Logistics Specialist (Current Employee) – Bloomington, IN – May 10, 2018
Very busy in the morning staffing units with employees who called in sick.The reason I am leaving this position is relocating in Indianapolis. I am currently FTE and now the job is relocating to Indianapolis in which I have no desire to drive on a daily basis.
Medical Assistant/Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IN – May 8, 2018
I worked for this company before it was included in the IUPI. It was Bloomington Hospital when I worked there. The manger in the Lab was HORRIABLE. Did not care that you had cancer or other medical conditions keeping you from being able to do your job.
Patient Care Assistant (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 8, 2018
A typical day at work consists of assisting patients with bathroom help. Vitals are taken 3 times a shift. Sometimes as a tech, my responsibility consists of drawing blood for labs. The hardest part of the job is being on your feet for 12 hours and seeing patients decline rapidly. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to know and engaging with different patients, learning their story.
The position was a consulting position; I enjoyed working there.
Physician Trainer/Analyst Consultant (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 7, 2018
The position was a consulting position.The environment was conducive for working, the culture was nurturing and encouraging. The administration was prepared for the implementation, consequently, training went smoothly.
Adjunct Chaplain (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 3, 2018
IU Health is dedicated to providing good patient care to its patients. The struggle is retaining a staff that is diverse enough to adequately serve the socio-economically diverse patients and families that come through the hospital.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 28, 2018
I worked at IU Health for over 13 years; My attendance record was perfect; always great reviews and praise. I was a definite team player and praised by both staff and management. I worked with management and staff across the board (all of the state) and with various vendors and companies who had contracts with our departments.
The last few years of my employment saw numerous leadership changes. My boss of 10 years was let go; my new boss of a year, whom I dearly loved, was put into another area (other building) after he returned from surgery.
Many staff either transferred or left. The whole department was quite shaken by the many changes. Another boss, then another, and then one day, without notice, I was called into my newest boss's office and told my job was eliminated. How would anyone feel with that shock...being a widow and thinking my job family was there for me.
Nope, BIG took over. I was devastated and wondering what ever had I done. I realized later that it wasn't just me; I was part of a lot of others getting the same treatment.
3 weeks later was National Secretary's Day! I always was praised on that day. That year, nothing; not even an email!
Although I think IU Health is a great place to work, a wonderful hospital for patients with some of the world's best doctors; and I love the remaining staff...the way top management looks at its workforce is the pits! It is very destructive. They seem to value the almighty dollar more than human life.
Patient Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 27, 2018
For the amount of time I was there, I really did not learn much other than to rebill claims that denied every 30 days. I had some training in one area, however it was only for 2 days and the person I was replacing who was training me started her new position at a new company.
Short Stay Observation Staff RN (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IN – April 13, 2018
Worked 12 hr. shift, 3 days/week. Co-Workers made the shift easier with team work focus. "Clicks" formed among many nurses made work environment poor/stressful. Good team work. Management could have "tunnel vision", not take into account "all" information for a complete picture. One sided at times. Co-workers made the shift fun & easier. Hardest part of the job was keeping up with the younger, new graduates!
"Clicks" among staff that can sabotage others unfairly.
Unit Secretary/ PCA (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 3, 2018
I loved this job. I didn't leave because of management or people I needed to grow as a person an in this particular position there was no room for growth. The best part were the people I worked with and the patients I was able to take care of. Management went from good, to not so good, back to good again from what I hear. Here was a very good team environment.