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Des Peres Hospital Saint Louis, MO

Des Peres Hospital is currently seeking a Respiratory Therapist Part time who is responsible for performing all services provided by the Respiratory… Monster

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Des Peres Hospital Saint Louis, MO

At Des Peres Hospital the RN Clinical Educator for Surgical services plans, coordinates, and implements the education activities for the Surgical… Monster

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Des Peres Hospital Saint Louis, MO

Des Peres is seeking a Registered Nurse - RN for the ER PRN whose compassion, clinical expertise, and excellence are top priority. As an RN, you will… Monster

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Des Peres Hospital Saint Louis, MO

Des Peres Hospital is currently seeking a Clinical Documentation Specialist - CDS- who is responsible for providing clinically based concurrent and… Monster

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Des Peres Hospital Saint Louis, MO

Come join the team at Des Peres Hospital. We are currently seeking a Surgical Technician who provides technical scrub skills in the operating room… Monster

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    Decent pay, great people, no chance to grow in this position.

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    Former Employee - Licensed Practical Nurse (Licensed Practical Nurse)  in  Saint Louis, MO
    Former Employee - Licensed Practical Nurse (Licensed Practical Nurse) in Saint Louis, MO

    I worked at Des Peres Hospital


    Senior Management is educated and appropriate for their positions. Management is in frequent contact with all departments, even at night. Insurance benefits are slightly pricy but great. The hospital does promote from within when possible. There are many opportunities to train and keep updated on latest information, technologies, strategies, etc.


    As an LPN, you will not receive a sign on bonus ($20,000), retention bonuses, or payment for your student loans like the RN's do. You will also not be offered opportunities of leadership regardless of how skilled a worker you are. The lack of an RN title WILL hold you back. There are issues with time off as it pertains to "excused absences." If it's not pre-planned, it's unexcused (even miscarriages). Another issue was when a fellow nurse adopted a baby but was denied maternity leave because she didn't birth the baby, sad but true. The yearly raises are 3% across the board. They say they don't keep people who are only worth a 2% raise, but that means that even the hardest workers can't get more than 3%. Their 401k matching has decreased to 1.5% from 6%.

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    Provide opportunities for hard workers to advance, regardless of title. In this case, maybe they would actually feel proud enough to earn their RN. LPN's have a lack of respect from management and techs. RN's realize that we're basically doing same job and they are generally more appreciative than anyone else, so don't fault them. The pay is competitive, but the unexcused absences don't allow for emergencies.