Questions and Answers about Carilion Clinic

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Carilion Clinic.

Ask or search question

Don't see your question? Post it publicly! Please don't submit any personal information. Guidelines
The best questions are directly relevant to Carilion Clinic.
  • What is the work environment and culture like?
  • How are the working hours?
  • What are some tips for doing well in the interview?

18 questions

Run run run! Snarky rude staff whi are on their cell phones CONSTANTLY! No team work at all. Harrasment toletated as well as bullying part of the everyday culture. No management.

Answered

See 11 answers
Report question

Be a manager! Manage and lead a team. Get out from behind your desk and find out the real issues. Confront problem people quickly and directly and nip the backstabbing. Make people accountable for poor performance and reward thise who go above and beyond. Managers depend on Clinical Team Leaders to run into their offices to tattle on their co workers. All managers need to learn servant leadership.

Answered

See 8 answers
Report question

It’s too fast paced! Feels more like factory work than a Hospital

Answered

See 8 answers
Report question

My interview went great. In fact I never filled out an application or anything at all. They found my resume online and called me. I had an interview with unit director and after 30 or 40 mins he gave me a tour around the floor. At that point I knew I was hired. I received a phone call within I week.

Answered

See 8 answers
Report question

I'm still in my orientation,but feeling exhausted,maybe too much work..

Answered

See 6 answers
Report question

Depends on your department on what hours you are scheduled

Answered

See 6 answers
Report question

I submitted an application during the summer of 1998, after obtaining my experiences aas a Certified Nursing Assistant for the state of VA. During the interview I was asked about my experiences of taking care of patients, I do love the job of taking care of patients, but it was something I did not want to do all my life. I do not mean taking care of patient, my definition is not directly or at bedside. A lot of patient need help and can be taking care of, in different ways, Such as help with medical insurance, financial questions, and explanation of their benefits.

Answered

See 3 answers
Report question

Lower management was my first line of communication with the company and just absolutely stunk

Answered

See 3 answers
Report question

PTO is not given freely by the company

Answered

See 2 answers
Report question
Claimed Profile