St. Anthony Hospitals Employee Reviews

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Great place to work
Cafeteria (Former Employee), St. Louis, MOFebruary 11, 2015
When I worked at St. Anthony's, I would serve customers and make their food. I cleaned when needed, did dishes. The last months of working there I was a supervisor. I loved my co-workers and the management was pretty good too.
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Flexible, Good Benefits,
Patient Resource Assistant (Current Employee), St. Louis, MOFebruary 6, 2015
Pros: benefits
Cons: annual raises are low.
I have worked here since I was 16. I have transferred from within and worked in many departments. The flexibility of my schedule is great. Benefits are great. Tuition Reimbursement is a plus. If you have college bound kids, they can apply for a "Students of Employees" scholarship. Some area colleges also give "grants" or discounts to employees. I get tuition reimbursement and Lindenwood University also offers a grant/discount just for being an employee.
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Good company to work for
secretary (Former Employee), Rockford, ILJanuary 20, 2015
Pros: nice workplace
Cons: some evenings required
St. Anthony is a great company to work for. Employees and managers were very nice, a typical work day was busy, and it was an enjoyable experience.
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Busy most of the time with a little fun mixed in
Unit Secretary/ Emergency Room (Former Employee), Shawnee, OKJanuary 12, 2015
Hard busy work all for a good cause wonderful employees. Way to many mandatory meeting though.
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production
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Chicago, ILJanuary 12, 2015
• Displayed strong clinical skills in assessing vital signs, performing lab draws and glucose checks, and providing pre- and post-operative care.
• Adhered to safety guidelines; completed hospital’s three-hour Patient Safety Training Program.
• Ensured the accurate, timely flow of information by maintaining thorough patient records and updating healthcare team on patients’ status.
• Complied with HIPAA standards in all patient documentation and interactions.
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work
Receptionist (Former Employee), Chicago, ILJanuary 8, 2015
Pros: getting paid holiday and weekend pay
Cons: working holidays- hospitals never close
Pay was great on the weekend and holiday. Co-workers were great.
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Certified Respiratory Therapist
Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee), St. Louis, MODecember 29, 2014
My responsibilities at St. Anthony's Hospital were to administer breathing treatments in the form of nebulizer and HMIs. Also to educate patients in the use of this equipment for home use upon release from the hospital. I was also responsible for monitoring patients that were mechanically ventilated by CPAP, BiPap and ventilators.
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The nursing staff was for the most part, excellent.
Float Pool RN (Former Employee), Lakewood, CODecember 21, 2014
Pros: very good cafeteria for night staff, generous night snd weekeng differentials.
Cons: managenent not willing to stand up for nurses.
I absolutely loved working at St. Anthony's. The people I worked with were only of the best caliber. Helpful, knowledgeable and friendly.

Were it not for a highly connected patient who went to her lawyer with the complaint that I yelled at he, I would still be working there. I actuality insisted, without raising my voice, that she listened to patient teaching on Lovenox prior to refusing the med. The nursing management preferred damage control to believing that I had not acted unprofessionally. Through this I learned I should document the conversation and the patients attitude rather than being so persistent.
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St Pharmacy
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee), OKDecember 20, 2014
Pros: meeting new people
Cons: long hours and short staff
Worked with pharmacist to complete orders for inpatient hospital
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This place stinks!!
Phlebotomist (Former Employee), Okc okDecember 19, 2014
Pros: nothing
Cons: low pay and bad management
Very poor management they do not explain anything to you. You have to learn everything on your own. Lynetta phlebotomist supervisor is very rude and unprofessional I don't know how she got that position. good luck!
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Fast pace, practicing patience, flexability and tolerance.
Certified Nurse's Assistant (Current Employee), Rockford, ILNovember 24, 2014
Pros: insurance, staff.
Cons: short staffed.
Hitting the hospital floors first thing in the morning determined to treat each and every patient with the greatest of care. Learned not to take things personal by staff and patients, multi task by priority and work hard not to become mechanical.. Don't always agree with management but do respect them. Co-workers relate and have to stick together to get the job done. Hardest part of job is trying to take care of everybody needs efficiently because ultimately everybody wants something at the same time. Most enjoyable would have to be the people I work with.
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Epic Stork/ClinDoc
Epic Stork/ClinDoc Analyst (Current Employee), St Anthoy's Medical CenterNovember 22, 2014
• Participated /supported Epic Implementation at SAMC (Primarily epic stork/clindoc applications)
• Played a major role in the build & go-live of our OBIX Fetal Monitoring system & it’s integration to Epic
• Very efficient with Flowsheets, Navigators, Patient Summary reports, Workflow Engine rules, PAF columns, Patient Headers, BPAs Care Plans, Patient Education, Track Boards, SmartTools & SmartForms, Data Courier, etc.
• Extensive user role, template, sub-template, and profiles analysis and modification.
• Participated in a double upgrade from Epic 2010 to Epic 2014
• Very familiar with how Stork integrates with OpTime & Cadence
• Setup Epic outbound faxing for Perinatal ultrasound procedure documentation reports
• Lead a major workflow change with a Mom/Baby Single-Room Care Project
• Proficient in script writing for testing within Epic, including application, integrated, and smoke scripts
• Daily troubleshooting & resolution of incidents
• Composed tips sheets for clinicians
• Participate in on-call support & back-up for other applications including ASAP & Orders
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More good people
Recreational Therapist (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OKNovember 19, 2014
A lot of good people here, the building and facilities are great!
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Enjoyable, always stayed busy
Echo Technician (Former Employee), Crown Point, INOctober 31, 2014
Pros: got to meet incredible people
Working at both these two facilities was definitely enjoyable and quiet an experience for me. Coming to work was great. Learned a lot of pathology while performing Echocardiograms and Vascular studies.
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Active workplace
Client Rep (Current Employee), Oklahoma City, OKOctober 27, 2014
Always a busy office especially aroung the end of month closing.
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Very nice working environment.
X-Ray/CT Technologist (Current Employee), Oklahoma City, OKOctober 6, 2014
A typical work day may be steady or very hectic depending on patient volume. Overall, my co-workers are great to work with and exhibit a phenomenal work ethic. We function well as a team, and I learn a lot of technical/diagnostic and patient care methods as a result. I consider the toughest part of the job to be the clerical responsibilites involved when very busy with patients. The most enjoyable part of the job is taking care of patients and their families.
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nice place where you can move forward
cashier (Former Employee), Crown Point, INSeptember 30, 2014
This hospital was a nice place where you could move on.if you like to study the hospital offer opportunities
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great place to work.
Certified Surgical Technologist (Former Employee), St. Louis, MOSeptember 29, 2014
Great place to work. Loved working with the Rn's and docs. everyone in the department is a team player and we all work together to make the experience great for the patient.
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Stable position, friendly helpful co-workers
Staff Nurse Med/Surg Float Pool (Former Employee), Lakewood, COSeptember 22, 2014
Pros: a massage therapist came during night shift and great co-workers
Floating within the hospital provided variety in caring for many different types of patients. I gained more knowledge in caring for patients with strokes, TBI, cardiac, and rehab. Co-workers were great! They were the best part of this job. The hardest part of the job was being able to get everything done that one hoped to. Especially concerning patient/family education.
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Productive with several dining occasions in hospital
H.I.M. Associate (Former Employee), St. Louis, MOSeptember 18, 2014
Pros: food day
Cons: sometimes you need to get away from your desk for a short break
The most enjoyable part of the job is when I leave my job and knowing that I put forth my best effort in getting my job done, sometime the hardest part is in training trying to know everything which may put me a little behind. I work very well with my employees in every job I had. I learned that I have to manage my workload by its priority.