Secretary III (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 13, 2017
Loved being part of the saints team, but compensation is poor and advancement is nearly impossible. Being part of a non-profit can be difficult. The purpose is fantastic and all employees feel like family.
Patient Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Pond view and chandler – June 4, 2017
It was a great place to work. Their work process was easy to understand and easy to follow. My duties are clearly outlines for me at the start of my shift.I identify my clients for the night, identify and outline their needs during my shift, accomplish everything i need to do for them during the night and follow the laid down process for documentation of work.
Surgical Services Clinical Nurse Manager (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO 63128 – June 2, 2017
St. Anthony's strives to provide quality patient care on a low budget. However, this requires a lot of effort on the staff due to short staffing. I worked many hours and wore different hats due to the financial state of the hospital. They have now partnered with a large health system which I hope to see St. Anthony's benefit from.
I really enjouyed during my clincial roation here because I was able to learn my instruments really well.
Surgical Technologist extern (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 30, 2017
A typical work day involved coming in and changing into PPE. Depending on where I was that particular day I would prepare a case cart, decontaminate instruments, inspect, assemble, or wrap instruments for sterilization. I really enjoyed this rotation because I got a chance to learn the trays and specialty instruments.
Member of the STEMI (Former Employee) – Lakewood, CO – May 15, 2017
A typical day at work should of been about 10 hours but due to poor management of staff and doctors there would be several add ons, delayed cases, etc so you'd usually spend an average of 12 hours a day at work. We tended to be short staffed a lot too so we would have to work more hours. We had a great team though that would all come together to get things done and help one another out.
co workers were great and I enjoyed my job, serving patients
Registrar (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 27, 2017
Turnover of Supervisors and Employees was frequent.I learned a lot about customer care.Most enjoyable part of my job was serving patients.The hardest part of my job was seeing patients in pain or very sick.
PC/Lan Analyst (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – April 27, 2017
St. Anthony is a good place to work.
A typical day is nothing like you would plan it. Things change on the fly and I have to be adaptable at a moments notice.
Management has changed recently and there are good and bad points to the situation.
Workplace culture is good. St. Anthony comes from a catholic background so you can sense that.
The hardest part of the job is figuring out how to troubleshoot new software that no one has ever seen. But, that is also the most enjoyable because the sense of accomplishment did I feel and the look on the colleagues faces when the feel at ease is amazing.
Nice hospital with all the updated/modern equipment.
Phlebotomist Group Lead (Former Employee) – Lakewood, CO – April 14, 2017
Upper management is out of touch with employees. Over the last few years, the corporation only took benefits and perks away. Nothing added. More and more work, less employees, no raises, very stressful. Supplies and tools needed to perform job duties not available.
Good place to work if you like a fast paced environment
Clinical Engineering Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Lakewood, CO – March 30, 2017
My average day starts early with phone calls from other departments needing our help with any patient equipment from a thermometer all of the way to operating and x-ray equipment.
I learned more medical technology than I have ever thought of and how each department intertwines with the rest to keep a patient in the best care from the moment they walk in the door until they are released to go home.
The culture is patient oriented and is faith based for the care of the complete person not just the illness or injury.
Nurse Case Manager (Former Employee) – Westminster, CO – March 30, 2017
This position gave me an opportunity to care for my elderly parents, complete my master's degree and continue to work with patients and families. Was able to use clinical time for research project and apply what I was learning from Regis.
Manager of Radiology Services (Former Employee) – Pendleton, OR – March 23, 2017
I enjoyed working at St. anthony hospital because of the people and the way they meade you feel like family while working. I also enjoyed the challenges there with staffing and building a new Hospital.
Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 23, 2017
I served in the capacity of a consultant there for 10 months. The folks were friendly and accommodating. Since working there however, I have heard that they have been bought out by another healthcare system.