Questions and Answers about Providence Hospital

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I dont care

Answered - Environmental Services (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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No longer there so have no opinion

Answered - Patient Account Representative (Former Employee) - Columbia, SC

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I feel very bad

Answered - Custodial Worker (Former Employee) - Mobile, AL

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Is a hospital with good working environment, people with diverse culture working as team.

Answered - RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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I was employed at Providence Hospital for four years. I went PRN and was not longer to meet my hourly requirement at Providence Hospital. I went to my job fulltime and resigned.

Answered - Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - Washington, DC

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I believe I will be working for Providence for a good while. The hours worked, allows for one to take on another job.

Answered - You may contact the supervisor (Current Employee) - Waco, TX 76712

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The hospital will be fine. Hopefully, though they will treat their employees a bit better.

Answered - Secretary (Former Employee) - Anchorage, AK

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I am optimistic.

Answered - (CNA)Certified Nurse Assistant (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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Too big now, left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing most times. Management/Administration is pulled into many directions and unable to work on the core duties that make customers and staff happy. People at top are continuously trying a new way to do the same thing with a different acronym every year, while never following through on what we were supposed to be doing last year, sad really.

Answered - Manager (Current Employee) - Novi, MI

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If the people never change or be terminated for violation of company policy there will be no future for a lot of the employees

Answered - Phlebotomist (Former Employee) - Columbia, SC

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