Physicians are great but management is poor and disorganized
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – Joliet, IL – August 2, 2018
Company used to be great to work for, with good internal advancements and raises. Since company keeps joining new companies the can’t keep good management and refuse to higher internally. They would rather get rid of people that have been doing a great job for a long bf time and higher new cheaper employees. It is all about patient numbers not quality of care.
A great healthcare system, staffed by wonderful people.
Admin Assistant to V.P. of Insurance and Claims (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 14, 2018
Presence Healthcare is a system in which employees are treated more like family than just another factor in keeping an organization running. For as large of a company as Presence, even the lowest rung on the ladder could reach out and communicate with the CEO. It's the personal touch that makes this health system stand out.
Friendly down to earth co-workers. Extremely professional.
Business Analyst/Quality Assurance (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 1, 2018
I really liked working at this company. Unfortunately they were bought out by Amita Healthcare. However, I decided that it was probably best to move on and try out another domain. My co-workers were great to work with.
unorganized,understaffed organization that makes service and business decisions due to overloading employee with multiple responsibilities resulting i
Regional Manager Support Services (Former Employee) – Mokena, IL 60448 – July 20, 2018
understaffed organization that over loads employees with responsibilities resulting in bad service & monetary decisions. Good Mission to serve the elderly and uninsured but sometimes followed very loosely. New merger with Ascension Living seems to have lost resident focus on care & safety
Follow-Up Representative (Former Employee) – Bolingbrook, IL – June 18, 2018
No room for advancement, no overtime, lack of communication between management and hourly employees. currently there is an extreme unease as people wonder if they are going to have a job. It is laid back as far as dress code goes. VERY strict on being late. Not even 1 minute is allowed. 30 minute lunch.
Fast paced, stressful, lack of communication and teamwork
CNA (Current Employee) – Joliet, IL – May 18, 2018
Never offer insentives for employees but always need staff. Be prepared to work short constantly. Sometimes patient to staff ratio is unsafe. The lack of communication is absurd. If you have great coworkers it helps but management is poor.
Employee perks through website. Free meals on holidays.
Medical Central Scheduler (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 2, 2018
It is a good place to work, not very much room for advancement, management team is wonderful. Co-workers are great and friendly. It is very challenging and job flow always changing and some times difficult to remember at times
Go here only if you want to be on cruise control for the remainder of your career
Senior Analyst/Consultant (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 26, 2018
This company has lackluster leadership, very few bright people and those that are are tucked in a corner. There are no mentorship opportunities, salaries are not competitive and while they are a data-rich organization they are so myopic there's no plan to use it intelligently or wisely. I can only recommend coming to this institution if you're already independently wealthy and need something to do with your time or if you're young and just don't care. I was hired to perform a specific set of duties but after a management shakeup shortly after I arrived, the interesting stuff was moved or altogether dropped and the remedial work stayed.
The only benefit I've gathered is I've learned a programming language because my job is so trivial it afforded me the time to learn these things.
Sr. Secretary (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 5, 2018
Hit and miss with management of different departments. Some associates not punished for taking shortcuts, while others are forced to do more. Poor communication and slow delivery of services to patients. Financial reports contain many errors and budgets have little chance of being met.
Good holiday and event celebrations. Doctors treated better than any other associates.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – St Mary Elizabeth chicago – March 30, 2018
The pharmacist are super lazy and have no respect for techs. They will sit there and watch you work like a dog while phones are ringing and labels are dropping to the floor. There is an employee there presently as of March 2018 who has called off 80 times and counting, post where she is on facebook with no punishment because she is doing"favors" with management. The pay for pharmacy techs there is worse than walgreens. Hopefully the new company can make a change. Some of the best Pharmacist there have just put in resignations.
Physical Therapist (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – March 24, 2018
People who work here are great! But management does not know what they're doing even though they've been there for years. They let go of so many great staff because they don't know how to take care of their people. No work life balance! Your day goes by feeling like you're in an assembly line. All they care about is numbers and how they can save their positions. They should change management and get ones who have leadership skills to make work bearable.
You have a job, good patient variety/population
Poor management, no work life balance/career advancement
Overall, caring and compassionate people work here.
Regional Director Risk, Patient Safety & Advocacy (Former Employee) – Joliet, IL – March 18, 2018
I thoroughly enjoyed the time I worked at Presence Health. Each healthcare organization has challenges, but the leadership and staff seemed to really care about doing their best to provide safe and effective care.