Sr. Software Developer (Former Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – September 6, 2018
It is relatively small and as such there is no space to make any career advances. Company dedicates funds to keep the knowledge relevant in industry and open to provide necessary training, classes and conference participation. Which is greatly appreciated. Management is always specific to group, could not make generalization. The focus of organization stays on serving patients, not the high-tech product. Hence there is not much space for software experiments and utilizing modern tech stack. Not to level get bored but be ready to work on what has been given for years.
Training Project Management Lead (Current Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – August 21, 2018
I truly enjoy working for JMH. The team that I oversee is extremely talented. Currently, we could use more flexibility in our current remote policy. One of the biggest issues is that we lack is cohesiveness in management. Promotional opportunities are limited at JMH. Team members are rarely promoted and do not feel their is enough growth in this organization.
Great organization overall with excellent benefits
Old school management, like most healthcare companies
Finance Manager (Former Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – July 9, 2018
American Healthcare is in need of disruption to improve outcomes while reducing cost. This requires leadership that can take a fresh look at how healthcare is delivered, and can make the kind of changes needed to break old models and mindsets.
Director of Contracts and Payor Relations (Former Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – May 29, 2018
John Muir is a great place to work but the executive I reported to was not a good fit for my liking. My peers were great to collaborate with and learn from and the C-suite executives have a clear vision for JMH.
License vocational nurse (Former Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – April 9, 2018
Very professional environment to work Learned and cross trained to become a phlebotomist as well as orthopedic technician Management is excellent on all aspects Because of my love for nursing I cannot pinpoint any hard part but is all enjoyable and pleasing environment to work, extremely culturally sensitive.
Interim Controller-contract postion (Former Employee) – Walnut Creek, CA – March 26, 2018
All healthcare organizations are a refection of the healthcare industry and profession and thus the atmosphere and John Muir and other similar organizations is and was more formal but not stuffy. I performed contract positions there several times (8 to 10) over 10+ years and would go back in a minute even though that would entail living out of a hotel several nights each week. Unquestionably the best client I have ever served. Only negative is coat and tie Mon. through Thursday (casual Fridays) but that was a minor negative compared to the assignments and the way I was treated.
Exciting assignments, great folks to work with and for, paid well and on time.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Brentwood, CA – February 26, 2018
I have never seen so many employees out on stress leave at one time. They keep adding more responsibilies without the help to maintain them. Never given enough time for catch up for your non patient care responsibilites.
Registered Nurse (RN) (Former Employee) – Concord, CA – February 19, 2018
JMH is going through many many changes and it can be very stressful. Overall I loved working for them. I would not go back to the Walnut Creek campus as it is non union for nursing and there are zero protections.