Overall, caring and compassionate people work here.
Regional Director Risk, Patient Safety & Advocacy (Former Employee) – Joliet, IL – March 18, 2018
I thoroughly enjoyed the time I worked at Presence Health. Each healthcare organization has challenges, but the leadership and staff seemed to really care about doing their best to provide safe and effective care.
Staff Physical Therapist (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 28, 2018
When you work at Presence Health, you never know where you will be working at. It may be inpatient, outpatient or rehab and that goes on throughout the day. And there is no documentation time set aside so therapists need to treat patients as well as documenting at the same time.
short breaks, no documentation time, no support from upper management
System Manager, Internal Communications (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 16, 2018
I thoroughly enjoyed learning about health care and the amazing employees who bring the mission to life every day and working to share some of their stories. The challenge was that there was a lot of change and, unfortunately during the time I was there, the discovery that things had not been managed overall as well as was hoped.
The new CEO, with a background in hospital finance, did a terrific job of getting to the reality of the situation and implementing efforts to begin to re-position Presence Health. That was no small feat.
Amazing associates who truly care about the mission and try diligently to live it every day.
Patient access registration (Former Employee) – Aurora, IL – February 8, 2018
Not a job if you have family with little ones, scheduling is horrible. You have to look for your own coverage, the manager does not seem to know that is her job to do so. Management does not appreciate their employees or work, you are expected to do more and more work with lack of support and tools to get the job done. Very fast paced. Very short staff and stressful as well, it can get very busy at times. Short lunch break or if at all, management doesn't care if you don't get one. As long as goal is being met monthly they don't care if you are burned out from not having enough staff to rotate when needing coverage for PTO or sick days. Definitely not life balanced.
Maintenance Worker (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 5, 2018
rewarding work, hard to deal with upper management and supervisors. no chance of advancement, unless they are passing the buck. to many people not willing to work still employed. if you do good work you will be rewarded with more work.
Manager (Current Employee) – Avilla, IN – January 16, 2018
Staff is wonderful . Take great care of residents . Long term care administrator is fair and cares about staff and residents . He is supportive and kind DON is always available and makes the work day enjoyable.
Billing & Follow-Up Representative (Former Employee) – Bolingbrook, IL 60440 – January 2, 2018
mgmt. only have degrees, no work experience in the medical field at all. do not know how to run company. moving people up to management who can't even do their job as an employee. too many family members getting promoted over people who have been there and have the knowledge.
Sterile Processing Technician (Former Employee) – Joliet, IL – January 1, 2018
The sterile processing department is a joke no one there has a clue about how a sterile processing department is ran. They do not take ideas from new experience employees, and when they know that you do know the processes. They will fire you because they are scared that there job might be in jeopardy because of the lack of knowledge they have as a manager and as a department as a whole. They also show favoritism for employees that have been there for years even if there wrong and it is proven, they also will hire a person with no experience in fear someone will come in with knowledge and experience and know that the department is ran completely wrong. I went to Hr to express my experiences that were occurring and was let go for no reason at all. So if you are interviewing for a sterile processing tech position please please be aware. Also they hire management family members and give them shifts that they aren’t even eligible for or deserve because of lack of knowledge and experience.Favoritism and poor management with lack of experience and knowledge is the main problem.
Assistant (Former Employee) – Aurora, IL – December 11, 2017
Most of the associates are wonderful and management is very fair to their team. Very competitive benefits and nice work environment. Lack of training associates on new programs can be a problem and is frustrating.
Patient Access Representative (Former Employee) – Champaign, IL – December 6, 2017
Management doesn't listen. The work schedule is all over the place and made at the last minute. One is expected to do the work of 6 or 7 people perfectly everytime and if not Management will come down hard on you. Training for new employees is very short and very poor. This is not a good place to work.
Lead Cook (Current Employee) – Urbana, IL – December 5, 2017
Presence uses a third party to manage their dietary department. This creates a very large conflict of interest. The management team of the third party does not adhere to the standards of Presence Health.
Rather not say (Former Employee) – Bolingbrook, IL – November 26, 2017
I would not recommend this place to anyone. Management is horrible. Racism exist. No room for advancement. Favoritism is all over that place. They are merging yet again. No job security. The policy and procedures is not good. Just overall a horrible and miserable place to work. They need better management. Hopefully with this merger they get competent leadership.
Horrible management benefits racism and favoritism