I love the organizational culture at Centura but...
Patient Account Representative (Former Employee) – Centennial, CO – August 12, 2018
It seems the revenue cycle does not follow the organizational culture. Management is quick to write up employees who do not meet productivity standards. They do not have a training program and after two weeks of sitting with someone who doesn't know how to do your job, they throw you to the wolves to figure the job out on your own. Once you think you have the job figured out, they write you up for not meeting departmental productivity. If you are written up, you are not permitted to receive bonuses, over time, pay increases, nor can you apply for any other position within Centura for 3 months. The environment sets a tone that produces results through threats of losing your employment.
I have heard other departments within Centura do not run this way. I love Centura and how well the organization takes care of its employees. I feel the revenue cycle departments need to be renovated.
Patient Account Representative II (Former Employee) – Englewood, CO – August 9, 2018
My department was extremely stressful. Daily productivity is high while maintaining high Quality Reviews. Lacked adequate training and threaten corrective action and possible termination if minimum requirements are not met. General morale is low. There is a very high turnover.
good coworkers, benefits
Poor management, very stressful, must use PTO for holidays
ok job but very shady when it comes to workmens comp and retirement benefits.
Clinical Associate CNA (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – August 7, 2018
This company had great benifits and pay but when i got hurt on the job they totally screwed me and i got nothing for an injury that i had for life. They also gave me none of my retirement benefits after 7 years of employment saying I didnt meet the hours required on 3 of the years. Really a bad choice of employment in the long run.
Will lie if hurt on the job, no retirement scammed out of that
Medical Technologist (ASCP) (Former Employee) – Durango, CO – July 25, 2018
Everything seems to be STAT to test not enough employees too much turn over makes training difficult and people irritatable. The disrespect of others made it difficult to learn and feel welcome in the work setting. There seems to be a lot of passive aggressive behavior that makes for a uncomfortable area to work and compromise is not achieved respectfully.
Supply Chain Specialist (Current Employee) – Littleton, CO – July 25, 2018
Most people here believe in a team work environment. I find that certain people are held to certain expectations that others aren't. Communication isn't what it should be and it makes it hard to be successful in your role at times.
Lab Tech (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – July 24, 2018
New CEO has really changed the culture, and not for the better. He gives a lot of lip service to caring about employees but actions speak louder than words.
Leadership at Penrose runs the hospital like a jr high school clique, if your not in the in group your chances of advancement are non-existence. Advancement is not based on skill or ability, it only matters if you "fit in"
No communication from leadership to staff. Changes are made and the only way an associate finds out is word of mouth. They are the most deceptive, secretive group of people I have ever worked for.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Durango, CO – July 20, 2018
Not everyone was bad Pm housekeeping supervisors are horrible. Lie n never help. Sit in office and we’re allowed to have relationship with each other. Everyone on shift scared of loosing their jobs. Supervisors like it that way
Lab Assistant / Schedule Coordinator (Former Employee) – Centennial, CO – July 11, 2018
I would not recommend working for Centura Health's Corporate Office. The overall office is spoiled by the fact that they do not actually make any revenue and rely entirely on the hospitals to meet projections. Furthermore there is very little communication and structure to their business processes, there isn't even a process in most cases. Over all they pay far below the market standard, demand nearly all of your time, and will burn you the moment you try to make any improvements.
Senior Database Administrator (DBA) (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – July 10, 2018
exploits employees. tries to do too much with too few very poor managers no vacation the first year often technical people are promoted into management positions with no experience or training. My manager is disorganized and hates people.