Emergency care management Specialist (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 17, 2018
The past 15 years at Kaiser has been great. A wonderful provider of medical care. Well organized and truly cares for members and employees. Only reason I am seeking employment elsewhere is that I wish to relocate to southern Georgia. Kaiser will not allow relocation
Scheduling Coordinator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 20, 2018
This was a great company to work for the management when I was there were into clicks and that was not what I was there for I was there to work. The pay is great I lefted to move ahead but going to Anthem I was underpaid when I compare the two companies.
The best place I’ve ever worked with a solid mission, vision and values
Director, Quality Assurance (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 19, 2018
During my 16 years at Kaiser Permanente, I was afforded the opportunity to advance within the company five times. They promote from within, give you the opportunities necessary to learn, grow and promote within the organization.
Well run organization from the CEO down, fantastic people working for the organization and fantastic numbers
Desktop Support Technician (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 3, 2018
Traveling to various locations troubleshooting IT issues. Independent working environment, meeting new people and collaborating with co workers on difficult IT related issues (ie upgrade of workstations).
Health Communications Intern (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 22, 2018
As an intern, I didn't receive benefits or have job security since it was an internship. Other than that, I had a great time working with Workforce Health and Health Education as a Health Communications intern. Very friendly work culture.
Rewarding place to work as a trailblazer in health care
Marketing Consultant (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 3, 2018
Kaiser Permanente is a great place to work if you're solution oriented and willing to function in a learn-as-you-go environment. Although Kaiser Permanente is not a technology company, its dated and absent of efficient processes and workflows
KP has great benefits, but still leaves a lot to be desired pertaining to mgmt.
Configuration Analyst - Benefits Data Validation (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 29, 2018
Unfortunately, KP has a lot of ppl in positions they are not qualified for and even though Mmgt is aware of this, the majority of the time nothing is done about it because there is a lot of favoritism. Those who have been with the company for a long time receives a pass, even when it's known they aren't performing at their appropriate level. Also, the communication in this company across ALL departments and levels needs improving.
Call Center Advice Nurse (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 24, 2018
I worked as a call center advice nurse for Kaiser Permanente after I was laid off from GMC and thought this would be a new learning experience for me. Believe me it was, very fast paced taking phone calls for Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and OB/GYN calls. We had to meet a targeted time for each call and how long each call held before it was answered and that was stressful. We also schedule appointments and sent drug refill messages to their provider and would f/u on request the pt. had for any type of testing.
Great competitive pay based on your years of experience.
Constant turn over in the call center. Very stressful to keep trained staff.
Productive work place and number one HMO in the South.
Member Services Trainer (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 19, 2018
Created training materials and assisted with implementation of new policies and assisted with system changes. Worked with a team to provide 8 week training program for Claims/Customer Service. Some travel involved, Kaiser Permanente has 14 facilities and many times assisted with training Call Center nurses when system changes where needed. Reported to the Manager of Member Services and worked with Supervisors to provide a productive training program. The workplace culture was excellent provided support to the department and received excellent support from upper management and peers. The most enjoyable part of the job was the completion of the 8 week program and watching new hires move on to the next level. There was not a hard part because we worked and collaborated together for success.
Collaborating with other departments to create a good training program
loved benefits but no 401k there was a 403b instead