Its a growing hospital with some current financial difficulties, so it could go either way now... but health care is always growing and making money so I am sure they will be ok
Answered - Sonographer (Current Employee) - Minneapolis, MN
May be in trouble 2/2 ? future of Medicaid and Affordable Care Act.Large cuts being proposed by conservatives in congress.
They did not prepare or even think about what wpuld happen if they biilt that new building. They laid off people to have money for the building but lut their employees at an all time low morale throughout. No one is saying what will happen next all they know is that the building needs ro be finished on time. And after all the lay offs the same jobs were put back up as open. What waa the point? They are hiring inexperienced supervisors and management to take over the role of the person who they fired after years of employment. Combining job titles is putting a workload on people amd they are fleeing fast.
I fear they did not prepare well for the new building. There is no funding for all new equipment and now the old, worn out equipment will be brought over. They did not design for growth, in some cases having less seats in the new building, than current employees moving over.
Answered - Supervisor (Current Employee) - Minneapolis, MN
It continues to grow and change keeping up with the medical needs of the people.
Answered - Surgery and Anesthesia Coder (Former Employee) - Minneapolis, MN
Poor,need better management and leadership
Answered - Nursing (Former Employee) - Hospice
I am nervous about all the lay offs. And how this may effect patient care. Also there is this feeling of uncertainty.
Answered - Senior Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) - Minneapolis, MN