Security Officer (Current Employee) – East Stroudsburg, PA – May 20, 2017
I am not a fan of the Valley. I've been working here for over a year now and the management is horrible. I work every weekend because the "lack of staffing" and if I don't, they won't give me hours, just the bare minimum which by the way is 32 hours full time. Not a fan but I have to pay the bills so I just accept it for now.
EPIC Consultant (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – May 17, 2017
Decent place to start your career, very hard to move up in the company, and you are stagnant. Good people and atmosphere, upper management is very helpful and understanding but not when it comes to promotions.
Amazing place to work and would go back any time there is a need
Consulting Epic Security Analyst/Caché Developer (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – May 15, 2017
This place is amazing to work at. The analysts are amazing and the work ethic matches. Everyone on the security team as well as other application teams are a dream to work with and I would recommend anyone to work here if possible.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Fogelsville, PA – May 10, 2017
what I enjoyed the most was being back in a family medicine position. I love working with patients and being able to make them better with information that I knew. The dislike was working with the managers. They poorly trained and wasn't satisfied with my work that I did, even though I tried my hardest everyday.
Home Health Nurse (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – April 26, 2017
Lehigh Valley Hospital allowed movement within the health system. To a fault they are inflexible in relation to hospital protocol. They pay for your years of experience and pay is not solely based on years of service.
Talking care of patients and meeting their basic needs
Technical Partner (Patient Care Technician) (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – April 24, 2017
I worked night shift & even though it was not as stressful as the day shift, we did have our moments. I liked working in patient care and did learn a lot about hospital life. Everyday was interesting and there was always something new happening.
A lot to do and sometimes not enough time to do it and I wanted to work day shift.
QA SME for various Epic Modules, Defect management (Former Employee) – Lehigh Valley, PA – April 24, 2017
I would certainly return to this entity. I enjoyed the permanent employees as well as the other contractors they had. The location was a fun place to be. The management seemed to have a good perspective and positive direction.
Nurse (Current Employee) – Allentown, PA – April 7, 2017
Very large network and therefore are treated like a number and not a person. Human resources is horrible and upper management could care less about the nursing staff, they only care about money. Pay is horrible, new nurses start at a higher rate then nurses who've been there for 5 years.
compensation, all 12 hour shifts, must work every other weekend/holiday, treat nursing staff horrible
Exercise Physiologist (Current Employee) – Allentown, PA – April 6, 2017
The network is amazing to work for in relation to patients and coworkers. The staff and management do support the staff but are often overwhelmed. As for compensation, education is not valued as exercise physiologist with MS degrees are paid the same as those with BS degrees.
Patient Transporter (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – April 5, 2017
Long hours of constant walking/pushing. Management is less than desirable. They hold certain people to different standards. Less than willing to work with you when in need. People working on the floors are fantastic though.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – April 4, 2017
Great opportunity for experience in medical surgical nursing. Most of the teams are supportive and genuinely care about the patients. Management was mediocre. Pay was good with great benefits. There are plenty of opportunities for advancement. Overall culture is that you are treated as a number rather than an employee.