Intensive Care Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Flint, MI – May 6, 2018
Had a good team at Hurley, but the groups of people were clique-ee. I learned a lot starting out in the ICU, but soon learned that management does not have our backs as nurses. Political issues get tied up in my day-to-day care of patients and I did not want any part of that. They have yet to settle on a union contract with over 2 years in negotiation, not to mention they failed to mention information about benefits during my hiring phase.
RN (Current Employee) – Flint, MI – April 10, 2018
Current culture is not friendly. Union vs Manager is always a battle. As anywhere, beware of who you trust. Breaks are a joke; there are none. Stay focused on helping others and try to rise above. This is much harder than it sounds.
Insurance Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Flint, MI – April 9, 2018
A typical day is contacting customers, trying to obtain workman's compensation insurance, and or automobile claim information, in order to ensure payment for Medical Center. Receiving calls regarding prices of different service for patients who has no health insurance. Works with various surgeons & dr. office notifying them if patient has no health insurance, or make them aware I'm trying to assist them in getting some in order for them to have their procedure. Completes 2565 for patients who has a Medicaid Spenddown which if patient meets their deductible, the insurance will turn into full Medicaid for that month. Usage of various computer systems in order to verify insurance, complete form on Champs, use of Web Denis, EPIC, etc., Assists patients with completing Personal Injury Protection application, thru Michigan Assigned Claims Plan, in order for the state of Michigan to do investigation to see if patient has no auto insurance, or does not qualify for any, according to the Order of Priority thru the State of Michigan. If patient qualifies, he/she will be assigned to auto carrier to him/her via the State of Michigan, in order to pay all medical expenses related to an auto accident.
Communication Operator (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – April 9, 2018
Great job with Hurley, I was with Kelly Services, I learned a lot within the medical field. Great management, nice people to work with. I found it kind of hard with learning the codes. I did end up being good with it.
RN BSN/CHARGE (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – April 2, 2018
I would never refer ANYONE to work at Hurley. If you are intelligent and believe in patient advocacy, not the place for you. If you are a sheep that obeys every command, have fun until they want rid of you.
used to be a great place to work, to much contraversy crowds the building.
Registered Nurse, BSN (Current Employee) – house float, med/surg, icu, ED, Mother?Baby – March 30, 2018
to much controversy surrounding contract negations, no raise in almost 3 years. i work with many great people and feel the work we do is appreciated and important for the community. as nurses we have quite a few road blocks, mostly it's the union leaders. i feel it's time for a change and since I am not in a position to be a change agent, I will move along on my own.
fellow nurses are great
no room for advancement, make the same amount as a graduate nurse and i've been their for 5 years.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – February 5, 2018
There are a lot of great employees that work there. Unfortunately due poor leadership, politics and dishonesty I would never recommend it to anyone I know. They do not value, appreciate or even look out for their employees. Managers treating staff unfair with disciplines, expectations and creating drama and distrust. Managers and Sr. Leadership do not follow the same rules as everyone else and are not held to the same standards as the employees below them.
Hurley is a great hospital and does a lot with the community. However, they need to listen, acknowledge and care about their hard working employees. Managers and Leadership should be held to the same standards as everyone else. I have never seen such drama created by a Manager in my career.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – December 29, 2017
Lots of information to give awesome service to patients but not enough staff to do it Top of the line equipment but not enough people to repair them lots of i services but during your job takes from patients and you are rushed the entire test of your day
Transcriptionist/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – December 12, 2017
you treat patients that are sick it was a good company to work for treatment of patients and employees seeing how sick some of the patients were and the benefit of seeing them leaving well or healthy the hard was knowing there maybe some you cant help
Surgical Technologist (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – November 29, 2017
What I learned from this Trauma 1 Hospital was that it was to fast paced for me. And in my field of work you must learn what your fit will be in the operating room or you are no good for the patient or the facility you work for. That is why I chose a different path.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Flint, MI – November 29, 2017
Management does not care about their employees. RN's have not had a raise in ~two years because of union/management contract negotiations, or lack of. PA/NP's have not had a raise for ~4 years. The management of this public hospital has gone as far as buying out the RN union president to have him negotiate against the contract he wrote. What once was a good place to work is now turning into an unknown and the RN's and midlevel providers are feeling the brunt of it.