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30+ days ago

NP/PA Float Pool- Medical Cardiology .75 (outpatient & inpatient)

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

The NP/PA in the Float Pool will be responsible for covering for any absences or cover for additional need in their assigned coverage pod. If there… Glassdoor


13 days ago

Social Work Clinician (Liver Transplant)

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

Social Work Clinician is the entry, developmental, and first working level of professional social work for employees who are recent graduates as well… Glassdoor


14 days ago

PRACTICE CARE COORDINATOR

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

The Care Coordinator for Medical Specialties functions as the central member of the Hepatology and Renal Clinics patient team as both the medical… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Chief Medical Dosimetrist - Radiation Therapy

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

The Chief Medical Dosimetrist is responsible for planning, developing and managing the dosimetrists in conformance with departmental and SHC goals… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sr Talent Acquisition Consultant - IT (Sr Recruiter - IT)

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

This Sr Talent Acquisition Consultant position focuses on all recruitment-related activities for our IT Department. Sr. Talent Acqusition… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Nurse Practitioner Hem/Onc .6 days

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

The inpatient hematology/oncology NP team (MED9) is a collaborative model of care consisting of 3 attending physicians and a team of NPs who provide… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

RELIEF Office Assistant IV (NPC) - Cutaneous Onc

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

. Although assistance is generally available for unusual or difficult situations, the New… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Nurse Coordinator - Clinical Neurosciences

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

Nurse Coordinator describes a variety of specialized nursing positions that provide assistance in planning, coordinating… Glassdoor


17 days ago

Clinic Manager (3rd &

Stanford Hospital & Clinics San Jose, CA

Directs, manages, and coordinates the patient care delivery, personnel, administrative, business, technical and nursing operations of one or more… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant (Clinical Decision Unit)

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

and be responsible for evaluating and treating patients and families who present to the Emergency… Glassdoor


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    Tertiary hospital with specialized care for very sick patients. Not great for routine medical needs.

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    I have been working at Stanford Health Care part-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Pay is competitive on the lower end with other Bay Area hospitals. Health insurance is free to inexpensive if you sign up for the "approved" plan. Dental insurance is free. Amount of PTO is competitive. Currently new hospital is under construction but prior to that, was a very nice campus. Definitely feels like you are making a difference by working here.

    Cons

    Very obtrusive management. HR is virtually non-existent (websites galore is all you get) and ALWAYS sides with management. Campus is torn up pretty bad right now due the the new hospital construction. Hidden pay scale not shared with employees. Reviews done via HR website - no one-on-one with supervisor. Department "huddles" are mandatory and scrutinized by managers. Very little friendly interaction with management. Lots of propaganda. Feels like the website is a commercial. CEO's picture is everywhere.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You need to get out of the way of the people working at your institution so that they can do their jobs. Stop spending money on innane programs and provide ammenities so your employees are comfortable while they are working their tushies off.

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