Questions and Answers about Northwestern Medicine

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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Northwestern Medicine a better place to work?

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Make employees opinion matter.

Answered - PATIENT ACCESS SPECIALIST (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Provide more training for the unskilled workers as well as the skilled workers as well, in the operating engineer department Because their are so many new types of Systems.

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Make all the kitchen jobs full time. Shorter hours on delivery for food. They deliver food until 9 pm. Which is too late. I’m

Answered - Wait Staff Member (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Parking is an issue. I had to park off site as a registry therapist. This was not only out of the way but slightly anxiety ridden- if I had to get home to family in case of emergency I would have to wait for a shuttle to drive me >10 min to my car

Answered - Acute Care, PRN (Current Employee) - Winfield, IL 60190

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If your employee really needed help, I think the management should see what they can do, to help that employee.

Answered - Waitstaff Assistant (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Listen to my staff needs and wants

Answered - Materials Management Coordinator (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Offer more hands on training to the staff.

Answered - Safety and Security Officer (Current Employee) - Lake Forest Hospital

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It us a very well run institution. I would improve, although already very well, customer satisfaction. Thus, us the professionals need to speak more on layman term and not abbreviate.

It is hard enough for a patient to call and we say EOB, or Non Par,we should not use abbreviations that the patient would not understand.

Answered - Sr. Financial Assessor/Transplant Dept (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Management training, and team building.

Answered - Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) - Warrenville, IL

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