Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IL – January 12, 2018
Long term employment, awards, patient comments, mission awards mean nothing. Expected to read managements mind with only communication via email. Management never available during working hours, never available to assist employees. Back stabbing, bullying, sharing your private information with other employees. Now if you like that kind of deminour this is the place to work. HR is not there for employees, only to cover management. Sadly managers are not held accountable for their actions or held to abide to the sisters mission.
The turnover there is horrible...They cannot keep staff due to fear of losing your job
Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) – Peoria, IL – January 10, 2018
The management is horrible. They were always putting someone on a disciplinary level or threatening to for ridiculous things..I feel like this hospital wants to get rid of people who have been there any length of time so they can hire new people for less money....They don't care about the employees who have the knowledge and experience..Patient safety issues but it is always about the money!
rarely a break..always feeling like you had to look over your shoulder..could not trust anyone
Horrible management, nothing but a click environment! Main manager leads the two faced back stabbing talk.
Front Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Illinois – January 2, 2018
I would run the other way vs ever thinking about working here. Main manager is the ring leader in back stabbing belittling and picking on you. If your not kissing managements rear you won't make it here! Always switching hours and last minute schedule changes, say you have all these vacation days but force you to take them for holidays and when doctor schedule is low. Allow employees to get away with looking into private charts which they should never have been in and no action taken. Pay is half what surrounding areas make for same job
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Management is terrible
Clerical Support (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IL – December 20, 2017
I loved my job however management ruined it for me. There is no work/life balance as they say there is. They don't care about the employee. All that they care about are the numbers. Turnover is terrible because they run good employees off. Management is a click group and does not work with other employees on any issues especially non clinical. It is all about the clinical staff. The clinical staff wouldn't be able to function without the non clinical staff.
Sr Share PointAdmin (Current Employee) – CIncanii OH – December 18, 2017
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Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Washington, IL – December 5, 2017
This opportunity was great but with new management there arose new struggles. The providers and patient were great. The office staff environment was stressful because of the cliques. There was bullying but no one in management would do anything about it. The most enjoyable part was watching the patient smile and being able to serve the patient and provider in the best way possible. I was able to pray with patients and build a strong rapport with them as well as the providers.
Stressful environment, because of the nature of the job, but good team to work with.
Front Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Normal, IL – December 2, 2017
I worked in a neurological office, so all the patient were always on edge which made it stressful. There was tons of work to get done by only a few of us, but we all supported each other and worked as a team.
Payment Poster (Current Employee) – Peoria, IL – November 28, 2017
OSF is a great place to work. They just don't pay good enough for all the work that you do. I would definitely recommend others to work here. There are nice people there and a nice environment to work at.
Scheduling Specialist (Current Employee) – Bloomington, IL – November 23, 2017
The best part are my co workers. Since I work at a call center, communication from management isn't the greatest. I would like to advance to a higher position with more responsibilities and challenges.
Epic Credentialed Revenue Cycle Trainer (Former Employee) – Peoria, IL – October 18, 2017
OSF is a great company to work for. I learned a great deal each and every day. Working with the different mission partners, different departments--it was never a dull moment. I loved what I did within OSF - Train the new MP's how to use Epic for their job role.
Front Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Washington, IL – October 15, 2017
I worked as a Front Office Assistant and the training was done online which was not an easy task. My hours were supposed to be 3 days per week however I was scheduled 4 days and was not informed I would be doing that. I feel ithey were just too busy to help a new person with the training etc. Management was very poor also. I only lasted 3 weeks!
RN (Former Employee) – Midwest Region – October 7, 2017
Staff rude behind your back and nice to your face. Will turn you in for small things because that’s not how they do it. The patients were the fun part. The staff was already in their groups of certain people and they judged you when you started working. Poor management that participates in backstabbing and job ground un steady.
Dealing with the variety of patients
Dealing with the variety of patients, your only allowed 5 mins to get them roomed
Echosonographer Coordinator (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IL – September 29, 2017
Typical is very busy but interacting with the patients is enjoyable in the things you can learn from them. Everyone has their own opinions regarding management. The culture is that you are expected to be there on time, work together with your co-workers to accomplish the sisters goals and take care of out patients, serving with the greatest care and love.
Rehab tech, CNA, and PTA (Former Employee) – Peoria, IL – August 9, 2017
Very big hospital in the area. It is the number one trauma center. The largest employer in the area. Most employees are team players but very political atmosphere. They are, however caring to the patients but staff is made to feel like second class citizens. For the pay and benefits would recommend but if you are looking for a place that respects your work, this is not the place.