Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Kansas City, KS – October 26, 2016
I Love to work @ Providence Medical Center that's all I can say the Boss are nice HR are nice people are nice to work with. if is not really I moved here in Florida I will not going to resign because I love to work in this company
had a great time and mentored many who went on to better things
Staff RN (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – March 4, 2016
this was a time of learning and mentoring that I shall never forget It is good to know that some techs went on to become RN's, NP's and doctors we always seemed to work in synch and had fun doing what was needed to care for patients, families and other staff
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Leawood, KS – February 3, 2016
I work for Healient Physician Group In Leawood Ks. The staff nurses are mean and rude. The only enjoyment about the job is the free breakfast and lunch everyday. The front desk ladies are nice and provide good customer service to the patients but they have to deal with nonsense from the nurses and dr. I have worked in the health field for over 15 years and never have I had a work environment like this. This place needs new management and new nurses! Patient care could use some adjustment as well, being that they are not enough rooms to put patients in so the waiting time is doubled. We constantly overbook patients on the schedule. It seems to be all about the money and not the care.
I was the PM Nutritional Supervisor of Food Service
Food and Nutrition Supervisor (Former Employee) – Oregon City, OR – November 14, 2015
I was in charge of Scheluding empolyees, I monitiored the production of the foods to be served to the patients of the hospital with varied diets. I was in charge of education and training of employees. I evaluated and maintain records of employment
Good Job, Balanced Life, good job security, good health benifits, Good management, Education in Nutrition
PM shift and had 2 small children so it was hard to be with them
Patient Registration Representative (Current Employee) – Newberg, OR – August 2, 2015
Providence offers great wages and benefits for it employees and is a great place to work! Since I have started working at Providence I have acquired more in depth training on insurance, learned to work with 8 specialty providers and their teams in varying ways. My co-workers are among some of the finest in their profession and have taught me many invaluable lessons. My providers are humble and hard working and even on our toughest days, I love my job!
CPD Tech (Former Employee) – Kansas City, KS – July 11, 2015
Providence Med Center is not a bad place to work. It was being sold to Prime Health. Didn't receive a raise for 4 years. Was unable to advance in the company. Pay was far below other hospital for the same position.
Clinical-Teaching Pharmacist (Former Employee) – seattle washington – April 22, 2015
The opportunity to work so closely with the medical team at Providence Medical Residency was a great experience for me. A typical day would be seeing a certain group of patients in the morning, at lunch every day there would be a guess lecture. The afternoon would be working with the medical staff. Management at the residency was excellent. My co-workers were supportive and very dedicated in their work. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing and feeling of providing a much needed service.
Nurses very helpful, fun but serious when necessary. Very easy place to work.
CNA II (Former Employee) – Oregon City, OR – April 8, 2015
Day started at 7am with a team huddle with night shift charge nurse giving report on patients. we each got an assignment with anywhere from 8 to 14 patients, then we get the first set of vitals, assist with restroom needs, help ordering breakfast, answer call lights as needed. CNA's did all baths except for 3 in which the nurse did those 3. Each CNA had 2 or 3 nurses that they worked under.. Everyday I learned patience, love, tolerance, listening skills, how to be a team player, how to deescalate a amped up detox patient. I learned how to be a friend and a worker. Hardest part of my job is when one of my patient passes away. The most enjoyable part of my job is working with my patients.