Loved being in a faith based environment, ridiculously expensive and less than average benefits
Nurse Assistant (Current Employee) – Rockford, IL – August 1, 2018
I worked for two prior hospitals in another area of the state. The medical benefits at both places were fantastic compared to OSF. I paid $280 per month for myself and my spouse. That included medical, dental, vision and life. There was an incentive program that also helped reduce the cost of premiums. There were absolutely zero co-pays for anything, ever. I had prescription drug benefits also with zero co-pay.
Signed up for OSF benefits. Medical, dental, vision and life will cost me $440 per month. However, there is a $20 co-pay for anything and everything. Need to visit the emergency room or go by ambulance, that'll be an extra $170 please. Need a script picked up that out of pocket cash would cost you $15, still gonna cost you a $12 co-pay. Any generic will be a $12 co-pay, even if the cash cost is only $6, if you don't ask for the cash price, you have to pay $12 co-pay. If it is a special med with no generic the co-pay goes up to $45 or more.
I cannot believe all the other reviews talking about the great benefits. So not true.
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Benefits are ridiculously expensive and below average