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Roper St. Francis Healthcare Employer Reviews

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Eye opening position
Financial Counselor (Current Employee), Charleston, SCAugust 23, 2014
A typical day in my position involves seeing all patients with no insurance and at times seeing those that have insurance but are under-insured to help seek sponsorship for them . This has been a very eye opening experience for me as I have learned how fortunate I am to have the things in my life that I have (which includes a roof over my head). On – more... the other side of that this also makes that the hardest part of my job. – less
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Great place to work
Certified Medical Assistant-Resource Pool (Former Employee), Charleston, SCAugust 22, 2014
Great work environment
Management is very flexible
Teamwork display throughout the healthcare system
Interacting with the patients is the most enjoyable part of the job
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Productive and busy work schedules, lots of traveling.
MD Receptionist (Current Employee), Charleston, SCJune 23, 2014
Pros: learning new operational features on the systems.
Cons: traveling from different offices daily.
The job was very demanding, learning at a quick pace. Meeting new people from all of the offices had pros and cons. Every office ran on the same system but did the Check In and Check Outs differently.
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Great Coworkers - Shortsighted Management
Nursing Staff (Former Employee), West AshleyMay 25, 2014
Pros: great coworkers
Cons: heathcare as a tool for wealth consolidation
The people that work at St. Francis are there because they care about the patients. The managers are there because they care about maximizing profits, and they do don't care a bit about the patients or the staff. In the end, it's all about being part of the inner circle. If you are - congrats. You no longer have to lift a finger to help heal the sick. – more... It's all about pushing the money up the ladder. They'll let you have your crumbs as long as you tow the party line and help the rich get richer. The second you start thinking about the ugly underbelly, it's time for you to go. – less
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Productive and fun day most of the time.
Materials Tech (Current Employee), Mount Pleasant, SCMay 14, 2014
A typical day at work is never typical. The days keep you on your toes and always learning more each day. Since i've been there i've learned inventory management and time management. My co-workers are a joy to be around everyday. The hardest part of the job is getting there for me ( I live 25 miles away). The most enjoyable part of the day is a job – more... well done and assisting the patients. – less
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The department I worked in had a poor tone and culture.
Lab Tech. (Former Employee), Charleston SCFebruary 27, 2014
Pros: six months of lab experience.
Cons: poor management.
The management had favorites. I was not one of them even though I learned the job in six months. I loved the actual work but just didn't fit in.
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Overall, great company to work for.
Physician Account Coordinator (Current Employee), Charleston, SCJanuary 4, 2014
Enjoy the co-workers and managers. Definitely a lot of work to be done, job security. Difficult sitting at the computer 8-9 hours a day but there is great potential for advancement.
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beautiful hospital with an amazing group of coworkers
RN-ER (Current Employee), Charleston, SCDecember 27, 2013
Pros: moderate pay, great coworkers
Cons: no breaks, no lunches, very busy
Most patients are not at a higher level of acuity at this ER, but we still get a very good number of sick patients. Roper system truly takes care of the patients and not always worrying about the bottom dollar. They are always encouraging further education and providing classes. There are of course, politics just like anywhere else, but overall so impressed – more... with the hospital. – less
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Productive and educational.
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee), Charleston, SCSeptember 13, 2013
Pros: enjoyed free lunch of medical transcription week and radiology tech week.
Cons: none.
Excellent place to work. Excellent coworkers. Worked from home several days of week. Enjoyed the hospital and department holiday party.
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Patient Care Tech
PCT (Former Employee), Charleston, SCAugust 22, 2013
Pros: taking care of patients, helping those in need and putting a smile on someone face. it is amazing, so gratifying job
Cons: cons would include, those who are have lost their compassion for caring for those in need of medical help and support.
Roper St. Francis Hospital is a Fantastic healthcare system and a Fabulous place to work.
When I arrived on the floor to work my shift we would give detail information of the patient and there needs from me as a PCT. The charting off was a very smooth and beneficial process. It was very patient-centered which I think is important for the patient to – more... be apart of there care.
I would introduced myself to each of the patients I was caring for during my shift and wrote my name on the board as their PCT along with their Nurse and the acting Nursing Supervisor.
l had a varied of responsibilities such as Vitals, Accu-cheks, Bladder scans, EKG’s, Telemetry, Place Condom catheters, Insert and D/C Foleys, In and out Foleys, D/C IV’s, UA specimens, Stool cultures, ADL’s, Reporting off, Charting, Full patient care, obtaining new patient status upon admission, Patient education, Wound care, Medical History, Patient History, and starting IV fusions.
Management was great and very informative and supportive.
I really can not pinpoint anything in particular that was difficult with my job duties and responsibilities. It has always been an honor to help someone and put a smile on there face.
I have always been a people person and always enjoyed working with people and helping them anyway I can; within my scope of practice.
I had plenty of opportunity to participant, assist and work along side the RN's who were extremely pleasant to work with. We were a team and worked well together. – less
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Committed to mission.
Director, Roper Hospice (Current Employee), Charleston, SCJune 10, 2013
This organization is committed to their patients and truly embodies the view that every moment matters. I have learned to lead in an understanding way which empowers employees to participate. The most enjoyable part of my day is knowing the differnce we make in our family's lives.
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EXCELLENT place to work!
RSFH staff (Former Employee), Charleston, SCJanuary 27, 2013
Pros: morale, salary, patient care, employee incentives
I left RSFH to successfully complete nursing school. I did everythig within my power to continue working and attend nursing school, but it just wasn't possible. This is a wonderful not-for-profit organization that is great to both patients and employees. I'd love to work here again someday as a RN.
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Each day is interesting and challenging.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Charleston, SCNovember 17, 2012
Pros: helping to make a difference in a patients life.
Cons: having hours cut.
I have learned so many interesting aspects in nursing and I continually learn on a day to day basis. Whether it is from the doctors, nurses or patients. I feel very comfortable going right to the top if necessary, our team is very approachable, but we are a Magnet Hospital and we are self governing, so we make a lot of our own rules! The hardest part – more... of the job is when you are unable to accomplish your goals. The most enjoyable part is when other nurses have tried to do something multiple times and I walk in and accomplish it the first time. – less

About Roper St. Francis Healthcare

Roper St. Francis cares for more Lowcountry families than any other healthcare provider in our area. Our mission is simple: Healing – Read more