Questions and Answers about Edward-Elmhurst Health

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Edward-Elmhurst Health.

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Way too long, forced over time, regular days can be about 10 hours for a few days at a time, 12 hour shifts and then back to work the next day at your normal time, so terrible.

Answered - Lab Processing Tech (Former Employee) - Naperville, Il

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As to be expected. Fine. Flexible schedule.

Answered - Aquatics Coordinator (Current Employee) - Woodridge, IL

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Busy lots of work.

Answered - Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) - Queens, NY

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Some days were long depending on how many patients and when the clinic would finish.

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The hours are long. Should be a 7 hour day but always longer.

Answered - Assistant Director (Former Employee) - Elmhurst, NY

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It was short timings as i was in college and it was an intern position.

Answered - Intern (Former Employee) - Elmhurst, NY

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20 hrs weekly

Answered - Intern (Former Employee) - Elmhurst, NY

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Working hours is 11.5 hrs each shift for 3 days in each week and there will be 4 days in one of that 4 weeks.

Answered - RN Staff Nurse (Current Employee) - Queens, NY

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The working hours were very well planed out.

Answered - Registrar (Former Employee) - Elmhurst, IL

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Very flexible

Answered - Phone Operator (Current Employee) - Queens, NY

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