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St. Mark's Hospital Employer Reviews

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If you like the movie the Titanic this is your place.
N/A (Former Employee), N/AJuly 28, 2014
Pros: you do get a pay check
Cons: too many to add into the box.
If you like the move the Titanic this is the place for you to work, yes it is sinking by the minute. Directors here are leaving the place left and right. Some on their own and some not. Administration is an absolute mess, and very disorganized from top to bottom. The employees general are good workers though. Buyer beware.
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Great place to work where you feel valued as an employee.
RN, Med/Surg/Oncology (Current Employee), Salt Lake City, UTJune 16, 2014
St. Mark's Hospital is a great hospital to work at because it is small enough that you are recognized as an individual employee. The hospital is also part of a large national corporation, which allows them to offer excellent benefits.
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Fun enviornment to be in great people
Pre- Registration (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UTMarch 26, 2014
Was great to talk with patients and employees through out the whole hospital., Great work enviornment.
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Good place to start
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Murray, UTFebruary 11, 2014
Pros: excellent teamwork and willingness to help and teach new rns
Cons: staffing
Great co-workers. Hardest part is the management's adherence to "the matrix" which determines how many RNs and aides work given the number of patients on the floor. Often that determination meant 6-7 really ill patients per nurse and 12-15 patients per aide.
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Overall good company to work for; benefits are excellent
Medical Laboratory Scientist, ASCPcm (Current Employee), Salt Lake City, UTFebruary 9, 2014
Overall, company good to work for. Good benefits.
Compensation not entirely fair
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Always on the move while working
Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), La Grange, TX 78945September 11, 2013
Co-workers were amazing to work with as they would help each other with daily tasks. It was very organized and offered multiple types of patients on the Med/Surg unit. The Med/Surg director of nurses was always on top of things. She would help teach me new assigned tasks as a nursing assistant. I learned how to do tasks such as proper ambulation with – more... patients, feeding and hygiene for patients, vital signs, and promoting safety for each individual patient. I enjoyed interacting with my patients to better themselves. – less
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I love my coworkers at St. Mark's.
Radiology Technologist PRN (Current Employee), Salt Lake City, UTAugust 15, 2013
The numbers and St. Mark's are dropping and as a result shifts are being cut. I did my clinical rotations at St. Mark's and have been employed there as a PRN Technologist since my senior year in the Radiology Program. I am need of more hours.
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Great place to work
Occupational therapist, per diem (Current Employee), Salt Lake City, UTJuly 7, 2013
I love working for here; however, compensation whether full time or PRN is lower than the national average and other hospitals in the area. Management is terrific!
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Good learning opportunity
Volunteer in Women's Breast Center (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UTOctober 1, 2012
Very nice co-workers
Learned more about the medical field
Learned more about mammograms
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It was okay
PBX Operator (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UTSeptember 30, 2012
Pros: mostly nice people
Cons: long hours
Not everyone loves working here, depending on which department you work in, but I didn't mind it. Nothing special. It's a good place to work.
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Administration not run well at all, need new CEO
RN (Current Employee), Surg/Ed floorJuly 12, 2014
Pros: good employees
Cons: administration
The Administration is run poorly, those in and out of Administration are like the "flavor of the month" type group, they are constantly moving in and out, and firing/hiring, very disorganized group. The employees are great, and most of the Directors are good hard workers.
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Administration ran very poorly
Infection control (Former Employee), 3900 SOuth 1200 EastJuly 1, 2014
You do not want to work for Saint Mark's. The Administration tries to drive their poor patient scores by terminating everyone and shoving someone else to try to do the job. All they are concerned about is making as much money as possible, they invest NO MONEY into employee training or any patient satisfaction, and this is the very reason their HCAHPS – more... scores are the lowest in Utah, and some of the lowest in the Country (see HCAHPS rankings). Please be beware of working at this sinking ship. – less
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Working at St Mark's
RN (Former Employee), OB/GYNApril 15, 2013
Pros: mostly nice staff
Cons: see above
Mostly great people to work with. Always working short staffed- sometimes 4 RN's short! Management took our CNA's away so you're doing total patient care on 6-7 patients! Also, this unit includes the Well Baby Nursery which is a great plus! Many days, you don't have time for lunch but you still must punch in and out for lunch. 12 hour shifts without – more... a break is very difficult! – less

About St. Mark's Hospital

St. Mark's Hospital provides a variety of health care services¬†in Salt Lake City and surrounding areas of¬†northern Utah. The hospital – Read more