Program Manager III - Information Systems PMO (Former Employee) – Mather, CA – February 4, 2016
If you enjoy working for a company that is very political where promotions are given to friends instead of based on merit. Where you receive no training and are treated as if your a slave, put down repeatedly, made to feel dumb. In constant fear of loosing your job. This may be the place for you. Multiple times I face discrimation to the point I wanted to just give up on my life. If one director does not like you she will talk to all the other directors and you will be blackballed across the entire organization. It was really bad for me. I don't wish this on anyone.
Integration Analyst II (Current Employee) – Mather, CA – February 1, 2016
Sutter is a great company to work for, very good team environment. Day to day I am challenged with different tasks and issues on the Interface Support team; the workload is overwhelming at times, but we manage to get through all the time.
Fund Development Coordinator (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – December 26, 2015
I feel fulfilled everyday to work with amazing co workers and donors. I love that my job is different everyday and I am challenged and encouraged to do my very best. The training and support from Sutter Health gives me the opportunity to do better everyday.
Convenient location, company car, get to meet new people
Accounts representative (Former Employee) – Murray, UT – December 18, 2015
I worked for sutter for over 2 years and it was the worst place I have ever worked at. This company does not care about education or experience. They will hire anyone regardless of whether or not they meet the requirements for the job. They might as well save money on posting them and just hiring their friends or uneducated cousin because that's what will happen anyway. The management reminded me of the "cool" kids in high school too stupid to graduate but still showed up even if they got nothing done. It is very unprofessional and for a company in the health care industry, they cared very little for their employees. I found this place to be not only a waste of two years but also a regression to my career. I worked off phones but started on the phones and there was no difference both had awful management. So if you're in the market for a place where favoritism is everything and your boss is incompetent then this is the place for you.
Sterile Processing Aide (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – December 16, 2015
I love working for Sutter Health( St Luke's Campus). My job was very amazing as you know I work in surgery department. I learn so much when I was there. My co-worker were the best we were like family.The hardest part of my job was to see the harvesting of a person who organs were being donated to other,but joy was another life would be save.I learn the human body is amazing and that everyone is speacial.
Very innovative, there are ping pong tables, to help employees relax
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – West Valley City, UT – October 26, 2015
My greatest issue is with QA--your time on the phones with clients and patients is gratifying. you can tell right away that they are grateful that you are trying to help them. And have listened carefully and attentively to their concern, and that you will try your very hardest to get their issue to the doctor, and therefore resolved. But when you get audited your marked down for not being sympathetic enough, your get marked down for not asking if there was anything else you could do for them. Just trivial things that have nothing to do with HIPPA, just their prerogative or they were just going thru some depression in their life, your call gets a really low score, which requires you getting some more coaching. This is the only fault that makes you not want to work with this company, any longer, and I won't recommend anyone to work here.
Company treats you employee great
QA-too many mark down that most of the time have nothing to do with HIPPA