Questions and Answers about Centura Health

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I used to remove paint in the south stairwell. It was fun.

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I would wait until after September 1st. Banko will be taking over at that time and he has been waiting in the weeds for the past year. Many of us expect him to start with massive layoffs, especially in the lower paying areas.

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Be related or a friend of the mangement of the revenue cycle

Answered - Credit Specialist (Current Employee) - Centennial, CO

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Behavioral interviews that need a situation and an outcome

Answered - Hospitalist RN (Current Employee) - Pueblo, CO

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They will not spend money on ensuring a smooth running, organized front office. (We often were working out of milk crates, and would use stacks of printer paper to lift our computer monitors)

Answered - Office Specialist (Former Employee) - Parker, CO

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Be a team play

Answered - Account/Cash Analyst (Former Employee) - Denver, CO

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Dont apply, management and care at this hospital is lacking. They say this is a religious atmoshere, its not even close. Its all about the $

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Don't apply. They are currently laying off 10% of their staff.

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Ask about the culture of the department and think long and hard before accepting a position. There are many cliques.

Answered - Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - Colorado

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Tell them what they want to hear they will hire you and the drug test is easy to pass.

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