The area that I worked in Mission was great (Internal Audit). I loved the exposure to all of the healthcare system and the management. Everyone worked well together to improve processes. Very professional.
Worked in the Infectious Disease Associates office
Practice Specialist (Former Employee) – Asheville, NC – February 14, 2019
When I was offered the job it was a fulltime job. When I worked the job it was a 32 hrs a week and supervisor wouldn't do anything about it. She also wrote me up for situations that happened on days that wasn't even there! I also missed 1 day in 4 months and she pitched a fit! She also told me not to talk to the patients just "get them in get them out" . She is the biggest joke of a supervisor I have ever seen!
IT Procurement Specialist (Former Employee) – Asheville, NC – February 12, 2019
This was a wonderful place to work, however many people were let go, brought back, only to be let go again. From the veterans I learned this was a common practice, it affected me and several of my co-workers. But other than job stability issues it was a great place to work.
Health Unit Coordinator (Current Employee) – Asheville, NC – February 1, 2019
Lack of interest in emp!oyee concerns by administrators in some departments and especially Human Resources is especially concerning - perhaps it has something to do with the HCA purchase. The "heart" of Mission is the staff - they pull together to help each other out.
Great place to work. Leadership really cares about you. They are always supporting you and providing opportunities for career growth. Mentors are there to help you learn and remain available for questions.
I worked in the OR the position didnt seem to have any advancement oppurtunites. You waited a 2 years to get a 2% raise. 2% doesnt seem fair to those who work nonstop. Taking call, lifting patients, etc. The pay was horrible. Way below cost of living for asheville.
This is a company that will advance you if you want and can return to school at their cost. They have many programs to assist their employees, but with the new merger there is uncertainty as to what will remain.
Project Manager/ Scrum Master (Former Employee) – Washington – January 17, 2019
Productive and fun workplace with a diversity of culture. Open to change and accepts testing of new discoveries. Short breaks which helps relax muscles and sets a free mind to concentrate and be counter productive.
Staffing is horrible. New grad RN’S run from this place. They give new grads the same amount of orientation as a nurse with 20 years of experience. I had 10 different preceptors. All they care about is pushing you out on the floor regardless if you are ready or not.
Mission Health, Good for the community at the cost of their employees mental health
Practice Specialist (Former Employee) – Asheville, NC – January 1, 2019
I have NEVER worked for a company who treats thier employees as poorly at Mission Health does. Their leadership is poor, and they have no problem bullying you if it's necessary. I would NOT recommend anyone to apply there!
Horrible Management. No support from HR or upper managment
My experience with Mission Health was positive for the most part.
I always knew what I would be doing any given day, and my manager provided sufficient direction to be able to accomplish tasks. I never felt like a significant amount of time was wasted with excessive meetings and updates. The work culture was very welcoming towards new employees and employees are usually friendly.
Pay is low and not really competitive for the Asheville job market
IT SERVICE MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT (Current Employee) – Asheville, NC – November 23, 2018
Started an internship in Mission's IT department. It was a great experience overall. I loved my team and the work. Unfortunately I started at an in opportune time and ended up with little chance for a full-time position.
Assist nurses with patients coming out of the ICU Routine Vital sign checks updating charts based off of doctor orders chart vitals, fluid intake, food intake, and output assist in wound care check blood sugar levels and chart
Clinical Case Manager Level Ii (Current Employee) – Asheville, NC – October 28, 2018
Decisions are made at the higher levels by those who have no idea what it takes to provide that care. It is more about the money then excellent patient care. Staff are over worked, underpaid, and at times unappreciated. The positive is the great interdisciplinary teams that work very well together.