I’d say it’s a good place. The pay is on the lower end for non-clinical employmees.
Reimbursement specialist (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – April 22, 2018
I’d say it’s better than the other hospital in the area. You do get a full range of benefits but the health insurance could be better. They need to have a pharmacy that is open on the weekends For employees that only can get prescriptions fully covered through them.
Billing Specialist (Current Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – February 8, 2018
The job itself is a great job. I enjoy the work involved and It comes with many benefits such as working from home. However they have a very unfair/unbalanced way of determining a persons pay and people doing the same jobs are getting paid at very different levels, with some of the most experienced, good workers being paid the very lowest rate.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – January 5, 2018
As a brand new nurse in a very fast paced and stressful environment this job can be tough. But, in my unit, the teamwork is amazing between everyone from the housekeeping staff to the doctors . There are going to bad things at every job and every hospital. But, I know when people say they hate BBC, that they haven’t been to my unit. It is what you make it!
Substandard care. Backstabbing and politics override "positivity"
Team Member (Current Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – November 1, 2017
The negativity, gossip and backstabbing in this organization overpower the importance of patient care. This facility is behind the times with its care standards, spinning its wheels to establish relevancy. Administration works harder at portraying an image of "Positivity" than it does on implementing standards and changes to better serve its community. A very stressful environment. Challenges with the right hand not knowing what the left hand is doing.
I love my leadership and the people I work[ed] with...very sad to have to leave. :-(
Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI 49007 – September 21, 2017
Absolutely, hands down, the best leaders and best work environment I have ever worked within...I am saddened to have to leave but my husband was recalled to active duty military a very long ways away from our home and Bronson HealthGroup. It was a pleasurable and very enjoyable experience...thank you, all (you know who you are)...:-)
Wrost Job ever Do not do Housekeeping treat workers like there animals
Environmental Services (Former Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – September 21, 2017
Do NOT do house keeping poor management they treat workers very bad and very fast pace stressful a lot Petty write ups and drama among workers everyone only stays to bid out . There quick put you on probation or fire you for any reason place a lot racist slur against African Americans
EMR Data Abstractor - Contract WMED (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – July 11, 2017
Great people, great staff. Wonderful place to work if you can get hired in. Only worked on contract basis. Job board not updated as frequent as it should be. You apply on line and don't know if someone was selected only by word of mouth.
Contracted Human Resource Analyst (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – February 16, 2017
I worked there as a contracted employee. After beginning, I found out that if a job is posted, internal employees will be interviewed first. The company encourages internal employees to bid on positions to learn as much about the culture as possible. For this reason, you really do not have an advantage if a job is posted, especially if a qualified internal applicant wants the same position.
The culture is positive, and the employees have a lot of fun together. There is a high expectation on professionalism, strict adherence to procedures, and positive attitude.
One important note: employees are expected to adhere to a very strict dress code. If you have tattoos, they must be covered up. The reason is that Tattoos draw the attention to the person with the tattoo; instead of the focus remaining on the patient.
Registered Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – February 4, 2017
Patient centered care is focused in our every day practice. Fast paste work environment with daily goals to be met. I've learned how to accommodate with all my patients and providers. Hardest part of my job is when a patient is in pain or their needs aren't being met. My goal is to make sure everyone around me is getting their needs met safely and timely. Best part of my job is helping others or just putting a smile on someones face.