Drug Screener (Former Employee) – Pueblo, CO – April 20, 2018
on a daily basic input client/patient info into system, collect urine samples and either tested on site or sent off to lab. My management was a great set up people to work for. the workplace was friendly and easy going. the most enjoyable part of work was knowing you were going to go to work and meet new people everyday
had team lunches, work with a great team
really no cons, as long as you wanted to work and did your job you had nothing to worry about
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Longmont, CO – April 8, 2018
Get ready to move at a fast pace. Checking in new patients along with discharging patients to go home. Lifting and transferring patients from beds to chairs and back, assisting patients to the bathroom along with their daily living skills of bathing, brushing teeth etc... This is all done while answering patient call lights and helping out RN's on the floor with intake and output of each patient.
PATIENT ACCESS SUPERVISOR (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – April 4, 2018
Great benefits. An overall good place to work. The training process is a little long and some key items are missed. Many different departments and managers so everyone's experience here is going to be different.
Refund Reconciliation Specialist (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – March 30, 2018
Excellent company to work for- management has your back when it comes to decisions. The managers that I worked with were not micromangers they ensured that you had the resources needed to do your job and trusted you to use those resources wisely. Overall a good company to work for.
Very good pay and benefits, breaks were reasonable and overtime if needed was approved.
Histology Technician (Former Employee) – Lakewood, CO – March 30, 2018
The job description doesn't mention performance of embedding, cutting, or staining. It's misleading. What they need is a Histology Lab Assistant instead of a histology tech (according to the duties). There's a pay difference between the two, and one assumes the company is going to pay as a histology tech, doing the job as a lab assistant. Applicants should inquire about this.
Technician (Former Employee) – Lakewood, CO – March 30, 2018
Centura should change the title to "Histology Lab Assistant". Nowhere in the job description does it mention performing embedding, cutting, IHC, or special stains. There is a huge pay difference between a lab assistant and a histology technician. A histology lab assistant is what they need according to the job description. It's misleading.
Executive Director (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – March 28, 2018
I LOVED MY JOB!!!! Working with the residents and getting hear their stories was amazing. There was nothing hard about this job, The food was great, the staff was great! I taught exercise and it was easy to forget I was at work.
The direction changes suddenly and without much warning
Human Resources (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – March 27, 2018
Started out with a great team, but have seen a complete turnover in the almost 2 years in leadership and HR. Do not align with the current decisions being made. Does provide good care and safety for our patients.
EVS Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Littleton, CO – March 26, 2018
Would recommend anyone working here. If you love people and adore helping others anyway you can. Work here. I had to relocate or I would still be working for this fantastic organization. They taught me so much. Thanks, Centura Health.
C.T. Technologist (Current Employee) – Westminster, CO – March 21, 2018
Some really great staff. Can be a very stressful and toxic environment. But if you can stay out of the drama, it's fine. There are many different locations to work, and you see a huge variety of things.
RN (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – March 19, 2018
Management is a tribe of likeminded, uncaring, toxic, EVIL entities. I cannot call them humans, since they don't have a heart. Calling this organization a "Christian " institution with "Christ Like Values" is an insult to any religious person. It is unbelievable how uncaring, money hungry, and cold-hearted management is. Jump the ship while you can! Look at Pueblo. Colorado Springs Penrose Main "Purge" has already begun... they fired a 39 year long employee without warning (!) about 10 days ago. 39 years this RN worked for our community and management let her go. Now think about that for a moment... Almost 40 years. And THIS is the RESPECT they gave her... I am so glad I quit before all this happened. 1. Management is incompetent and run by heartless liars. 2. I bet Penrose Hospital is splitting from Centura Health. 3. Find another job/ don't work there before the job frenzy starts.... 4. RUN....
IT - Epic (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – March 10, 2018
I worked in IT and the company is falling behind comparable organizations. I did not wake up wanting to go to work, but I didn't dread it either. They have the potential to do great things to advance healthcare but senior management seems more concerned with profit margins. They are a faith based organization but again they seem to put profit ahead of caring.
casual work environment
poor leadership at all levels, disconect with stated mission and actual organizational objectives
Research Coordinator (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – March 3, 2018
Pride is taken in patient care and there is a very high satisfaction rating at my hospital. The wheels of administration spin very slowly however and there doesn't seem to be a training program for managers. The most difficult part of my job is office drama. The best part of my job is helping patients and having a good relationship with my coworkers.