Sutter was a Company with a chance to change and move forward.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA - October 10, 2019
Good company, good benefits and payed well, a chance to work in other states, such as Hawaii. a chance to learn and succeed. unfortunately i had to leave the company and California. because of the cost of living. Would of loved to have stayed.
Management is horrible its like being in highschool again
Materials Management Technician (Former Employee) - California - October 9, 2019
You have cliques and favorites management will let you know I dealt with a nepotism case bad in my department. Dealt with union rules being broke and the union is worse because they do nothing. Coworkers where cool but they played right into the highschool atmosphere bull. The pay was good but not up to livable wages in that county.
Radiologic Technologist 2 (Former Employee) - Palo Alto, CA - October 3, 2019
It is the next level of healthcare. Progressive, ahead of the curve, and on the front lines of the healthcare issues of our time. They take care of their employees encouraging independence while also supporting a team-building environment.
Registered Nurse (RN), Home Health Case Manager (Former Employee) - Novato, CA - October 1, 2019
Pays well, but you pay for it in lack of any work/life balance, and management will tell you the same. I stuck it out for about two years and woefully regret it however. Trying to get my life back and feel normal again.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - Mountain View, CA - September 27, 2019
I have never worked at a company that has been supportive of me pursuing higher education. I have been with the company for five years the staff and the mangers are great. The pay is also competitive and they regularly compensate us for market growth.
Nurse (Former Employee) - NorthBay - September 26, 2019
Horrible place to work because of the stress related to long hours, lack of support from upper management.
Very long hours
ME culture = Every man or woman for themselves.
Dishonesty from management.
HR is enjoying
Administration Assistant to CEO (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA - September 22, 2019
Was a good place to work. Employees were praised for honesty, integrity and overall good patient care. About 8 years ago, retiring upper management started being replaced with outside inapt, unknowledgeable, minimal experienced, conniving, greedy, lying, self-righteous individuals.
The name Sutter Health has been well known for decades
Employees at mid-level cannot advance. But will have to train lower paid employees the job, then be set up and fired.
Respiratory Care Practitioner (Current Employee) - Roseville, CA - September 21, 2019
I enjoy working at Sutter Roseville. It is trauma center. We have a great team of trauma doctors, surgeons, knowledgeable Nurses, Respiratory Therapists, Physical Therapists ,Speech Therapists, and other valuable workers. Great place to work.
RN (Former Employee) - California - September 18, 2019
Telephone triage - worked from home independently on graveyard shift. Not much contact with other employees. Lots of management turnover during my time there. Learned a lot through triaging patients over the phone.
Clinical Assistant (Former Employee) - Elk Grove, CA - September 16, 2019
I enjoyed staying busy with my patient and peers. I love rooming patients, getting their vitals, setting up for procedures and giving immunizations. I also loved getting to know patient and family medicine is the first chain of command because patient will have to come here to get the first diagnosis.
EpicCare Ambulatory Analyst (Former Employee) - Sunnyvale, CA - September 13, 2019
Leadership displays favoritism within the ranks which often leads to zero advancement opportunities. Here is the one positive aspect. The team supports one another willing to help out each other in a moments notice.