Support (Former Employee) – Saint Louis, MO – August 2, 2016
Low volume, low stress. Administration is clueless for the most part. If you are on the good side of your bosses, you are IN , if not, good luck. No opportunities for advancement. HR is terrible, will stab you in the back, no confidentiality.
Department Assistant (Current Employee) – Galveston, TX – June 22, 2016
Wonderful place to work, great co-workers, and miracles happen here. Perform administrative work for one of the hospital Administrative Directors. Responsible for data collection and research, for completion of Community Health Needs Assessment report.
Physican Coder (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – June 7, 2016
I can't say nothing bad about this company. The management team is hardworking, dedicated, and gives great feedback to the employees. I start working at the Tampa Florida location and ended up in Georgia. The management team had so much belief in my work that a business license was establish to keep me with the company. I no longer work for this company but after reading some of the bad reviews, i was stung. I can honestly say the bad reviews are lies. The management team fight for their staff and go well and beyond their duties to make sure everyone on the revenue cycle team is comfortable and prepared.
Children first priority, great benefits and environment
Worst place to work for. If it was not for the childiren this place should go under
N/A (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 7, 2016
I have worked in hospitals over twenty five years now and worked with Shriners up to the point they hired a new CEO that was the worst person I have ever met. Constant harassment, no employee appreciation, and tons more. I pity the person who will be working with her. Other than that there is no increments, Lies of a better life and work conditions in Pasadena, and last but not least, constant and up and coming layoffs. I feel sorry for the great people that work at Los Angeles Shriners because they hold on to a dream of better but just get mud thrown in their face all the time and no one cares. I had to rate the company but there was no stars lower or I would have used them.
Constant hurassment from Administrator, no respect twards workers
Server (Current Employee) – Lexington, KY – February 4, 2016
I work with a great group of people. The job I have we generally prepare food and serve three meals for our patients and their families. Clean and do dishes. Cashier when needed. We all work together as a team to care for our patients and families, and fellow employees. I will need a new job because this Department will not be moving to the new location on UK Campus.
Great Company to be employed by.
They will be closing and moving without Dietary Dept.
Business Office Payroll Specialist (Former Employee) – Galveston, TX – January 20, 2016
i loved shriners hospitals.....but do to Hurricane Ike 90% of employees were laid off...did not like the fact that they did not rehire dedicated employees once the hospital reopened in Galveston..i was hopping to retire there and had 16 years of service.
Patient Insurance Coordinator (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 17, 2016
Shriners Hospitals for Children is a wonderful place to work. especially when you have a special kind of love for children. My typical day at work is when I come into my office in the morning checking emails and returning phone calls to insurance companies to request certain documentation for certain medical procedures and to verify if insurance will cover services provided. I work with great co-workers. Most enjoyable part of my day is making sure the needs of our children at Shriners are met.
X-Ray Technologist (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 11, 2016
Shriners hospital is a great place to work, everyone is always friendly and kind. Being a small hospital gives us the opportunity to know one another not only the workers but the patience and their families as well.
They give a lot without expecting anything in return
Medical staff (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 21, 2015
The surgeons, APN's, nurses, and therapists are wonderful, caring, and knowledgable. However, effective communication between middle management and medical staff is poor to nill and the relationship, adversarial. Feedback from medical staff is not taken into consideration when issues arise, which is often.
The medical triage for new patients appointments are performed by non-medical staff.
There is no hope for positive change in regards to improving clinic efficacy and flow.
The great motivation for staying at the Shrine is to take care of the patients. Too bad management does not feel that way about the employees.
The management is one-sided, not trustworthy, and disrespectful. You can't go to human resource for its one sided as well. This company takes up for each other. If the manager is doing something wrong then you can't report it for you will lose your job. The computers are always down or frozed. The compensation isn't well. You only get anywhere from $0.05-$0.50 raise yearly depends on accuracy, productivity, and kissing the manager tail. The manager always choose and pick who she wants to work with and always take sides of certain people. The auditors doesn't know what there doing. This company really needs to be audit for coding. For, there coding guidelines is incorrect. The team isn't pleasant, the people tells on everyone. Instead of helping you they set you up for failure. You work remote but feels like your going into the office daily. I wouldn't recommend this place for any remote coding nor to work for. I'm looking to leave now.
paid time off
no advancement, human resource are not legit, and manager is one-sided
Terrible place to work. Management does not care about employees.
Former Employee (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, California – June 19, 2015
Shriners Hospitals for Children was a very unprofessional place to work with poor management and a very unprofessional Human Resources department and there was no room for advancement. The Human Resources Department did not care about the employees and the department lacked confidentiality. The facility has a very high turnover of employees and everything was behind the times in regards to technology (outdated computers, everything was manual, paper files, no applicant tracking system to track employees, still using pagers, etc.) and it had outdated practices and processes. During my time at Shriners it was discovered that some of the medical staff at this hospital were working without certifications and licensure, some had licenses revoked by the state and most of the employees were under qualified and/ or under paid. This facility really should be audited and looked into by immediately. BEWARE!