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30+ days ago

Registrar PRN( As Needed) St Davids Medical Center

HCA Austin, TX

? I n te r v i e w p ati e n ts at w ork s tat i o n o r at b e d s i d e to ob tain all n ece ss a r y acc ou n t i n f o r m ati o n . ? B e d - s… HealthJobsWeb


8 days ago

Registrar for CJW Medical Center Johnston-Willis Campus

HCA Richmond, VA

• You must have a high school diploma or GED. Must have at least 1 year of customer service… HealthJobsWeb


23 days ago

Registrar(Part time/Sat & Sun/ 6pm-630am) Methodist Hospital

HCA San Antonio, TX

? I n te r v i e w p ati e n ts at w ork s tat i o n o r at b e d s i d e to ob tain all n ece ss a r y acc ou n t i n f o r m ati o n . ? B e d - s… HealthJobsWeb


23 days ago

Registrar(Full time/ Mon-Fri/4am-1230pm)- Methodist Hospital

HCA San Antonio, TX

? I n te r v i e w p ati e n ts at w ork s tat i o n o r at b e d s i d e to ob tain all n ece ss a r y acc ou n t i n f o r m ati o n . ? B e d - s… HealthJobsWeb


15 days ago

Trauma Nurse Practitioner PRN

HCA San Jose, CA

Nurse Specialist, Trauma Registrars and the Trauma Progra… HealthJobsWeb


13 days ago

Staff and Academic Hosptialists needed

HCA Healthcare Okeechobee, FL

If you are looking for a rural but progressive community within a small town atmosphere, then you'll feel right at home here in Okeechobee. Located… Glassdoor


13 days ago

Medical Director Position for Academic Hospitalist Program

HCA Healthcare Miami, FL

; no nights and no weekends. BC/IM • Hospitalist Director exp. preferred • Min. of 3-5 years of GME admin. exp. or prior coordinator exp… Glassdoor


12 days ago

RN Express Admission Unit

HCA Dallas, TX

Perform direct patient care within the scope of the Registered Nurse Practice Act, with emphasis on nursing process / outcomes for surgical… HealthJobsWeb


19 days ago

Admissions Registered Nurse (RN) ? Parthenon Pavilion ? Intensive Treatment Prog

HCA Nashville, TN

The Intensive Treatment Program (ITP) is designed to provide intensive inpatient psychiatric treatment to voluntary and involuntary adult patients… HealthJobsWeb


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    An exciting time in healthcare leadership

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    Pros

    SCALE - HCA is the largest for-profit hospital operator in America, which is an obvious benefit;
    VISION - With breadth and depth of strategic investment, HCA is poised for robust growth;
    LEGACY - This is a company that was founded on principles that abide today;
    HISTORY - HCA has learned valuable lessons over time that allow it to lead rather than follow trends;
    INFLUENCE - To see all of the companies that have spun out from HCA, it is hard to deny its strength;
    LEADERSHIP - Having made a large, public investment in a new Leadership Institute, this is an exciting time!

    Cons

    SCALE - For those interested in smaller, more intimate work environments, this may be a bit too big;
    STRUCTURE - For those interested in more flexible or adaptable work environments, this may be a bit too firm;
    FIT - "You don't join a club to change the rules", so my only recommendation is to make sure that the culture, structure, and expectations fit your own needs if you are looking to thrive here.

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    If I were to offer one piece of advice to senior management, it would be to have them humanize themselves a bit. I think HCA has benefitted from a firm hierarchy in the past, but as generational shifts wash through the workforce, there will be a growing hunger for accessibility, relatability, and approachability at the senior executive level. Currently, it feels as if the senior executives are a bit "untouchable," with may be necessary due to other unknown constraints, but I think employee engagement would increase in response to this proposed change. That increase in engagement could result in huge returns to the company simply based on fractional improvement of output and effort across 213,000 employees.

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