Marketing (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MN – April 3, 2014
Pros: you get to work with doctors with huge egos
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.
RN Patient Care Coordinator (Current Employee), Golden Valley, MN – April 21, 2014
Pros: learning new dimensions of job
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 – more... implementing them. It is hard to change up gears but in the end it is worth it. – less
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 – more... part of my job was the flexibility of my position, working with providers, and the values of the organization. – less
An environment that nurtured learning and achievement.
Manager (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MN – May 25, 2012
Pros: opportunity to learn and advance. true community focus.
Cons: nepotism left over from the past. slow adopter of computer technology.
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 – more... 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. – less