cut throat coworkers, management cares only about management
LPN (Former Employee) – Wilmington, Delaware – May 26, 2018
worked on floor and found management showed favoritism, coworkers were cut throat and untrustworthy. Since buy out, the bottom line, not the patients, is the only thing that seems to matter. THINK carefully before taking a job.
Administrator (Former Employee) – Lincolnwood, IL – January 18, 2018
It was a challenging role at the beginning, but rewarding towards the end. If similar opportunity came up again, I would do it again. The team members I had gave me the best of everything in this role. Thank you.
Commitment, creativity, respect, last but not least a GOOD team.
Life Center Colleague (Current Employee) – Wilmington, DE – May 21, 2017
the hardest part of working here is trying to make the participant happy on a daily basis and dealing with the manager with her personal problems with seem to follower her to work every day i loved talking to the clients because of their back ground and how much they teach you about life
ER Charge Nurse (Current Employee) – Topeka, KS – April 21, 2017
ST FRANCIS Healthcare in Topeka was a great company to work for until they merged with Exempla of Denver and moved $260 million from Kansas to Colorado to expand the Denver market place and stopped investing in St Francis of Topeka in order to close the hospital.
Excellent source of education and MRI work experience.
MRI Technologist (Current Employee) – Wilmington, DE 19805 – February 20, 2017
A typical day in MRI at ST Francis Hospital requires working in-patients and out-patients flowing to excellent patient experiences. Review the code cart and sign book. Do daily phantom test and log it into log book.
Enjoyed in the process improvement and development and growing with the network of physicians and providers.
Administrator (Former Employee) – Lincolnwood, IL – December 9, 2014
Very demanding job. Learned to grow with the physicians and understand the culture of the organization and how to work with the physicians to create results and improved performance. Embraced the entire team's creativity. It was a dynamic group. President of the company was a mentor and allowed autonomy.
Safe, caring, Catholic Sisterhood history type hospital.
Medical Language Specialist (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – March 14, 2012
I appreciated the size of this hospital. I appreciated the quietness of this hospital. I appreciated the thank you that was shown to the employees by having ice cream socials or celebrations under the Oak tree after the new wing was added, etc. I appreciated prayer everynight for the sick over the intercom. I appreciated the chapel. I appreciated the forums. I was a patient there and appreciated the nurses and doctors who took care of me.