Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Newburgh, IN – November 4, 2018
Management has no REMORSE and does not care about the employees. Need to learn to be a little more lenient with time. Management is not confidential with employees information at all. They also have their picks on employees. Definitely need to look into better management. They choose cheap over what works best for the employees. Management also needs to in hours on the floor doing what we do to know what's best. The job is very physical and they just sit on their butts in their office. No interaction whatsoever
Environmental services representative (Current Employee) – Newburgh, IN – January 7, 2019
EVS is a great department to work in. The management team is flexible with scheduling, working around school schedules and needing days off on a short notice. EVS department also allows you to work with patients without being the one that has to poke and prode them. Love everyone that works in EVS!
PCT/Lab (Current Employee) – Evansville, IN – December 12, 2018
Deaconess is a fantastic place to work! They are fair and consistent with pay. Benefits are amazing! It is hard work, but the good that is done for the community by Deaconess and its staff is better than any healthcare system around!
Customer Service II (Current Employee) – Evansville, IN – January 3, 2019
I have no complaints about this wonderful company. I had a set schedule and was paid a reasonable rate of pay. I received great benefits that allowed me to properly take care of my family. Deaconess offers a variety jobs at several different locations.
Great health system to work for, family like atmosphere
Clerical (Current Employee) – Evansville, IN – December 21, 2017
I would recommend Deaconess as a place of employment, good benefits, family like atmosphere, career advancement opportunities, and we are constantly growing which leads to other opportunities. My co-workers are the best, most of them are like family. Great morale, I could walk down the hall and other employees will smile and ask how my day is. Comforting to know we are all working as a team.
Employee appreciation, Pto, good work life balance, bonus', transfer opportunities, co-workers
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – December 17, 2017
I appreciated the chance to work but the workplace culture was stressful and competitive. Favoritism was shown.The hardest part of the job was never the patients but some of the co-workers, Bad communication by management. Physicians possessed attitudes and egos that were many times unbearable and abusive in their manner.
competitive pay and benefits
Constricted where to get my care and prescriptions
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – Evansville, IN – October 28, 2017
Certain managers here play favorites with staff members, and do not abide by the rules that they hold everyone else to. Making it an uncomfortable situation when confronted. The managers will have their phones out on the floor, and show up late to work, and leave early so that they can get a massage, but when another employee on the floor has a family emergency or needs to trade shifts, the managers are very unwilling to cooperate unless they are in the managers circle of friends.
manager in es didnt care if you cleaned well just get room done
ES (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – December 27, 2018
mangers had their favorites. Managers got very mad if they had to do any work to help. Gateway managers just wanted room cleaned as fast as u could do it not really caring if it was cleaned just get it done for another patient.
Nurse (Current Employee) – Evansville, IN – September 17, 2017
I truly enjoy my position as a nurse with Deaconess!!! I work in a office setting at the clinic! The providers and management are truly amazing! I have worked in the same office now for a cumulative 5-6 years! We are a large and busy office! Sometimes I do feel underpaid for what we do in our office but even with that I love my job and have no intentions on leaving! Great Benefits! Lots of structure!
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – May 28, 2018
Managment was horrible. Promising to try and make things better, but never followed through. Did not care about how long you worked there, based work ethic only on attendance. Never asked coworkers or preceptors about TRUE work ethic. Showed no empathy towards their employees, when there were family emergencies. HR never followed up on any complaints towards management.
phlebotomy (Former Employee) – main campus laboratory – August 22, 2013
Deaconess laboratory is a horrible place to work and it’s obvious by the high turnover rate. The employee’s will team up and mental abuse certain people until that person quits or they find a way to get them fired. I was shocked by the maturity level and unprofessionalism of ‘some’ of the employee’s. They don’t tell you about babysitting in the job description. Sometimes it feels like your sitting for a bunch of loud obnoxious and unruly teenagers that don’t want to work. When they’re not sitting around on their cell phones they like to start office drama and gather together their click. When the main supervisor is there she spends most her time shopping online or walking laps around the hospital in her gym clothes with her friend. She does not like to spend time getting to know her workers. The reason for the high employee turnover rate might also be because she likes to fire people without warning.
Clinic employee (Former Employee) – Clinic – October 24, 2014
working in the clinics are aweful, under staffed most days, the phone systems are lacking, the management has no clue what they are doing. no type of deligating or spreading out the work load- you will be swimming with work and someone else will be walking around and chatting to everyone and not doing their job. Most of the employees are women who gossip, set up other employees, and wear them down until they eventually quit or get fired. On the plus side they do offer awesome benefits if you can keep your head above water.
Mental Health Technician (Current Employee) – Evansville, IN – January 27, 2016
I have worked at Deaconess for 5 years and I wouldn't want to work anywhere else! I will likely retire from Deaconess. It is an amazing company that stands for what really matters...exceptional patient care. Deaconess not only cares about the patients but also their employees. There are so many perks and benefits that most companies don't care to offer their employees (tuition reimbursement, 401k Match, company discounts, free gym membership, paid certifications, bonuses, etc.). The rumors of Deaconess culture are true! Everyone really is like family. I've worked in various departments and the teamwork is amazing. Management is fabulous! They care about their employees and do everything they can to help you grow in your knowledge and career. They are also willing to work with you on your schedule. Deaconess continues to grow and I know that I have job security. With the continued growth there is room to advance as well as the option to change departments. I really can't say enough about the company and my experience. I enjoy coming to work everyday and that is priceless.
IT Analyst III (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – July 19, 2017
Promote a bad culture of politics within the office. Leadership does not acknowledge the amount of work the employees are required to put in to get their workload completed. Leadership does not understand the scope of the work that is performed based on updated technology and electronic health records.
Clerical (Current Employee) – Evansville, IN – January 9, 2017
Great place to work, people are so friendly, really like family. We work hard, but it is very rewarding. Management from the top down is visible are care about the community, the employees, and most of all the patients.
Risk Management Intern (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – March 6, 2018
Risk Management is an intimidating field. I spent most of my time organizing their database, however, there were many stories of claims that were difficult, invalid, or otherwise unusual. It took a trained eye and a lot of policy knowledge.