I enjoyed the people I worked with but want full time hours.
ANTIOCH-MEDICATION MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR (Current Employee), Antioch, CA – December 3, 2013
Pros: many nice employees that are friendly.
Cons: per diem, no benefits
I learned Epic computer skills. During the time of implementation I worked with the group to make sure that the staff was doing the charting the way it was supposed to be done. Did daily audits for a month at Sutter Delta then went to Sutter in Berkeley for a month for their implementation
I have been working basically for the Hospitalists benefit – more... to make sure the patients medications prior to admission are accurate. That we have the correct pharmacy listed for discharge. This entails talking to patients, families, pharmacies.
The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to know all the different staff on the different floors and meeting the patients that have been admitted. – less
No clear senses of direction set for goals and needed resources
Solution Architect and Lead Developer (Former Employee), Concord, CA – December 3, 2013
Not clear goals directions as many groups pushing for change of direction- is not a software application development environment. Acquiring productivity tools takes a longtime and impacts productivity negatively.
Patient Financial Advocate (Former Employee), Sacramento CA. – November 21, 2013
Pros: pot luck
Cons: two 15 minute breaks
My most enjoyable part of my job was to put a smile on all my patience faces when they learned that charity would be paying their bill and they qualify for our government programs. What I have learned working for this company is my most enjoyable helping the public so that they get the best medical needs. My hardest part of the job was turning down – more... patience that didn't qualify for cherity or any government program. – less
Project Coordinator / Interim Program Consultant (Current Employee), Sacramento, CA – November 21, 2013
Sutter Health is a leader not only in the health industry, but in my humble opinion, also in the work environment they foster. Great people who are business oriented but still keep the vision of helping patients first and foremost.
Clinical Assistant (Former Employee), Sacramento, CA – November 1, 2013
Pros: wonderful company outlook and customer care
Cons: poor management and training in some departments
Overall an exceptional work environment. As a clinical my responsibility was to control all communications both I bound and out bound for a medical doctor. I was also expected to preform all medical testing and procedures ordered by the medical doctor. I learned great organizational and customer service skills. The most enjoyable part of the job was – more... the rewarding feeling of helping others. The hardest part of the job was lack of management follow through and the loss of patients. – less
Productive and stimulating place to work with good Core Values
Surgical Technician (Former Employee), Davis, CA – October 30, 2013
Pros: patient care and safety as well as staff relations
Cons: management issues at the top of organization
I have worked at several Sutter Health Facilities in California and found that each facility seemed to have the same core values as the next. Team work was an important role everyday. As a surgical technician, I scrubbed most of the day except for a day here or there where we were choose to float between rooms to help with turn overs and pick cases. I – more... learned how to build a Urology Service from the ground up. Order supplies, instruments and making preference cards for the new group that came from another hospital. It was very challenging yet enjoyable to learn and push myself. The hardest part of the job seemed to be management in both facilities. Even the other campuses I would volunteer to work at if a tech was needed from time to time. I am not sure what the root problem was. I believe it came from the top of the organizations. Sutter Davis has had an interim manager for three years. I believe they have finally found a Permanent one. I enjoyed them all but something seemed to drive them out. The most enjoyable part of my job at both Sutter Health Hospitals was the cohesiveness of the surgical team. From the Anesthesiologist down to the Environmental Service Department. Every day the most important thing was patient care and safety yet we were able to keep work an enjoyable place to work. – less
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Stockton, CA – October 16, 2013
Pros: free lunches, from the pharmaceutical reps
Cons: pay too low but i did not care doctor was great
I WAS HIS BACK OFFICE NURSE AND HE DEPENDED ON ME FOR JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING IN THE OFFICE,HE MADE SURE THAT I HAD EVERYTHING I NEED PERSONALLY AND PROFESSIONALLY ,I LEARNED THAT IN ORDER FOR HIM TO DO HIS JOB WELL THE MEDICAL ASSISTANT HAS TO ALSO DO HERS AND HE MADE SURE THAT THE END OF THE DAY EVERYTHING WAS PREPARED FOR THE FOLLOWING DAY I HAD CO-WORKERS – more... BUT THEY WORKED IN OTHER AREAS MY MOST ENJOYABLE TIME THERE WAS WHEN DOCTOR WENT ON VACATION I WAS ABLE TO ALSO TAKE A FEW DAYS OFF,HE WOULD "I WANT YOU TO BE WELL RESTED WHEN I RETURN" – less
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – September 27, 2013
The management is absolutely horrible. They do not work with you in any way, shape or form. They lack people to work for them and they will do anything to have the person that works for them work harder than needed.
i enjoyed my assignment there. it was easy to get up and go to. people were nice.
AEROTEX TEMP. SERVICES (Current Employee), Alameda, CA – September 17, 2013
Pros: liked hours
Cons: was a temp. wish i could've became perm. employee
Good place to work. Worked there as a temp. employee. I worked in Medical Records dept. I filed, pulled charts, put loose material in correct charts. xeroxed, answered phones, faxed and helped were needed.