Director of Student Services Admissions & Records (Current Employee) – Loma Linda, CA – July 18, 2017
The institution provided good and professional work experience. Work was average and within the department, the upper leadership do their best in supporting their constituents. The most difficult aspect of the job was that everything seemed to be an emergency and it causes a truly stressful environment.
The work out center was free of charge for all employees.
The salary is in the lower side as compared to other instituations.
Rehab (Current Employee) – Loma Linda, CA – July 12, 2017
Terrible. They do not care about patient safety or supporting their current employees. The only benefit of working here are the flexible hours. I've been here a few years and have already seen a high turnover of employees.
Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) – Loma Linda, CA – July 11, 2017
We would walk into our secured location and have to be seated at our work station and ready to work at the time of clocking in. You learn to get along with everyone and be empathetic with everyone. Management Is good, most are considered friends. the hardest part of the job is being connected to your computer for 8 hours a day , with allotted time for bathroom breaks. Most enjoyable part of this job is the people near you become more than friends they become part of your family. The patients are nice and enjoyable most occasions
Physical Therapist (Former Employee) – Loma Linda, CA – July 7, 2017
Worst place I have ever worked. Unless you are adventist....Run. They only care about those who share their religious beliefs. Horrible company. Full of crooks and liars. Religious people are the worst.
Interim Kitchen Supervisor (Current Employee) – Loma Linda, CA – June 28, 2017
As kitchen supervisor we have a great staff that all aways gives a 100 percent. For culture the team is always in high spirits. Management at the moment is great but management seems to change all the time. The hardest part of the job would be the call offs which would make other workers have to cover. And the best part of the job would be help patients feel better even if it is using hospital food.
cheaper lunch, cheaper tickets for fun events
No health care coverage, work you full time but under part time employment
Intern Chaplain (Former Employee) – Loma Linda, CA – June 23, 2017
Benefits are great although the pay is not so competitive.....The benefits and culture will make you happy as well as contented working for Loma Linda University Medical Center. There is so much room for growth and advancement.......
Their benefits, culture, mission, diversity, room for growth and advancement
Their pay is not excellent and competition is tough....but great people!
Amazing place to work for. The spiritual environment is plus for me. The staff is very professional.
Patient Registration Representative (Former Employee) – Redlands, CA – June 20, 2017
Great institution to work for. They strive for excellence and provide excellent services to both employees and patients. I would recommend Loma Linda University Medicine Center for anyone looking to work in a Christ centered environment.
EPIC Specialist Analyst - Intern (Former Employee) – Loma Linda, CA – June 19, 2017
My time there was short only due to the internship was part of my program at school. I loved it and would definitely like to work there. The people and atmosphere were great and the drive to provide better healthcare was amazing.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Loma Linda, CA – June 14, 2017
Loma Linda is a great place to start. Not a fan, poor management. This place really needs to become union. Most are treated unfair, typically women. They expect one person to carry the weight of 3 employees.
Easy entry level jobs.
Managment is poor. Many people are overworked.Non union.
It is a great place to work but does not pay as much as other CA hospitals due to it being a religious non-profit Hospital.
Inpatient Pharmacy Technician II (Former Employee) – Loma Linda, CA – June 13, 2017
I loved working for LLU Medical Center and Children's Hospital. The Managers, Supervisors and Directors all have a laid back mentality as far as supervision. There was very little micro-managing which makes for a happier work environment. The pay is not the best but the benefits are great. They make up on a good work environment rather than a high pay scale. You get a very small raise every year. About 50 cents for Pharmacy Technicians. I did get another 3% raise other than the yearly, one time, due to the hospital giving certain department raises. I started at $18.02/hr and left at $19.35/hr after 2 years and 2 months of work. Overall a great place to work. Loma Linda looks great on your resume as it is very well known with a great reputation.
Great work environment, very little micro-managing, always great job security
Food Operations Lead (Current Employee) – Murrieta, CA – June 7, 2017
A typical day at Loma Linda is Busy and non stop. I currently oversee 2 cafe's, a cafeteria, the main kitchen and a catering department. I am also in charge of administration aspects of the hospital such as purchasing, inventory, hiring process and invoicing.
RN Charge Nurse (Current Employee) – Loma Linda, CA – June 6, 2017
A great place to work--fast paced, lots of trauma, CVA, STEMI, teaching facility. Excellent management--they staff appropriately--floats are common--so you have plenty of assistance when needed. They promote teamwork, positive working culture. Plus, they are building a new ER to open in 2020.
Home Health Occupational Therapist (Current Employee) – Loma Linda, CA – June 6, 2017
The majority of the staff is great. Benefits are amazing for people who work full time. Part time benefits are pricey. Per diem employees can not get benefits. Per diem gets paid an average of $5 more than full time. If a per diem person switches to full time, their hourly rate decreases. Salary is not competitive and paper work can be overwhelming