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St. Luke's Health System Employer Reviews

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Great Place
Retirement Plan Specialist II (Current Employee), Boise, IDJuly 2, 2014
great place to work at, management was good at working with schedules. People are great and very team oriented.
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Great Place to work, i would recommend to anyone
customer service tool (Current Employee), Boise, IDJune 1, 2014
Great management, and everyone is able to advance in the company
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Great place to work for work/life balance.
System Capital and Service Contract Manager (Current Employee), Boise, IDApril 18, 2014
St. Luke's Health System is a growing non-profit hospital system. The people are great to work with and senior management has strong direction for accountable care.
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Excellent Opportunity
Radiology Nurse Manager / Outcomes (Current Employee), Houston, TXApril 14, 2014
Pros: wonderful staff
Cons: excellent benefits
Great place to work... wonderful staff. Huge opportunity to grow.
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Wide Range of Experiences
Home Health Registered Nurse/Case Manager (Current Employee), Kansas City, MOFebruary 2, 2014
Pros: fieldwork, professional exposure, constant problem solving, challenging patients
Cons: work/life balance, compensation, advancement, professional support
I work in KC's urban core, an area rife with crime, poverty, and few opportunities. As a home health nurse, I'm exposed to a variety of physical and mental ailments: wounds, heart failure, stroke, schizophrenia, etc.

I must assess, evaluate, and plan care for patients with limited resources to achieve optimal patient outcomes.
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Very busy and fast paced
Administrative Coordinator-Supervisor (Current Employee), HoustonDecember 5, 2013
Pros: the staff/employees
Cons: working 15 hour days
I have 25+ years experience in the healthcare field and received my BBA Healthcare Mgt in 2005 and I am in the process of getting certified as a Certified Coding Associate (CCA) and will graduate May 2014.
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Good place to work
Admin (Former Employee), Houston, TXNovember 13, 2013
Good place to work. Decent benefits. Free Parking. Training opportunities.
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Cares more about the bottom line than the patient experience
LPN-CNA (Former Employee), Meridian, IDAugust 17, 2013
Management does just that. They manage from their offices, rarely coming down to the floors to talk to nurses. Patients do not know who the upper management is.
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Horrible place to work no abvancement unless u kiss butt..
Supply Associate (Former Employee), Kansas CityMarch 12, 2013
Would not ever go back management is horrible not to mention the hr dept. Please use caution when accepting a job from St. Lukes
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Have to be in the good ole boy club to advance.
Lead Plant Operator/Fire Systems Technician (Former Employee), Boise, IdahoJuly 10, 2012
Pros: helping sick people
Cons: no training, left to fend for yourself, no support from management.
St. Luke's Health Systems building services department is a risk job with no oppertunity for advancement. The director and manager are best friends that are threatened by anyone that has knowledge about the facilities they try operate. They are narrow minded and are only concerned about their careers and will step on anyone to get ahead.
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Long Hard days
Service Associate (Former Employee), Kansas City,MissouriApril 20, 2012
Pros: had a good work team
Cons: short break, bad equipment to work with, little to no communication with bosses, and the cut backs they made
work hard and long i learned nothing is promised management was subpar at best co-workers were amazing hardest part of the job not enough equipment the best part of the job was when I got to go home
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Great service for the community
Lead Plant Operator/Fire Systems Tech (Former Employee), Boise, IDMarch 20, 2012
Pros: pride in the job
Cons: not much room for advancement and raises are small
Any job at the hospital gives the employee a sense of value and a feeling of contributing something positive to the community. All phases of the organization are needed to promote a place of excellent healing. The company has a great mission and provides the best care in the valley.