Shuttle Driver (Current Employee) – Richland, Washington – April 3, 2015
Kadlec has a great work environment. I drive a shuttle bus transporting personnel to different locations on the campus. Personnel all seem to be happy and fulfilled with their jobs. My managers are always happy to be there when I need them. As far as the hardest part of the job, that would be the monotony of driving around and around, but I handle it. The pay is acceptable but the number of hours is insufficient. This has challenged me to seek other part time work to fill in. The most enjoyable part of the job is interaction with fellow employees.
this was a voluntary position but very satisfying .
Auxiliary Member (Former Employee) – Richland,wa. – October 8, 2014
I loved making the charts for the patients that were to have surgery the following day. the charts were color coded according to the type of surgery they were having,which doctor it was and the specific type of disclosures, medical information and release forms necessary for that procedure. The staff was so great and helpful.
great team to work with, satisfaction of helping in worthy cause
Clinical Applications Analyst (Current Employee) – Richland, WA – October 1, 2013
Kadlec is a great place to work with full staff support by supervisors and administrative team. Provides lots of employee recognition and appreciation opportunities. Encouraging of continuing education and workplace advancement.
A company that genuinely cares about the community and it's employees.
Sr. Network Security Analyst (Former Employee) – Richland, WA – July 1, 2013
Kadlec Regional Medical Center is a company with strong moral values, a friendly work environment, and excellent business strategies. The executive team is second to none and the corporate culture is excellent. Employees care about each other and their community. There are many opportunities for professional growth, but career advancement can be difficult in some departments.
highly ethical, all-star executive team, good work-life balance, great work environment
rapid expansion often creates high-stress situations
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – WA – January 9, 2013
Lots of work. Great bosses. Working from home. A typical day involved logging on, checking status of jobs, and transcribing first the stats and preops, then histories, consults, discharges, for a full evening shift.