Pros: Very good starting salary and benefits of extensive sick days, vacation, personal days and insurance starts immediately.
Cons: Poor communication, lack of focus/concern on patient care, fake doctors, GREED
I was very excited initially working for Presbyterian hospital...that quickly changed. The department was overwhelmed with corruption/fraud/money laundering. I performed credentialing, Observation/Rotation paperwork for visiting doctors as well as appointment and re-appointment for Presbyterian doctors only to find a slew of them to be FAKE doctors which the divisional chief approved for employment, though they had no college degrees and/or had their licenses taken. Communication with outside hospitals/vendors/doctors etc was very unprofessional and disrespectful, often leaving me to rectify the matters. Patient care and communication was at a low almost non existent minimum and confidentiality pretty much did not exist. Shocking to see this abhorrent level of "care" and lack of concern for quality medical attention, but I guess that is what happens when the main focus of the hospital is MONEY MAKING. Very high turn over rate of employees due to stress, poor work environment and lack of communication especially on pertinent matters. Starting salaries are very good so are benefits, but they quickly loose luster once work environment is experienced. Fellow employees are too stressed to enjoy company. Most enjoyable part of work day is the end of the work day.
I would not refer anyone to work at that institution.