Patient Financial Services Representative (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 15, 2018
Very unprofessional with narcissistic behavior, has favorites and it shows. Poor judgment and all around bad character. Doesn't no how to talk to people. Tells lies. States that nothing never personal yet the management is always right. My way or the highway so to speak. Staff is underpaid and treated like trash.
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 10, 2018
Emory healthcare was okay for the first year until you start to notice the politics and cliques. They pay below others I believe. You can expect to have rude people to deal with everyday be it the coworkers or patients due to poor patient to staff ratios
nurse (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 8, 2018
Poor management. Body system . You will get promoted only if you know right person. Poor culture at workplace.T here is a lack of ethics that discourages nurses and medical assistants from paying careful attention to duties and customer service. As result more unhappy patient. However, manager blame staff. For plotting spot 15 min per patient. If doctor spent more time with one patient another had to wait longer. Nurse get blame for patients frustration.
RN Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Emory University, GA – November 4, 2018
One of the best employers in Atlanta or the US. The pay might be low but it's people first at Emory. Emory does not rebuke you when you make a mistake instead they get to the bottom of why the mistake occurred. It's a wonderful work environment. I feel secure and I feel like the company cares about me as an individual.
Social Work (Former Employee) – Midtown – October 29, 2018
Social service management is very disorganized and unprofessional. They do not spend adequate time with employees to make fair and reliable evaluations. They overwork their staff, show favoritism, & make promises about career advancement opportunities that are never actualized. Will also throw you under the bus to avoid confronting leadership deficits.
Revenue Cycle Development Analyst, Orthopaedics (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 27, 2018
Emory is so large that it's difficult to see the impact you make, but it's an incredible place to work. Until I left, I didn't realize how progressive Emory is. Emory is a great place to acquire imperative skills.
Progressive, Opportunity to Learn
Difficult to see your impact on the organization/patient experience
Patient Service Coordinator/Referral Coordinator (Former Employee) – Stockbridge, GA – October 22, 2018
A very busy doctor office and I learned a lot of people skills dealing with staff and providers. I worked closely with other cultures and management was great. The hardest part of the job was when the office is under staffed. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to know the staff and providers
Chaplain (Former Employee) – Emory Univ/ Decatur, and Emory at Crawford Long – October 20, 2018
I have worked in several hospitals, clinics, and also behavioral mental health clinics as well. And Emory is one of the Best: in Research, in the overall care of patients, top notched physicians, nurses, and staff. I was part of the pastoral care department in the 90's. What a privilege being part of this department with excellent and skilled pastoral care leaders, educational benefits, learning, and also great preparation for the ministry, and hospital chaplaincy and other related vocations. I count being at Emory one of my greatest blessings working with these great caring and excellent expertise. I worked at Emory/Decatur, Emory/Crawford Long, and also on - call at Children's Healthcare/ Egleston, and also temporary work at Wesley Woods/Geriatrics, and also on call at all facilities. Thank you Emory. Emory is people, not an institution. That makes all the difference !
wished I could have stayed longer/ had some health issues/ mobility and left for a clinic job/
Staff RN (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 19, 2018
Enjoyed being there- sometimes, I wish I was still there, but family comes first! The environment of managers was changing when I left, so I cannot fully speak to how things continued once I departed. The first 4 years I was there was wonderful.
Patient Access Rep (Former Employee) – Johns Creek, GA – October 18, 2018
Emory is Healthcare!!The patients, employees, physicians and community and matter as the world of healthcare is better because of Emory. I really do appreciate the foundation given as I was able to use no matter where I worked.