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ProMedica Health System
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About the company

  • Founded
    1986
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $500M to $1B (USD)
  • Industry
    Hospitals & Health Clinics

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Staffing Coordinator in Fair Oaks, VA
on September 12, 2018
This was a great opportunity o learn about staffing in a nursing home setting. It was always challenge to find staffing and to keep shifts covered. xx
Patient Coordinator Services Specialty in Sylvania, OH
on July 29, 2021
I loved my surgeons and support staff that i worked with. However more and more tasks were added to my position, with no more compensation. Zero respect given by management.
Therapist in Pennsylvania
on July 29, 2021
When I first started working for this company as a therapist I felt that I had full control over my caseload and picking up whoever I felt needed it and was appropriate. My boss was very supportive and was a wealth of information and guided me in different avenues of practice. Over time corporate pressure changed both of these things to a great degree. I felt I had less say in my evaluation recommendations. And my boss became less available to the staff for assistance as well as cooperation and just communication in general.
Activities Assistant in Sewell, NJ
on July 28, 2021
I worked for HCR ManorCare for over a year and I really enjoyed my job. The residents were great and so was my boss. The job is very flexible and they are open to different ideas. I do wish they would hire an extra assistant for our department to help out. The downside would be the pay, but that's most nursing home jobs. Another con would be that not everything in our department is electronic, so the paperwork is more time consuming. Upper management has changed a few times since I was there so you never know what to expect. I would definitely work here again though!
Psychiatric Registered Nurse in Monroe, MI
on July 10, 2021
Promedica is a big fish in a small pond. Leadership is pretentious building monuments to themselves while laying off the nurses that actually do the work of caring for patients. Silly ideas abound. No soda with sugar in vending machines but, they sell candy. Panera Bread vanity project. Zero out of network insurance coverage, so you better be in Toledo when you get sick. No 401k match for a year. Unfortunately, if you live in northwest Ohio and don't work for Mercy Health you're probably stuck with these goofballs.

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