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30+ days ago

Psychiatrist

Providence Health & Services Portland, OR

Portland has a metro population over two million, but maintains strong local neighborhoods and a close connection to nature. Consequently, the city… Providence Health & Services


6 days ago

Registered Nurse - Float Pool - Medical Surgical

Providence Health & Services Portland, OR

• Develop and validate knowledge and skills essential to the assigned department, patient population and/or practice area are crucial… Providence Health & Services


30+ days ago

Registered Nurse - Inpatient Pediatrics (New Graduate or New to Specialty)

Providence Health & Services Portland, OR

• Be required to have a professional nursing practice that includes a broad range of general nursing knowledge and expertise. • Develop and… Providence Health & Services


30+ days ago

Physical Therapist- Home Health

Providence Health & Services Portland, OR

• Bachelor's, Master's or Doctorate degree from an accredited Physical Therapy Program. • Current Physical Therapy licensure through the State of… Providence Health & Services


30+ days ago

Nurse Practitioner, Women's Health

Providence Health & Services Portland, OR

Providence Medical Group is our organization of employed physicians in Oregon, with more than 70 clinics across this diverse, sprawling state. Our… Providence Health & Services


30+ days ago

Accounts Receivable Supervisor

Providence Health & Services Portland, OR

• Knowledge of all types of insurance plans (i.e. managed care, contracted, fee for service, governmental plans, third party liability and… Providence Health & Services


19 days ago

Registered Nurse - Infection Preventionist (Part-time)

Providence Health & Services Portland, OR

• Provide leadership and vision that supports collaborative planning and quality improvement in patient/employee safety while minimizing… Providence Health & Services


30+ days ago

Occupational Therapist- Outpatient/CHT

Providence Health & Services Portland, OR

• Current Occupational Therapy licensure through the State of Oregon. • AHA BLS required within 30 days of… Providence Health & Services


30+ days ago

Senior Technical Project Manager

Providence Health & Services Portland, OR

• Work closely with other stakeholders/participants/partners to ensure all needs/issues are communicated. • Provide… Providence Health & Services


30+ days ago

Executive Director, Geriatric Program

Providence Health & Services Portland, OR

in strategic leadership, program development and support, and relationship building to impact effective management of the geriatric population… Providence Health & Services


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    Overall very good over the 15 years I was th. Quick growth and inexperienced management limited its continued blessings.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Portland, OR
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Portland, OR

    I worked at Providence Health & Services full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    In the early years it was its Christian affiliation and the mission; caring senior executives; and experienced caring individuals who believed in that mission that drove the care and compassion employees had for its customers - and for each other. There was a sense of belonging. And the health benefits and wages were above average and employees were able to raise a family without the hardships seemingly placed on so many other employees in other companies. So, employees felt important, they felt valued which led them to exceed the higher standards that the Sisters of Providence had always demanded and been known for.

    Cons

    The org. grew by leaps and bounds in the 90's and on into the 2000's. Management in-experience, competition locally and regionally, plus a faster paced health care environment and the increasingly larger amount of regulation placed on health care helped to erode the excellence within Providence and the feeling of community amoung employees. Eventually, executives and many senior managers caved to the pressure of survival and gave up the goal of being an organization that was all about the patient via. the service and compassionate care provided by the employee. PH&S gave up on trying to be different, trying to be the one special and unique entity in the community that was about family and its employees. They forgot the importance of the employee who was giving their-all for the organization; they forgot that employees ARE what make the organization and are the soldiers in the trenches and on the front line with the patient/customers, and the thousands of families it touches.Some bad apples and inexperienced management helped continue the downward spiral to what everyone now sees - the New Providence Health and Services.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen, learn, and remember success is still about doing the right thing! Have faith in your employees and remember that just because the Sisters are gone and no longer running the organization, do not forget their teaching and the loving service they demonstrated. The "Greater Good" concept doesn't always fit every situation - and above all - Christ should still be the center of the mission. Even with all the new regulations and the severe financial challenges the org. faces, employees are good and strong enough to help you weather the storms. Strive to be the compassionate, patient focused, employee centered, service oriented force in health care Providence once was. In the almost words of a great poet, 'Providence was great because Providence was good. Providence stopped being great - when she quit being good!' Still pulling for you Prov-now get going!

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