Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Rockford, IL – February 11, 2019
The work environment was stressful their. No Team work and management made it more stressful.. Good pay poor work environment. They need to have their staff take a diversity training class, and communications class.
Cook (Former Employee) – Lake Geneva, WI – January 23, 2019
I worked at my own pace basically while attending to my duties. The customers came at regular intervals so with healthy time management all of my tasks could be accomplished. It is a friendly environment with regular patrons both visitor & employees that visit the cafeteria. A little like home, a lot like family and days spent with people that truly care about the well being of others.
Discounted food & homemade desserts!
Not very busy on holidays but you still need to be there
Emergency Medical Technician (Former Employee) – Mount Orab, OH – January 17, 2019
Overall a good place to work for & the benefits are good. Management seems disconnected from the work force. The seem to always be gone from the facilities and in meetings. It jus6 makes it difficult to accomplish task in a timely manner
I worked at Mercy Hospital Independence Ks. I would have stayed with the company if the facility hadn't closed down. I really enjoyed the work I did there and hope to find a company like it to work for in the future.
Emergency Medical Technician (Former Employee) – Darby, PA – December 7, 2018
I enjoyed working for Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital Paramedics Unit. I worked at each of the seven different Fire Departments: Folcroft, Clifton Heights, Darby #1, Sharon Hill, Yeadon, Lansdowne, and Briarcliffe Ambulances
Patient Advocate (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 18, 2018
I can honestly say that this organization cares about it's patients. If your are young or just beginning in the healthcare industry, Mercy Health System is the perfect place for you. If you're willing to learn, you'll become a pretty good healthcare professional.
CMA (Former Employee) – Secane, PA – November 15, 2018
you work your butt off 12 hour days and still not good enough and don't get appreciated for the good hard effort you put in everyday. A patient would come in as last 1 of the night for just a cold for example, and would spend almost 3 hrs in the room talking to the doctor and we would have to stay until doctor is done which is unfair because they obviously brought up other reasons why they are there and we are tired its almost 9pm and just want to go home to our families.
Large company with many different opportunities for growth
Administrative Assistant III (Former Employee) – Chesterfield, MO – October 22, 2018
Flexible schedule Average compensation and benefits Faith based Compassionate leadership and coworkers Collaborative environment Support personal and professional growth through education opportunities to learn and develop skills
Benefits Specialist (Former Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – October 7, 2018
Prior to my employment, many of my cohorts thought of the company as a great place to work for, however after the acquisition many felt doubtful they would have a position. There were no committments as Mercy was no longer in control of decision making. I would have loved to stay but felt it was intimidating to see my position posted for a job I had been doing for some time.