Eviromental Worker (Former Employee) – 3100 Wornall Road,Kansas City ,Missouri 64111 – June 11, 2017
I truly enjoyed working for this company.I was able to meet and greet people on top of keeping their rooms,areas and etc. sanitized and/or loves stay nice and comfortable.Like any other company there is always room for growth.
Benefits, enhances skills, gives more knowledge in medical/environmental skills
I room to grow and experience other (different and new opportunities
Operator (Current Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – May 28, 2017
Calls from answering services from 7-9am then hospital calls through out the day paging doctors, taking messages. All day long. Hardest part of the job is mostl management and always being understaffed and over worked. Enjoyable part is the bond me and my co workers share.
Cardiology Technician (Former Employee) – New Bedford, MA – May 23, 2017
I enjoyed working at the hospital. I worked the 3 - 11 shift. I would have loved first shift. My boss was great and the coworkers were awesome. I just wish the pay was better for the amount of work that was required of you.
Behavioral Health Technician/Unit Clerk (Current Employee) – Quakertown, PA – May 7, 2017
A challenging and rewarding place to work. Many opportunities to learn and practice new skills. Working at St. Luke's, one meets a great amount of interesting people and is wonderful to be a part of facilitating people's recovery.
Student Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – April 25, 2017
Saint Luke's Hospital Radiology department is typically very busy. There are lots of surgery cases. The management is functional, but somewhat lacking. There seem to be very few repercussions for actions. Otherwise, a pretty good place to work.
Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – February 27, 2017
Being a NA is good when you have people that will help you throughout the day when you are having difficulty. Management is very friendly and are always there when you need them! The only bad part is heavy lifting and it can be an issue when it comes to you getting hurt on the job.
Information Associate (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – February 5, 2017
In my position, I helped greet many patients and visitors on a day to day basis. One of my main duties was to make sure all visitors felt comfortable during their visit and stay especially during critical times. I enjoyed working with a great team of nurses and staff who exemplified professionalism at all times.
CNA/Caregiver (Current Employee) – New York, NY – February 2, 2017
work the day shift (12 hrs) in a PCU unit at the hospital. I start my morning off with getting report from the night shift, then I make rounds, pass water, pass trays to contact pts. and answer call lights. I do VS from 9-10, chart and then do a few baths... and answer call lights prn. Then I get accuchecks and do rounds (and pass water) again at 11. I get a few more linens and baths done before lunch. Then I start VS again. When I get back from lunch, if there are more baths/linens I try to get them done... if not, I empty linen bags and foleys and do 3pm rounds (still answering call lights). I start VS again at 5 and make sure the pt rooms are clean, foleys and bedside comodes are empty, pts in briefs are clean, etc. I give report to night shift and do charting at the end of shift.
Team Lead Patient Accounts (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – December 22, 2016
good place to work, great environment and diversity. Worked in billing area where management worked hard for the hospital and for their employees to make sure they are happy with the place. Overall a good company.
Information Associate (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – August 15, 2016
Saint Lukes is great company to be employed with, there is so much experience to receive, and much experience to gain in every department. Wonderful place, Best place to give care and the best place to receive care.
Great place to work, good chances to advance and learn new . SLH strives to include all levels of employees ways of improving skills.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – December 14, 2015
Able to work as a team, constantly learning new skills and treated as an important member of this work group. Always kept abreast of changes. Parking sometimes not very efficient. Work areas clean and well managed. Hardest part of the job is leaving when you know there are things that need to be done. Best part is those patients who return regularly and you get to know them personally.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – November 3, 2015
I enjoyed many years working for St.Lukes Hospital. I plan to reapply. Great benefits and great pay. Effective Communication Skills * Intuitive Problem-Solving Abilities *Microsoft Office * Help Desk *Working productively as an Individual and Team