Intermountain Healthcare
Happiness rating is 64 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    A. Marc Harrison
    62%
    approve of A. Marc Harrison's performance
  • Founded
    1975
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $5B to $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Salaries

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Benefits

Employees at Intermountain Healthcare have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

Health insurance
Tuition reimbursement
Retirement plan
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
On-site gym
401k matching
Mileage reimbursement
Flexible schedule

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 1.2K reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Nurse in American Fork, UT
on November 20, 2021
Nice people, low pay, nurses very overworked. Company tries but lacks in front line support at times. No room for growth it feels , even with advanced degrees.
Nurse in Utah
on November 16, 2021
stress and not appreciated all the time, benchmarking is bad and no body cares and we are tired and nobody cares and we are not listened to, and i am done
Security Officer in Murray, UT
on November 16, 2021
Depending on the department you work in, it can be awesome or not awesome. Overall, employees are treated very nicely by the company with resources for growth, discounted food, non expensive benefits, discounted public transportation and other cool stuff.
Patient Service Representative in Las Vegas, NV
on November 16, 2021
I loved working here but unfortunately, everyone at the clinic I worked at was a bully. The environment was always tense and coworkers were always screaming at each other. My manager never made the effort to calm everyone down and would have us do the projects her boss would assign her to do.
Medical Assistant in Salt Lake City, UT
on November 8, 2021
When I first started working for Intermountain Healthcare I felt proud and really appreciated the mission statement. I have come to realize that the company only cares about profit and are willing to put patients and staff in danger to meet the bottom line. They recently closed multiple Instacares, right before the busiest flu season, with little to no additional resources for the remaining clinics. This has caused an outrageous increase in wait times for patients coming to the instacare for quick, efficient care. It has caused immense stress on employees and an increase in errors because we just cannot keep up. We have seen an increase in turnover because of this, which has caused added stress to remaining employees who are constantly trying to keep up and train new people all of the time. We have no time to sit for even a couple minutes, we get no lunches, no breaks, and rarely time to use the restroom. And they just keep adding more and more, now having us to MAB infusions. The only good things about the company are the patients we get to care for, and the coworkers who make every day better. I can honestly say I am ashamed to work for this company now and will be trying to find a new job elsewhere.

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Interview insights

Insights from 230 Indeed users who have interviewed with Intermountain Healthcare within the last 5 years.

Favorable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a week

Interview Questions

Why should we hire you?

Shared on May 27, 2020

They'll ask you about your skills mostly, how competent you are on a computer and stuff.

Shared on November 15, 2017

Avaya software and Avaya hardware questions, as well as the scope of projects I worked on and some examples of how my skills were used.

Shared on October 9, 2017

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