOne is managed with a very close eye on profits.
Employees create their own options if full time work is what they want.
The hardest part of the job is getting full time hours when hired for just that.
The team effort and dedication of employees to work ethic is the most enjoyable part of the job. Co-workers are mostly happy with their positions. Working with children and their parents is mostly a happy situation.
Quality Assurance Engineer (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – July 5, 2015
Enjoyed to work there as HealthONE is the largest healthcare system in the metro Denver area with more than 10,000 employees. As part of the HealthONE family, I was employed in software department as a Quality Assurance Engineer. In addition of maintaining the operating status of main web base application, I also participated in testing of newly released mobile FastlocatER application.
To meet the needs of our community during there stay.
Business Manager, Emergency Services (Current Employee) – Aurora, CO – May 22, 2015
Review of previous day volume and metrics. Meet with AVP of Emergency Services to discuss areas of improvement based on metrics and productivity. Part of a hard working team to provide the best care and meet the needs of our community.
Business Office Manager (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – February 5, 2015
Started with company 15 years ago. Was provided great opportunities and great benefits. Never a dull moment. Applied for many positions as my knowledge grew and was given many opportunities to advance. Great mentors
Great people to work with who are working as a team to help the surgical patient.
Perioperative Nurse (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – February 21, 2015
A typical day would include checking in with the charge nurse to see what my cases for the day would be. This is followed by checking the surgical suite to make sure that the room contains all the needed equipment and supplies for the surgeries, checking the patient's allergies and health history/medication history, setting up the room for surgery, interviewing the patient, discussing needed information with the surgeon/anesthesiologist/surgical tech about the patient and the surgery. Ensure patient's safety before, during, and after surgery.
I have learned to speak up with for the patient even if others get upset with me for delaying the case/day. I have learned to critically think and to think clearly in stressful situations. I have learned to be efficient at a faster pace.
The hardest part of the job would be to speak up for something you know will make a team member upset but ensures the safety of your patient.
I love and value working as a team. You always have someone willing to help you.
Family Business with an understanding work environment
Director of Legal Research & Claims Analyst (Current Employee) – Ridgeland, MS – April 24, 2013
Co-workers are extremely good people. I have learned an entire field of business and law due to my time and work here. The hardest part of the job was traveling to other states for extended times and being away from my pets. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with faithful hardworking people dedicated to getting the job done.
A great place to work but going through a lot of growing pains
Administrative Supervisor, Throughput Supervisor (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – August 15, 2014
This company is striving to become one of the premier hospitals as far as meeting all of the requirements placed on it by state, local and corporate requirements and yet still meet the fiscal demands that are placed on it by corporate and division. It has been granted Magnet designation two years in a row and the office has some very strong and dedicated staff working for it. They are, unfortunately, short staffed so it makes it difficult to take any personal time and that not resulting in the other staff having to pick up a lot of overtime to cover a 24/7 office. Due to all of the changes going on, there is a lot of stress in the hospital departments which frequently makes for some counterproductive "throwing under the bus" behavior. Despite all of that we have some very strong leadership.
What a wonderful learning experience and great company to work for.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Centennial, CO – January 25, 2013
I had the opportunity to work in a multi specialty suite, where my patient contact ranged from cardiology, podiatry, gynecology, dermatology, audiology, urology, and orthopedic specialties. It was the most educational experience I could have asked for.