Director knows nothing about people the work people do below him.
Biomedical / Clinical Engineer (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – January 12, 2016
To many chiefs, not enough Indians. Management will do anything to add a notch to their resume. No chance of advancement, but I will say the techs I worked with were knowledgeable and friendly. Of all the places I've worked, Norton Healthcare has some of the lowest Morale I've seen to date.
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Management will do anything to add a notch to their resume.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – January 7, 2016
Very little room for advancement with the Security position and not much management support. Daily duties included customer service, interactions with patients and family, as well as walking patrols of hospital.
Release of Information Specialist (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY 40202 – March 17, 2016
I miss my Norton family. We often went on trips together outside of work and enjoyed working with each other on projects of large proportions. We managed a balance of fun and work at the same time we were able to complete large tasks in a timely manner. I only left for a PCS military move from this place of employment.
Biller, Web Admin, Medical Records, Intake/Outtake (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – June 19, 2016
Norton's is a well established bureaucratically structured company, yet maintains a personal democratic management style. As the largest health care provider in the Louisville Metro area there was ample opportunity for personal and professional growth and upward mobility.
The most challenging aspect of this job was adapting to a constantly evolving system. However I found this to be the most mentally stimulating as well; thus adding to my overall satisfaction with the company as a whole.
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – July 22, 2016
Typical day working in the inpatient pharmacy can be busy or it can be slow. It just depends on the day. There is plenty of busy work to do if you finish everything that you are required to do. Management is great. They are very understanding and very flexible when it comes to your needs. I honestly think the hardest part of the job was remembering where everything was located. The most enjoyable part of working for Norton Healthcare is that I get to help patients and making IV fluids.
medical assistant (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – March 28, 2016
extremely clicky office with alot of drama, would not recommend this particular office for employment there is alot of retaliation for events of procedures you may be unhappy with. Management will find a way to get rid of you if they do not agree with your ideas for improvements
Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – August 1, 2016
Over all working here has been a negative experience. As an adult I had never worked in such a negative and bullying environment. The compensation and benefits are nice but they come at the cost of your sanity and well-being. By far the most stressful environment I've had to endure in nearly 20 years as a nurse.
I really enjoyed working there but the company did not know we were hired at the time becuause they were at a hirning freeze but hired contractors.
End User Computing Analyst (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – April 28, 2016
I really enjoyed working there but the company did not know we were hired at the time because they were at a hiring freeze but hired contractors. This was the first I.T. job that I enjoyed all aspects of the job, team, my boss.
Very stressful, verbally abusive, favoratism from only management
CMA (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – January 23, 2016
Viewed by my co- workers as hardworking, always friendly employee. My manager showed obvious favortism, and at times verbally abusive. Very disappointed in her actions. Denied unemployment by Nortons, but granted unemployment by a judge. I am up for rehire, but every time I put in for a position I received a message that they decided to go with another applicant. Under a different manager may be different circumstance, but unable to get employment. I have nothing against the CEO, except that managers should be watched better.
Totally was mislead about salary and upcoming cost of living raise
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – August 9, 2016
Recently Norton's Healthcare has been hiring LPN's the problem is they want the medical experience of the nurse in the office to cover the regulations but they want to pay less because you're in an office setting
Senior Recruiter (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – June 25, 2016
You work hard, always learning new things to make you more effective in your job and as a professional. Management was very motivating. Co-workers were great. Proud to be part of such an excellent organization that helps so many people in my community.
Cash Application Analyst (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – September 28, 2015
Norton Healthcare is a great organization to work for the incentives and appreciation shown for a job well done is phenomenal. Norton Healthcare really care about their employees and it shows a lot because every employee at Norton Healthcare are willing to set the standard for exceptional work, our employees work hard to meet our finanacial goals, each employee is willing to share responsibility to ensure all deadlines are met, and most of all every employees of Norton Healthcare put our patients first.
Great pay, incentives and appreciations for making our hospital one of the best in the state.
Patient Service Specialist II (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – October 8, 2015
Training New Hires Team Lead for Admissions Dept./ On-call Cross Trained in 7 Different Registration Areas Bed Control/ Collaboration with House Supervisor, EVS, & Outside Facilities Census Reporting/ Auditing Money Management File Management for Billing Purposes Patient Demographic & Insurance Updates/ Edits Insurance Verification & Eligibility Scheduling *Also employed from 09/1999 - 03/2001
Full responsibility and accountability to lead a team