Questions and Answers about Providence Hospital

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Providence Hospital.

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What would you suggest Providence Hospital management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Change to 8 hour shifts.

Answered - Admitting Clerk (Current Employee) - Waco, TX

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Create an environment to supports associates by developing and supporting developmental goals for the individuals that align with their professional goals as well as the institutions strategic goals.

Answered - Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation (Former Employee) - Columbia, SC

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Be more understanding to the employees and help them resolve issues that may arise.

Answered - Medical Coder/Clerk (Former Employee) - Southfield, MI

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I did not leave because of Providence. I left because they inspired me to do more.

Answered - Labor & Delivery Nurse, Charge Nurse (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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Pay the accurate amount that employees are supposed to earn.

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

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Have a better workflow between managers and employees

Answered - Specialist Clinical Transformation (Current Employee) - Washington, DC

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They will never stop people from leaving a place because it can be so many different reason for them to leave.

Answered - Certified Nurse Tech /Environmental (Former Employee) - Michigan

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More managers needed for effective management of staff. Employees are left to figure out things themselves. Low nurse/high patio ratio. Administration all about numbers, not people.

Answered - RN (Former Employee) - Mobile, AL

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When someone fills out an application, do your best to give them the shift the ask for, other wise don't hire them.I specifically asked for 1st or 2nd and the offered me 3rd, I had to take it. And when I came to be 6 months, my probationary period was over and I new there were openings on other shifts available, they acted like they didn't want to give me a spot on the other shifts.

Answered - Housekeeping Cleaner (Former Employee) - Waco Tx

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I only left because going to a different company with better pay. Maybe pay their employees better.

Answered - Transcriptionist (Former Employee) - Waco, TX

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