Nurse (Current Employee) – Lima, OH – October 14, 2018
This is a company where reliability, and accountability matter. Always be on your ps and qs, at this time magnet is what is happening with this company. Don't pass off to the next shift, complete your work, and try and help coworker as much as possible.
Surgery Receptionist (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH 45238 – October 8, 2018
I was fortunate to be a surgery receptionist at Mercy Western Hills. My job entailed admitting the patient,collecting co-pays, preparing charts, entering labwork, updating the surgery schedule and keeping the nurses, families and other departments updated with any changes. I had the privilege of having direct interaction with the families and keeping them notified of the patients progress, as well as keeping them in the right place for impending conversations with the surgeons after surgery was completed.
A caring, passionate and collaborative work environment.
Difficult to get a short break other than one 30 minute lunch break in a 12 hour shift.
I spoke to insurance companies for the entire four hours that I worked each day. This would have been difficult if it weren't for my fellow employees. They made it fun going to work each day. My manager was a gem. She was always doing things to make sure everyone in the office was happy.
Director (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – October 2, 2018
loved working there. It was a great nurturing culture as opposed to the vulture culture you see in corporate environments. I left because I was looking for experience leading a large scale department, else I would have never left Mercy
Practice Supervisor /RMA (Current Employee) – Toledo, OH – September 25, 2018
This employer values their employees and treats everyone with respect. They are kind, compassionate and giving to not only the patients in their community but also their employees. Great organization to work for.
Job was very rewarding. Much interaction with clients.
Licensed Social Worker (Former Employee) – 2200 Jefferson Ave. Toledo, OH 43604 – September 15, 2018
Mercy Health was a very productive agency. We had many guidelines and polices to adhere too. Staff were engaged in the health care of our clients. Our clients would look forward to our visits each week. We offered many valuable resources to help them move to self sufficency. The Coordinator was very hands on and kept the team up-to-date. Participated in many fairs and community agency events to promote our services.
Volunteer Work (Former Employee) – Muskegon, MI – September 11, 2018
This place really helps the community allows people to get food and health services when they cant afford or find the help that they need they are very kind and caring. They help out young old and middle age people
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – September 8, 2018
This was a great job for me because it gave me the flexibility to be with my family. The option to grow within the company was phenomenal. The doctors cared about the staff as well as the patients.The hardest part of the job for me was learning the computing system, which I eventually did. The I T staff gave classes to ensure proper education of the system. Mercy was a great experience I'll never forget
The doctors really cared about the staff as well as the patients
LPN (Current Employee) – Lima, OH – September 8, 2018
I get along very well with my coworkers, however, the hospital is notorious for segregating the LPN's from the RN's. Last year the RN's received a pay increase. LPN's were supposed to be considered this year. Well, whether we were considered or not, nobody knows because LPN's have yet to be informed, but......RN"s received another pay increase and were basically instructed to keep "hush-hush" about it. It's obvious that LPN's are not valued here.
friendly staff even amidst segregation among RN's and LPN's
LPN's segregated from RN's, staff no longer receive discount in the cafeteria, lowest pay for LPN's. #smh