Office employee III (Former Employee) – Robbinsdale, MN – April 9, 2017
The Job at North Memorial Healthcare was one of my best jobs I had. The work was easy. People were friendly and got to deal with the public a lot. So it made the job interesting and different every day
IT Instructional Designer (Current Employee) – Robbinsdale, MN – February 18, 2017
Awesome place to work that encourages learning and advancement through education. This is a place that provides entry level and encourages advancement through different departments as your expertise grows and overall provides a positive culture and always wants you to shine through what you can bring to the business.
Horrible Management and they do not care about their employees. They have a lot of great and friendly staff, but a lot of poor decisions are being made in terms of patient care, and they are always looking to save money, and cut out anything they don't absolutely need to replace. Their big change from treating their patients as actual patients has changed. Now they don't consider you a patient you are now a customer.. The upper management doesn't care about you they only care about fattening their wallets.
workloads are 2x those of any Metro Hospital. Pay scale is the worst in the metro area and management could care less. Work loads are boarding on unsafe practice , and management says just do the minimum to just get by. The Core staff are a big group of Bullies and management is very aware of it. If you like back stabbing , low pay and management that does care... This is the job for you.
Typical day staying glued to your seat taking incoming calls for several clinics with not enough staff to assist while being mirco managed. Lots of Turnovers along with management never updated you on anything until day of an event. Dont value Employees Only concern is phones.
Good peers and Location
Short Staff, Very Poor Management, No incentives, No Personal area, Bad Lunch room
I worked the 3 pm - 11:30 pm shift, the morning/day shift and the graveyard shift at times.
I enjoyed working here very much.
I resigned for maternity otherwise I would most likely still be working here.
My goal was and still is to be a MRI Technologist.
I cannot wait until I can do that and perform the best scans as I possibly can for the Radiologists to read and determine what is going on with the patients, and to ultimately fix what is going on with them or improve and do whatever it is that they can to help.
I want to help people. It makes me feel good and gives me a great sense of purpose.
Pleasant work environment, helping people.
Sometimes the Fuji CR equipment would malfunction but we got it fixed quickly.
RN Patient Care Coordinator (Current Employee) – Golden Valley, MN – April 21, 2014
The hardest part of the job I do is working in Quality and Process improvement. This is because it is a new part of the job. It has always been about working with the patient and performing duties to make the patient experience exceptional. Now the new part of the job is writing the duties that follow the measurements to give quality patient care and implementing them. It is hard to change up gears but in the end it is worth it.
Marketing (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – April 3, 2014
Management is constantly changing, goals inconsistent. Job description is a joke, every layer of management needs to approve the smallest project- and every one of them think they know everything about marketing. This position is posted every 6 months because they constantly are cutting the department. If you take the job- you won't be there long.
I loved working at North Memorial and was able to learn so much in a short period of time. I had very good working relationships with my team members and had several amazing bosses. The hardest part of my job was having so many leadership changes in such a short period of time. I reported to 6 different people within a 12 month period. The most enjoyable part of my job was the flexibility of my position, working with providers, and the values of the organization.
An environment that nurtured learning and achievement.
Manager (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – May 25, 2012
North Memorial demonstrated commitment to the community through its' many outreach program, commitment to employees through the training and advancement opportunities as well as pay, benefits and positive work environment, and commitment to quality through use of advanced technology and science. In the years I worked there the organization was slow to adopt new computer technology. The most significant comment I can make about North Memorial is that, at least during my tenure, I was confident that the organization strove for high ethical standards at all times.
opportunity to learn and advance. true community focus.
nepotism left over from the past. slow adopter of computer technology.