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5 days ago

Administrative Associate

Lake Hospital System Painesville, OH

Job Title: Administrative Associate Department: 15660 - Tri-Point O/R Job Shift: Day Shift State: Ohio City: Painesville Description: Temporary…

5 days ago

RN - Pre/Post cath lab PRN

Lake Hospital System Willoughby, OH

The Pre/Post nurse is responsible for providing information and emotional support for patients and their family members. The Pre/Post nurse is…

2 days ago

Support Assistant/Patient Care Associate – new

Lake Hospital System Concord, Darke, OH +2 locations

Looking for an energetic, compassionate team player for TriPoint CCU. This is a full time dayshift 6:30am-7pm 72 hours every two weeks, everyother…

16 hrs ago

physician/surgical asst – new

Lake Hospital System Mentor, OH

Experience: Two years previous operating room experience preferred. Minimum of one year experience assisting in cardiothoracic surgery including… Glassdoor

16 hrs ago

Medical Assistant – new

Lake Hospital System Mentor, OH

Graduate of an approved school of Medical Assisting. One year work experience, preferably in a healthcare environment. Phlebotomy experience is… Glassdoor

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Cynthia Moore-Hardy
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    Started out as a terrific employment but this changed after new hospital was built.

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    Former Employee - Phlebotomist, MLT, Medical Assistant in Madison, OH
    Former Employee - Phlebotomist, MLT, Medical Assistant in Madison, OH

    I worked at Lake Hospital System full-time (more than 10 years)


    If you have a decent boss, you are great. Many long term employees, who are now unhappy with Lake.


    Management-Upper management- is the main problem. They are so worried about money. They get rid of long-term employees to reduce the higher wages and higher PTO rate that these employees have earned.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Let your employees do what they are trained to do. Keep the fact in mind that the patient in front of that employee is the reason that YOU have a job.

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