Stormont Vail Health
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About the company

  • CEO
    Rob Kenagy
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $500M to $1B (USD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    Topeka, KS
  • Link
    Stormont Vail Health website

Stormont-Vail Health helps to take care of the health of residents in northeastern Kansas. Its facilities include the 590-bed hospital, an emergency and trauma center, an outpatient surgery center, and a network of community clinics located throughout the 12-county region. Its Cotton-O'Neil centers treat heart disease, cancer, skin problems, and digestive system ailments, as well as various clinics and ExpressCare locations. Specialized services include behavioral health, obstetrics, orthopedics, and physical and occupational rehabilitation.

Geographic Reach: Stormont-Vail Health serves a 12-county area in northeast Kansas.

Strategy: The health system pursues strategic partnerships and organic growth to keep up with demand.

The system has partnerships with the Baker School of Nursing, Kansas Rehabilitation Hospital, and Mayo Clinic.

In 2011, Stormont-Vail Health added pediatric critical care services to provide care to infants in the neonatal intensive care unit.

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RN Staff Nurse in 7 south
on August 17, 2022

Decent hospital to work at, most people were nice, not much room for advancement . Learned a lot about Epic and clinical uses and limitations. Workplace culture was just ok.

Licensed Practical Nurse - Acute Care in Topeka, KS
on November 10, 2022

Working for Stormont is like working in a middle school where the management are the leaders of the “cool kids”. Staff that don’t belong to that group are treated like nothing and given the worst assignments. Good luck if you want to work in that environment.

Registered Nurse in Topeka, KS
on October 11, 2022

Not a happy place to work. In the beginning, they make the organization sound inviting and friendly and make you feel as if you really belong/matter. It’s all a lie. As an employee, you are simply a number and management does not care about you… just show up and do your work. Be prepared to be overwhelmed and understaffed every day. It is not safe for patients or staff. Nothing will change because they try to scrape by with minimal staff to save a dollar. If you work here, expect to have zero energy or happiness when you get home, because this job will suck the life out you.

Medical Assistant in Topeka, KS
on September 28, 2022

Overall, I enjoyed my job and what I did but not because of the employer, because of the patients. The patients and a very select few co-workers are why I stayed so long. You will get floated to other locations all throughout Stormont, even to do laundry. You know certain rolls require certifications? That don't matter and they don't care. You are just a body in a position, just a number. If you have any concerns with needing accommodations, you might as well look elsewhere because let me tell you firsthand. This place does not care about you or your concerns or problems. Especially mental health, personally a request for mental health accommodations was denied because "It has nothing to do with the job" When in fact it had everything to do with the job. They ask you to take money out of your paycheck and put it back into the organization, for a place that is "non-profit" they sure really screw the employees. yeah, our pay may have seemed great and all, until you seen those pay stubs. Might as well kiss 5-6 hundred of it goodbye because they tax it like crazy. Insurance was ok, still had co-pays, vision did not cover much. Insurance prices are also based on tier's which is broke down into how much you make hourly. Also, if you carry the weight of co-workers and you finally get tired of it and get burnt out, you will get wrote up for not doing your job. And they do not do anything to help with the burn out, they do not help with addressing why you are slowing down or try in any way to help the situation. They let you sink. You are just a number here; they do not care one bit about any of the employees. Save yourself the time and look elsewhere. Cause there is no job that you should have to medicate yourself for just so you can get through the day at the job. Don't worry about getting small moments or being nominated for person of the moment because it will not be acknowledged, only what you do wrong will. Oh, and plan to apply 20+ times before you even get a call for an interview. But they complain because they don't have employee's... probably because they make it hard to get hired on and they treat their employees like trash which is why the turnover rate is so high. In the end, met some wonderful people amongst the patients while there. However, if I knew back then what I know now, I would have never applied.

RN in Topeka, KS
on July 27, 2022

Realizing that COVID has changed many things but the company is not listening to their staff. We have now implemented too many people at higher levels and take away from the nurses doing the work with the patients. Moved upper management around. Hired a consultant to tell us how to save money and push people around and out the door to save money. Don't care that their tactics are hurting the lowest paid employees by cutting their hours when we are desperate for help. Want clinic staff to give up hours to cover at the hospital...even when it means traveling 120 miles round trip. Miss the days of better admin at the top. For those with longevity, they have taken anything we had away like no payout of illness back at retirement. only 50% of PTO bank at retirement or end of employment. New PTO bank not paid out.

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