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20 hrs ago

Cook I - On Call/PRN – new

Intermountain Healthcare Cedar City, UT


1 day ago

RN- Same Day Surgery - On Call/PRN – new

Intermountain Healthcare Cedar City, UT

The Registered Nurse (RN) is a professional caregiver who assumes responsibility and accountability for assessing, planning… Glassdoor

20 hrs ago

Dietary Tech I - On Call/PRN – new

Intermountain Healthcare Cedar City, UT


7 days ago

Patient Srvc Rep-Clinic

Intermountain Healthcare Cedar City, UT

The role of the Patient Service Representative (PSR) is to provide extraordinary care to patients and customers through friendly, caring, courteous… Glassdoor

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Intermountain Healthcare President, CEO, and Trustee Charles W. Sorenson
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    Great company with strong purpose and culture

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    Current Employee - Central Office (Non-clinical) in Salt Lake City, UT
    Current Employee - Central Office (Non-clinical) in Salt Lake City, UT

    I have been working at Intermountain Healthcare


    Great people to work with. Strong culture and mission focus. Good work-life balance. Leadership is concerned about doing the right thing. Has strong vision for the future and good business outlook. Good training opportunities, and a lot of change (can be good or bad). Good benefits. Larger organization in Utah (for better or worse, but I like it). For the most part they practice what they preach (i.e., large focus behind the scenes to promote what is best for the patient vs. making money, strong efforts to promote wellness).


    Strong preference for tenure (it seems to be a status thing for people who have worked a long time here). Base pay is at market or below (since it is a not-for-profit organization, the mission and culture draws people to work here not the larger pay least that is the idea). Benefits are great and pension is nice, so need to consider these when factoring total compensation, because base pay may seem low.

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    Grow and develop your up and comers, and differentiate performers and non-performers. Continue to promote the strong culture (keep to the mission, vision, and values).

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