Be aware, never get comfortable
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – OSFMC – May 16, 2016
My experience with managers and the like in this organization is that they are not there for their employees. They preach to treat patients with "the greatest care and love," but those who actually carry out the mission are left in the dust.
Managers, with awful employee satisfaction ratings, keep their jobs far longer than they should and they even get promoted, while a peon on "positive discipline" for being minutes late three times in a year will have difficulty transferring to a better department/job.
Don't expect adequate training either. Trainers were educated as nurses or other medical jobs, not as educators. Training convoluted and poorly executed. Between all the departments that have their hands in your training, it's difficult to tell who you need to talk to to get help.
Always remember, like most companies, the HR department might say they want to help, but they are there for the company. This is never truer than it is at OSF.
It's a soul killing organization for a worker, unless you are a nurse or doctor. Notice, the ones who love their jobs are the nurses or HR people reviewing.
benefits, nice facilities
training is awful, managers are ill prepared to manage, not a lot of keeping the worker happy