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30 days ago

Respiratory Care Coordinator

Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles, CA

Assists in the planning, development & implementation of respiratory care programs that coordinate high quality, cost-effective care for patients w… Kaiser Permanente


30+ days ago

Respiratory Care Coordinator - Sleep Specialist

Kaiser Permanente Fontana, CA

• Process referrals to other sleep entities and healthy living providers. • Assists in the planning, development and implementation of respiratory Kaiser Permanente


30+ days ago

Respiratory Care Coord

Kaiser Permanente Lancaster, CA

Assists in the planning, development & implementation of respiratory care programs that coordinate high quality, cost-effective care for patients w… Kaiser Permanente


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    Overall a good company

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    Pros

    I have been working at Kaiser Permanente for almost 20 years. Benefits, especially retirement, are very generous. Company is focused on healthcare directives and does a good job of promoting the culture of excellent patient care. Most employees are good workers, and in most areas the management staff is more than capable. It's an overall good work environment with decent pay and excellent benefits.

    Cons

    No succession planning whatsoever. Skilled employees leave or retire and leadership drags their feet deciding whether or not to replace them. More often than not, the work is absorbed by the remaining staff which leads to poor morale and no work/life balance. Favoritism runs rampant at some levels, which makes upward mobility a challenge. If you have a senior leader in your corner, you may have a better chance of promoting up. Technology is below par, but I think they finally are trying to move forward with more 21st century tools and resources.

    Advice to Management

    You need to create a talent management and succession plan that is fair and capitalizes on the vast amount of skilled professional employees under your own roof.


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