medical financial specialist (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – February 8, 2019
Mount Carmel was a very enjoyable place for me to work. I would have loved to stay and possible move further in the department. i hope that the improvements that they plan to make not only benefit their patients, but their employees as well.
Analyst (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – December 19, 2018
I worked in the Corporate Services Center in an analytical capacity. There are fantastic people there, although the management is lackluster. This was a job for someone who was ready to coast in their career (not me). Absolutely no career advancement or development opportunity. On the positive side, my management was very understanding and flexible when things came up. Things at the director level are extremely cliquey. They are kind of like the "cool" kids who actually know what's going on, while the others just fly in the dark and do what they are told (this can be hard to work from from an analytical perspective). Communication was a struggle (this was probably more for my specific manager.) He wasn't a bad manager, but leadership did not come naturally to him. Overall a decent job, albeit a somewhat frustrating 2 years of my life.
Good people that usually try to fix issues when put before them
Great organization, continues to grow and expand. Puts the patient at the forefront of the organization. Zero Harm Philosophy. Improving colleague engagement through more recognition and PERKS programs. Strong Executive Leadership team. Highly visible in the community. Lives the mission!
Sponsored Events, 403b match, competitive salary and benefits
Being a Surgical Services Associate I worked with three other SSA's. It was our job to assist in surgeries as needed, transport patients and also to clean the operating rooms after each procedure.I learned how important infection care was and how to reduce the chance of it spreading. Management was firm but fair. The culture among the surgical staff was one of trust if they knew they could rely on you. I enjoyed this because I did all I could to please them every chance I could. The hardest part was just how physical this job could be. The most enjoyable part was being accepted by my peers, the nurses and surgical techs. They were the best of everything.
Worked remotely from home for the last 5 years of employment.
Medical Transcriptionist/Editor (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – October 28, 2018
Again, learned something new everyday. Management was very accessible and responded quickly. Working in the home environment was very enjoyable. The hardest part of the job, again, was the production based pay, which was basically what kept you focused and efficient in transcribing/editing.
Working at home, benefits and paid time off accrual.
PER DIEM OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – December 28, 2018
the culture here is second to none. the only reason I left was because I had to relocate. the management is great-professional and understanding. everyone is on the same page and quality care is number 1.
Systems Administrator (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – November 1, 2018
Working for MCHS is fun and exciting! There are many opportunities within the organization and management cares about their employees. The compensation is not as good as that in the private sector but the work environment can't be beat!
Maintenance and HVAC Technician (Former Employee) – Westerville, OH – January 5, 2019
Clock in; check the buildings, operation logs on computer see if there were any alarms active and correct if necessary. Get boilers ready for inspection, checking on chillers and cooling towers. Work on my list of PM's examples are change filters, belts, motors on exhaust fans. I also helped on other hospital problem's tv's, doors, beds, stopped up sinks etc. I met with contractors to check on their job's being done through the hospital. Walk every air handler room check for leaks and cleanliness. Help out in other department's if needed. A good part was seeing old friends and old co worker's I like to work with and I am old school, I take pride in my job performance and respect everyone. I am always on time and never late. My pet peeve people with drama. The most enjoyable part of a job is to know you are respected by your coworkers and your boss for a job well done....
Hands on ran the building and only notified boss when there was a problem.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Mount Carmel, OH – September 12, 2018
When first starting everything seemed fine, but it quickly became apparent that there were some issues. Everyone seemed friendly at the beginning, but when coworkers get comfirtable talking you find out that there is an obserd amount of "back biting". Management seems to jump to conclusions and takes the first person they talk with as the truth without finding the truth first.
There is a very high turn over rate in the Outreach registration room. You would think since so many people complain about the same person and nothing is happening that they would investigate a little better to find out what is really going on. instead they continue to just let person after person resign without even asking the reason. The management is terrible. They do not take your concerns seriously. The place is awful. If you want someone to care about you as an employee do not work here!!!
Staff RN (Current Employee) – Mount Carmel West, Columbus Ohio – December 30, 2018
DO NOT WORK HERE if you value your license and your sanity. Everything seems fine at first, but you will learn upper administration cares only about appearances. The "chief nursing officer" knows very little about actual nursing. They have multiple conflicting policies, and will pick and choose which ones apply on any given day- and who they apply to. There is a reason they have a boatload of job openings- good people keep leaving!
to always take care of patients and needs of there families. I learned many skills at mt. carmel, plus the management was always available to assist others when needed. to know when I came to work that it was more than just a work place it was my second home.