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25 days ago

Technical Manager - Cath Lab / Interventional Radiology

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Stanford, CA

Our busy Cath Angio Lab has approximately 14,000 patient visits per year and is staffed by a multidisciplinary team. The patient population is… HealtheCareers

25 days ago

Perioperative Nurses

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Stanford, CA

We are seeking dynamic nurses with circulating experience for our busy Perioperative Region which sees approximately 12,615 annual cases and… HealtheCareers

24 days ago

Director, Web Applications - Stanford Health Care

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

We are equally determined to advance health care in the virtual space as we are in discovering new treatments and medicines. This is matched only by… HealtheCareers

25 days ago

Surgical Technologists

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Stanford, CA

The Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) is located at the Stanford Campus in Palo Alto and has 12 suites and 2 treatment rooms. ASC sees patients for… HealtheCareers

30+ days ago

Privacy Informatics Specialist

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

The Privacy Assurance Informatics Specialist must possess and demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of and skill in areas of healthcare applications… Glassdoor

12 days ago

Project Coordinator - Graduate Medical Education

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

Plans, coordinates, and participates in the Graduate Medical Education Review Committee, Resident Safety Council, Transfer of Care Task Force… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Lead IT Clinical Applications, Ambulatory Systems & Services

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

The Lead, IT Clinical Applications addresses the implementation, support, and maintenance of relevant Epic modules in collaboration with the other… Glassdoor

30 days ago

IT Project Manager, Facilities / Infrastructure

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

The IT Project Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of assigned IT projects. Including but not limiting to developing, executing and… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Office Assistant IV -Access Float

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

. Although assistance is generally available for unusual or difficult situations, the Office Assistant IV -Access… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Medical Assistant - Ortho Clinic

Stanford Hospital & Clinics Palo Alto, CA

Under general supervision in an outpatient clinical setting, the medical assistant performs a variety of routine administrative, clerical and… 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)


    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.


    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.

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    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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