Charge Nurse (Former Employee) – Glendale, CA – March 25, 2019
Glendale Memorial is one of the best places to work, Employees with heart. I enjoyed my time there immensely. I joined the hospital in 1998, and left several times only to return. I finally left in 2016 after graduating from a psychiatric nurse practitioner program. If not for that I would have stayed until retirement. I miss my coworkers and medical staff.
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – March 20, 2019
This is my first Security job and my supervisor and employees have been very supportive. They trained me well and willing to answer any questions. The management team has provided opportunities for growth.
Ultrasound Technologist (Former Employee) – San Luis Obispo, CA – March 15, 2019
Dignity Health has wonderful benefits where I worked and the manager tried to provide an excellent work environment. The best pat of the job was interacting with the patients in a culture where there experience was important to all that worked there,
Food Service Staff (Former Employee) – Merced, CA – March 14, 2019
Hard place to work central verification always asking for more then you can do. Working in the main hospital is great. I was a food service worker for 5 year and I loved it. I got along with everyone from Dr, RN,CNA’s.
Director (Current Employee) – Folsom, CA – March 14, 2019
Unfortunately, the amazing focus on marginalized populations is sullied by the mismanagement that is abundant. There is almost no leadership development or any work to retain talented people. Territorialism and silos abound.
focus on those most in need
poor management, poor fiscal management, sketchy compliance with CMS regulations
Director of community health and clinics (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – March 7, 2019
Repeated change in senior leadership in last five years has led to reactive and poorly thought through business and strategic decisions. Unstable and unsupportive hospital work environment. Hospital work culture is not alligned with stated work culture and values.
Dedicated hospital workers.
Hospital out of touch with its community/patients needs.
Patient Access Specialist (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 7, 2019
Hard place to work central verification always asking for more then you can do. Working in the main hospital is great. I was unit clerk for a year and I loved it. I got along with everyone from Dr, RN,CNA’s.
Registered Nurse Emergency Department (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – March 7, 2019
Working in the ED is very busy. There are a lot of missed lunches and breaks. Short staffed is almost the norm. The work ratio is not always followed. It also depends on what area you work in the ED. Front end is very busy, while in the back you almost always stick to your 4:1 ratio.
Steam Plant Engineer (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – March 5, 2019
I enjoyed working for Dignity Health. Four stars across the board pretty much sums up all there is to say. There is a great deal of good people working there helping the community with all that they do.
Community Health Integration Specialist (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 5, 2019
Dignity Health is a great place to work. They provide outstanding benefits, great pay, flexible hours, and truly care about their patients. The workplace culture is amazing and they really stand by their values and morals.
Financial Business Partner (Former Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – March 4, 2019
Working here was actually ok. The accounting department was in my opinion overstaffed and struggled in doing their job each month. Working in finance I caught more that a few accruals that missed being reversed. People were clickish and not really open to new employees in terms of training.
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 4, 2019
Great company to work for been here for two years but after realizing that they don't really care about your safety is when its time to move on to something where you get paid well and are in a safe environment where they give you the tools to stay safe or keep other individuals safe.
Analyst & Trainer (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – March 3, 2019
Hired to train and implement new EHR. The work itself was not hard, getting the "shot callers' to make a decison was. Thoroughly enjoyed the people I met along the way and wouldn't mind working for them again.