EVS Tech (Former Employee) – Lone Tree, CO – April 10, 2017
a typical day at work was to unsure the work invironment an excellent place to admit patients a families. The management was perfect. The hardest place is too see patients and families members going through sadness The most enjoyable part of the job is to have that opportunity to help some one during hardship
Staff Nurse Medical-Oncology (Current Employee) – Lone Tree, CO – March 30, 2017
I've worked for Sky Ridge for 12 years and had planned to finish my career there! I am heartbroken to leave a place that I call "family", where I trusted my personal medical care, where my mother was loving cared as she died of a stage IV cancer. Unfortunately my mom's death has forced me to move away with my dad. How I DO encourage a dedicated professional to check out Sky Ridge. Doggonit I want to stay!!!
Admissions Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lone Tree, CO – January 13, 2017
My typical day as a supervisor at SkyRidge I would walk around to great my staff, look at everyones times(kronos) review emails, help when needed. Schedule, help out on the front line. Meetings with, CEO or Directors from other departments. Meet with patients if they were having issues.
Interacting with people and hearing my staff tell me how proud they are of me
Backstabbing , Micro - Managed Environment , Avoid If You Can
Registrar (Current Employee) – Lone Tree, CO – March 22, 2016
Probably one of the worst positions I have ever had the displeasure of holding. Responsibility is high while compensation is low. Benefits are also subpar with a PTO accrual rate that is very low and is supposed to cover holidays, sick time, as well as vacation time.
Company purposely posts vague job descriptions so the compensation at the time seems fair, until you actually start your position and realize how much responsibility you actually carry.
Favoritism is rampant with team leads and managers siding with best friends and even family members. You will not be treated fair and you better hope you are on the right side of the clique . Besides the favoritism micro-management is very high with simple tasks taking far too long to complete due to the way they have to be completed.
The only pro to working here is the paycheck , otherwise get health care experience and move on. Trust me you are just another warm body to this company.
Pay check and thats about it.
Nonexistent breaks, short lunches, favoritism, micromanagement, petty co- workers
Certified Sterile Processing Technician (Current Employee) – Lone Tree, CO – January 18, 2016
As a current employee, I see a lot of inconsistencies. There is favoritism shown to employees by management, processes and procedures are not done the same by all employees, there is a lack of discipline for violations, to name a few. You never know what hours you are going to work as there is a lot of low volume, yet some employees get overtime consistently ( = favoritism. ) I would not want anyone in my family to be a patient here as patient safety does not seem to be a priority. Working here is like stepping back in time in terms of technology and equipment used. Currently seeking employment elsewhere as it is important for me to be proud of where I work and not have my integrity compromised.
Time off is not a problem
horrible management, low and inconsistent hours, favoritism, lots of gossiping employees
Dietary Assistant (Former Employee) – Lone Tree, CO – December 24, 2015
Odd break times.. schedule changes without notice.. minimal management, more micromanaging by peers. Pushed to work fast in an non ergonomic environment. Left to work alone with an unrealistic duty amount. You could be expected to hold 4 positions with little compensation. No standards for policies that keep patients and others safe.
Registration Clerk (Former Employee) – Lone Tree, CO – November 3, 2015
Skyridge Hospital was a great and challenging experience I was employed as one of the first employees of the new opening of the facilty. Worked in-patient and out-patient departments also worked surgery department, checking in patients due for scheduled appointments, all staff played as team workers, always there to assist one another in need. There was a variety of duties I did on daily basis a lot of turn over for new employees because of a new facility. My staff at this hospital was a learning experience from the time of my employment there for 7 years.
always had food events, and celebrations of holidays
Emergency Room Unit Secretary (Former Employee) – Lone Tree, CO – December 24, 2014
As a Unit Secretary I was able to thrive through hectic times. I enjoy multi-tasking when necessary and pride myself when a project is complete. As a Registrar, I mostly enjoyed communicating with patients, I would go into their room to get pertinent information regarding HIPAA laws, insurance information, and gathering signatures for treatment and confidentiality. I would be an asset to your organization as I have had experience with sales as well as office procedures.
Could work three days and be off four.
hardly ever could take a break during my 12 hour shift.