Public Safety Officer (Current Employee) – New Lenox, IL 60451 – March 30, 2016
Management and employee's are fun to work with. A typical work day consist on dealing with wonderful people that aren't having the greatest day which makes it our job to ensure they receive the best care and experiences.
Management was great very organized and fair. I learned and gained great coding experience. Very supportive.
Outpatient Coder (Former Employee) – Naperville, IL – February 12, 2016
I liked working at Silver Cross very much. The management team was very organized and supportive. I feel like I gained great coding work experience. My Lead was always very helpful and knowledgeable she had a great coding background. I loved that they gave me the opportunity to work from home. I was working thru a temp agency and unfortunately my contract was completed.
I made friends and I was very comfortable with all mangers and the employee's and I was able to work at my best at all times
Coding Analyst (Former Employee) – Joliet, IL – August 31, 2015
The management was amazing at Silver Cross. I did have some family emergence that came about and I was able to make up my time with no problems. I never left any of my hours worked and they have worked with me, Again another company that I would have to continue to work for however it was only temp through Medical Staffing Network.
Clerical (Former Employee) – New Lenox, IL – July 1, 2015
Great place to put a foot in the medical field. I've learned a lot caring for patients and observe what they go through in their lives each day. The hardest thing is to see patients pass away in front of me and the staff. I love all off the staff there are amazing nurses and doctors.
Staff RN (Current Employee) – Joliet, IL – April 7, 2015
Love working for Silver Cross as a Home Health RN. Coming from another Home Care agency this is a breath of fresh air. Very good Nurse to patient ratio, pay is better than average, very experienced co-workers. Management is caring and fair. So glad I made the move.
Telecommunications Operator (Former Employee) – New Lenox, Illinois – December 8, 2014
typical day was switchboard duties learned many department purposes management was one supervisor co-workers acted on teamwork hardest part of job had been learning emergency dispatch codes most enjoyable part was being available in an emergency situation
Director of Guest Services (Former Employee) – New Lenox, IL – November 13, 2014
Leading a department that touches over 250,000 lives per year requires a total commitment of 24/7. Balancing the fast pace of changes in the health care market with the personal needs employees is a constant challenge. A typical day is divided into meetings with leaders of other departments, rounding in work areas with staff and responding to requests from Physician offices and patients. The most difficult part of leading a team is leaving the office at the end of the day knowing there is still so much more work to be done. The job satisfaction as leader is to hire and train new employees who then carry the culture of customer satisfaction forward.
Telecommunications Operator (Former Employee) – New Lenox, IL – September 17, 2014
Working as a Telecommunications Operator on the grave shift hours was pretty tough at times. I was alone in a little office of the basement for eight hours. There were not a lot of calls, and it would make you sleepy most of the time. But I loved this job because I did like our work environment. It was positive and calm. I had good feelings working at that hospital. I understood what I was doing, and I loved what I was doing. Anytime anyone needed assistance whether your a patient or an employee; someone was there to help you. My managers were a huge part of the team. They constantly stayed on task of what they needed to get done. They also always visited us a many times a day to make sure everyone was okay, and they would just come and talk with us. I feel we all had a good relationship with management. The hardest part of my job was when i first started working there. I felt it was so confusing and so stressful. All I could hear was tons and tons of phones ringing and people talking. But once I sat down and experienced the rush myself, I got into the groove of things and got into my work flow. My most favorite part of the job was when a patient would call the hospital and let us know they were on their way to have a baby! Every time I took a phone call like that I would be so excited! I would congratulate them, and I felt so happy for those people.