Good environment to work, decent hours, pay and benefits
Medical Assistant/Receptionist (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – September 19, 2018
This Health network has many good attributes within the Cincinnati area. Office hours are available for all times. A typical day consists of seeing patients, working up the reason for visits, injections, phlebotomy if needed, working EMR EPIC system, assisting provider with in-office procedures, running in office tests PRN, answering of phone calls and making appointments.
Strong family environment, supportive and encouraging
Executive Business Director (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – October 8, 2018
I worked for the company 14 years before leaving related to medical reasons which I was given tremendous support, much more than I could ever expect from an organization, especially my manager. The hospital is driven to top tier outcomes which requires energy, passion and balance. The management is top-notch at all levels making employee and patient relations number one. The hardest part of the job was moving at the pace required to keep the organization moving forward in the constant change of pace and laws that come with healthcare.The most enjoyable part of the role I had was working with others and feeling like I had a family both at work and home.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Dermatology – August 9, 2018
I was truly excited to start working at TCH once I heard upper management speak at orientation. I thought to myself "this has the company culture I've been looking for". I was sold a place of openness, caring, and advancement. These were all just false ideals made by people who don't work for the specialty offices nor do they care what goes on in them. Management is never seen, micro-managers run without being checked, and everyone is a mall cop. Tattle-tales are everywhere in the network offices. I thought perhaps it was only our office but its the entire network. I've never been a part of such a strange place. Management is also among those allowed to run wild. Providers are allowed to treat staff as they please. In dermatology alone a provider has been allowed to run off 24 assistants, another has gone through 4 in less than a year. This place is ridiculous. 10/10 would not recommend.
Scheduler (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – July 15, 2018
I was a scheduler at the Family Medicine Clinic and it was the worst job I have ever had. It was unorganized, stressful and and ver unfriendly. The part about favoritism. You’re going to want to believe that. The charge physician there knew there was a problem but were like their hands were tied. I talk to two of them before they left and told them how bad it was and they were basically told me that I was right but they couldn’t change it.
Listen to the other reviews regarding management showing favortism.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – May 29, 2018
This was the second worst place I worked for. It was evident that the manager had her favorite medical assistants. She expected me to know things that I wasn't trained to do. There is no formal training there and if she didn't like you, she would write you up for something you may have missed that you weren't trained to do in the first place. When the hours were extended, they didn't notify the staff until the week before so you can forget about work/life balance. There were too many physicians and not enough exam rooms. The manager would also tell other staff members things about other staff that should have remained confidential. Even the patient care was about the "favorite" patients. Absolutely no professionalism. The 403(b) match wasn't great either. This isn't to speak about the hospital departments as a whole, but I certainly know that medical assisting in the primary care office was a nightmare.
Managment, the environment, some of the physicians, patient care
I work with great group of nurses. Physicians are wonderful to work with. OR nurses are not permitted to take breaks. Manager micromanages, and shares information about staff with other staff members. Manager shows blatant favoritism toward certain staff member.
Management is very one sided. Benefits are horrible pay is less than it should be management expects more than what you get paid management does not recognize good, only what is wrong The hospital gets rid of the good workers and we are left with horrible workers
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – April 8, 2018
managers are under sodexo and they are awful . i would not recommend working in the cafeteria. i am currently breastfeeding my youngest child. they were awful about making sure i wou,ld get my brakes to go pump.
RN on 6 south just a month ago. 5 star managers and co-workers
RN Night Shift (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – April 6, 2018
I have to say The Christ Hospital was one of the nicest hospitals I have ever worked for. I Regretted that I had to leave because of the long distant drive. Everyone was Very organized, caring and easy going. It is fast-paced but everyone was hard working and a team player. I felt everyone there was respectful and took great care of the patients on the unit.
People don't leave jobs they leave managers.. There will always be a high turn over rate and they will always be under staffed until they get rid of bad Management. harassment and Favoritism based on looks shouldn't be accepted #metoo
RN Care Manager (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – February 19, 2018
Worst experience in my entire career. Mgmt vindictive, uncaring / plays favorites. Unbelievably stressful. Very, very high turnover for good reason. Colleagues were great, physician offices were great but not worth the anguish the project manager puts you through..