Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (Current Employee) – Bountiful, UT – November 7, 2017
Working in Lakeview ED is great but hard, specifically working as a tech or a cna is challenging. The pay is pretty horrid compared to other jobs but the experience and your coworkers are what makes it worth it. You feel like you are a part of a team and you really operate like a team. Every once in a while you might meet someone who thinks less of you and doesn't treat you well because they believe their position is higher than your own but your other coworkers will always be there to prove you're just as much valued as anyone else.
The only reason I could see myself leaving is that I'm offered a lot of other jobs for my qualifications and those jobs have much better pay but I can't imagine loving those jobs the way I do lakeview.
you are just a number here with lackluster management
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – October 22, 2017
This is a for-profit business that happens to be a hospital, not the other way around. HR is on the east coast and you are just a number. Management is there to scold or watch from afar, never jumping in to help. Pay is low compared to other healthcare companies in the area.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Brigham City, UT – October 20, 2017
The employees wasn't very nice always busy doing what they had to do to answer any questions I had ..its like people couldn't say hi to you in the hallways and the other staff thought they was better then you
Health Information Specialist (Former Employee) – Bountiful, UT – October 14, 2017
I loved working with the physicians at Lakeview. I loved to interact with them on a daily basis whether it be helping them pull medical charts for studies, making sure they were compliant with hospital and national policies when it came to chart completion. The employees around the hospital were incredibly fun to work with. We loved to have fun with holidays, birthdays and hospital celebrations. I learned to work with various personalities and backgrounds. I loved seeing the patients being satisfied with their care. The hardest part of the job was cajoling some physicians to sign their charts within 30 days. The most enjoyable part of the job....interacting with patients, being appreciated for a job well done, being a front face of the hospital, being in parades, learning from all other departments in the hospital and being encouraged to be the best I could.
employee recognition, working with physicians, having fun
physicians not signing off on their charts and being the bad guy getting them to do it
Pre op/Recovery RN, PACU (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – October 9, 2017
ARH is an awsome place to work! Everyone is like family. CEO very personable. Team players. Manager was great, cared about employees. Departments backed each other up, PACU co-workers would come and help pre-op and pre-op reciprocated.
Chief Financial Officer (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 29, 2017
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER: Responsible for the establishment and enhancement of all policies and procedures for financial reporting. This included planning, organizing, administering, and evaluating the fiscal affairs of the hospital in concert with the Board of Directors, The Administrator, Corporate Office, and Department Managers.
Assumed a leadership role in developing and organizing departmental budgets, provided financial training and guidance for clinical personnel, and assisted new physicians in establishing their practice billing systems.
Conducted demographic and financial research for the Certificate of Need process, as well as assisted in developing patient and physician marketing strategies for the new hospital.
Professional working environment with exemplary team members
Nurse Case Manager (Current Employee) – Idaho Falls, ID – September 18, 2017
The most enjoyable part of my job is being a patient advocate and able to assist patient/families with their needs during their hospital stay and upon discharge. Hours are from 7:30am to 4:00pm but usually unable to leave on time due to late physician discharges. It is a quick-paced day with multiple interruptions due to the constant need of input from case management and social services. Nurses and front-line staff are great team players and advocate for their patients daily.
The Case Management/Social Services is a collaborative team.
challenging environment but contracted out my department
Food Service Director (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 14, 2017
St. Marks is a great place to work as well as a hard place to work. In my 13 years there I took a department that had been contracted out back to being self operated and saved over $1 million in 18 months vs. what the contractor did.
Great hospital with a great reputation in the area.
top management doesn't take care of middle managers. Lots of turnover.
Fast paced with wide variety skills needed, provided for.
LPN ER Nurse (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 2, 2017
St.Mark's Hospital is a place where even your CEO is available and approachable. Management is usually willing to listen and accommodate. There is a diverse culture of clientele that is accommodated as much as possible.
Very much interesting place to work. The staff was wonderful to with.
Certified Nurse Assistant/Unit Secretary (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – August 27, 2017
The most typical day at work is sometimes dealing with combative or difficult patients, especially when trying to care for them and assisting them with the help they need. I've learned to build confidence in my work and to keep in mind that i can achieve my work performance successfully. My supervisor was excellent, very kind, understanding and always try to ways to solve a problem among staff issues. The work environment can be stressful sometimes but rewarding. The hardest part of the job is sometimes can be very exhausting working 12hrs shift. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with wonderful staff.