Night shift Staff RN (Former Employee) – Gaithersburg, MD – July 7, 2018
I enjoyed working at Shady Grove. Unfortunately, I was working night shift and that did not work well with my family life. I left for a day shift position that was available elsewhere and with better pay.
RN on Medical/Surgical and Observation units (Current Employee) – Illinois – September 22, 2018
excellent team environment, employees are being treated with high respect regardless of cultural differences, managers that care about their teammates, flexible schedule, opportunities for advancement in career or job description, help always available when needed.
Adventist healthcare is a great place to work. It is always a great feeling working for a Organization that's teaches you all the tools you'll need to know for their company plus through out your life.
Registered Nurse (RN) (Current Employee) – CO – September 10, 2018
Strong team, great community feel. Managers are usually good about working with employees but not a lot of professional development opportunities in some departments. Some of the managers don't have a lot of experience and don't take criticism well. If you're in you're in otherwise this may not be the system for you.
Some of midddle management are not held accountable when they should be.
Paramedic (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 22, 2018
A typical day, in the Emergency Department, at Adventist Health Orlando is stressful and challenging. However, I continue to learn each and every day. The management team comes from both new and veteran employees. The workplace culture is highly competitive but supportive. The hardest part of the job is losing patients to illness and injury. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with a top tier group of medical professionals. Saving lives is the best feeling in the world.
Appreciated the flexibility of time as a member of the leadership team
Supervisor, Accounts Payable (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – August 20, 2018
A typical day was putting out fires. I learned to trust the relationships I had built with my team. Current leadership did not impose fair and equitable treatment of all staff. The workplace culture was do as I say, not as i do without regard to other leaders input. The hardest part of my job was the constantly not having positive support, encouragement or acknowledgement. The most enjoyable part of my job was the teams and staff i worked with.
Respiratory Care Practitioner (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – August 16, 2018
Training was inconsistent and management did not listen to training concerns. The person training me was unhelpful and using their personal cell phone in patient care areas as well as throughout the entire shift instead of working. The company itself seemed like a great company but the respiratory/pulmonary department was managed poorly. Also, I was told by multiple employees that my car "might get broken into" while I was at work. You'd think security could get a handle on this.
Data Entry and Coding Specialist (Former Employee) – Hanford, CA – August 13, 2018
My typical day at work, I would arrive there around 5 a.m. I would open the office for the other coders. We worked independently most of the time. So the environment was pretty good. Enjoyed my co-workers. They hardest part of the job was not getting your job done in a timely manner ( when there is a quota you have to meet) because there are always phone meetings.
Patient Care Coordinator (Current Employee) – California – August 9, 2018
So much dram at AH rural clinic. No advancement and it's all about corporate numbers and getting people in and out. Would get over 100 calls a day with NO help and do the job of 3 people because there wasnt enough staff to help facilitate the office and patients. High turn over either staff and they pay nothing with a tiny "raise" yearly. Was promised advancement and a raise and recieved nothing. They are not competitive to other hospitals and clinics. Go to In - n - Out burger, they pay more. I was threaten by another employee and nothing was done. The only person done with this job, is me! Tired of being walked on and nothing done about it.
Admitting Clerk (Former Employee) – California – August 9, 2018
Work, no breaks if it's busy. Not even allowed to drink water at your desk. Being watched like a hawk waiting for you to make a mistake. Send you floating all over the county, sometimes even an hour away for the same lousy pay. Not worth it, Other health care systems around treat you better.
None i could think of
Bad management, favoritism, no room for advancement, too little pay for the amount of work they do.
n/a, wouldn't recommend anyone i know or like to work for this place, totally, Discriminate against disabled, treat anyone on workers comp terrible, regardless of your history and how good of a employee you were, seem to me i was only a number
The lab saw some drama, but for the most part things were good.
Phlebotomy Technician (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – August 3, 2018
Had a couple coworkers who continuously caused drama while I was working there, however it didn't tend to affect me much. The manager I had (who is no longer there) was phenomenal. Most of my coworkers were very hard working and good, wholesome people. The hospital staff overall is amazing, and they work together so well to save lives. I enjoyed working there very much, most days. Scheduling occasionally was hectic, but it tended to get sorted out fairly quickly.
Good cafeteria food, friendly staff, hardworking medical teams
Erratic scheduling that was subject to change at a moment's notice, some coworkers brought drama to the workplace where it doesn't belong