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Yes, urine is screened for drugs and nicotine. Blood screened for vaccines/ TB.

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Stressful, unappreciated by upper management for doing a great job. they take more and more resources away but expect you to do more and more work, a lot of which has nothing to do with patient care. they hire outside consulting firms and pay tremendous amount of money to them to tell us how to do a job they have never done a day in their life.

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They participate in 403 B and they put in 3% regardless if you put anything in your account. You are 100% vested after 3 years of service.

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I got a job offer within days of my interview. At the time of the job offer acceptance I recieved the onboarding info which can be completed in less than an hour. once onboarding was complete I got a call to schedule my health screening and drug test. I gave two weeks notice at current job and was able to start 2 weeks from the date of job offer.

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My job was eliminated, and even though I had been with this company 17 years and 10 in this position while not only working for the department that I was elimated for, but 3/4 of my job was hospital related and went to 7 different people, I wasn't given any consideration for my time, my loyality, or my work and kept in my administrative role over someone who had only been there about 8 months. Instead their means of helping was another job with company doing what I did over 10 years ago, so furthering your career is out of the question if you don't fit in management's circle. then others that you have worked with for years give you the cold shoulder because they are afraid if they dont they will be next. the only thing positive that can be said for this company is their benefits(when compared with other health care systems in area), they expect too much, only the management favorites do well/advance. this company hides behind a veil of religion and values that they dont even give their own staff. Only stay for their benefits and too many years here to give up when close to retirement.

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Yes, they do a drug test & you must have all immunizations before you start.

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Computer Science is needed at a hospital just like anywhere else, especially in the era of Electronic Health Records. All support services are needed (finance, computer, etc.)

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Full benefits are provided to full time staff including PTO and tution reimbursement, lth

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