Front Office Manager (Current Employee) – Rancho Mirage, CA – May 8, 2018
Eisenhower is a great company to work for. The best hospital in the coachella valley. I loved my management and co workers and if i didn't have to relocate i could see myself retiring from this company.
Surgical Technologist (Current Employee) – Rancho Mirage, CA – May 2, 2018
I’m still with EMC . The nurse educator is arrogant and a snake. She will manipulate any situation to fit her needs. You must kiss major butt here to have a decent day to day. Bunch of winy old ST’s as well with a few exceptions.
Cardio thoracic surgery CMAII (Current Employee) – Rancho Mirage, CA – April 6, 2018
Eisenhower as a whole has flaws all over the department I worked in did not have any structure don't doctors being stuck in their ways the manager and coworker we're great but the doctors were unbareable. Eisenhower is good for the higher positions they forget about the little people
Laboratory Technician Assistant (Former Employee) – Rancho Mirage, CA – April 6, 2018
Working in the Laboratory was an incredible experience, Great opportunity for learning and growth in your career. Staff were all hard-working compassionate people. Management is way underqualified and unprofessional.
Great atmosphere to work with, coworkers are are hardworking and professional
Interventional Radiology (Current Employee) – Rancho Mirage, CA – April 1, 2018
I am a current employee and can't leave since I accepted a relocation bonus. In my department, IRL, the nursing supervisor is very knowledgeable , but shes just doesn't have the people skills to convey it to her employees.
The Education department is pretty useless. I was given 1 whole day of general orientation and sent to the floor. No basic education on hospital policies: blood transfusions, restraints...I was expected to find it on the computer and read them. I was told by someone else that she was a tech. went back and got her RN and was given 30 days of orientation...as a new nurse.
Nursing supervision, never seen those people...
Staff...Now thats another story. The majority of the nurses think that they are perfect because they work at a Magnet hospital or they have their BSN or MSN. Sorry ladies and gentlemen, It takes more than a piece of paper to be a good nurse. There is a lot of the "peter principle" going on here, unless they don't like you. It is VERY cliquish here.
ER TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Rancho Mirage,CA – March 27, 2018
This ER was busy. I started in the transportation department and became an ER Tech when I received my EMT license. I learned to assist with many things from suturing, urology, respiratory, bone-setting, etc. I settled patients in their beds and did whatever the doctors ad nurses needed done.
Surgical technologist extern (Current Employee) – Rancho Mirage, CA – March 7, 2018
whoever comes up with the important decision has no idea of what goes on in the workplace, the administration is totally disconnected from everyone else and payroll has what is called a blended rate for 12-hour shift that doesn't make any sense and even though they said is the same; it is not.
Clinical Care Coordinator (Current Employee) – Rancho Mirage, CA – March 6, 2018
Eisenhower is one of three hospitals in the area, and is the only hospital I have ever worked at. Because of the advancement opportunities I have received, I never thought to relocate to another local hospital. Eisenhower worked hard to receive its Magnet status, and management works hand in hand with its nursing staff.
Eisenhower offers great benefits and I believe salaries are equal to the other hospitals in the area. While the other two hospitals are union, Eisenhower has stayed competitive and nursing has not had to opt for a union.
Great team spirit with management leading their group
Not enforcing their policies, for example: people calling off more than the alloted time.