I always wanted to work for Roper and because of that I started off my first few months highly optimistic. Unfortunately it's like most organizations that sacrifice patient care due to costs. Very unorganized in a lot of its processes. They have a lot of good ideas for helping the community but have difficulty implementing a lot of the ideas. They bite off more than they can chew all the time spending and they waste resources that could have went elsewhere. It's so confusing now, a lot of healthcare facilities partner with outside facilities so that they can use the Roper name and their not really apart of Roper. It confuses patients. It takes a long time for errors to improve. Raises are laughable. Healthcare benefits are the same expense as other companies, so no real advantage. They only offer CEs for Nursing and Physician staff but no one else. You have to use PTO for everything, even hoildays.
Good doctors, co-workers, and love patients.
compensation, average benefits, and overused PTO.