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30+ days ago

Occupational Therapist

William Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak, MI

Develops and implements an appropriate inpatient rehab treatment plan for each hospitalized patient. Serves as a resource of information and… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Mid-Level Provider

William Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak, MI

1.) Assist the surgeon in the perioperative care of patients. 2.) Assist the surgeon in surgical procedures. The PA may perform bedside procedures as… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Home Care - RN Care Manager

William Beaumont Hospital Madison Heights, MI

• The RN Care Manager is a registered nurse who, through the use of care management principles, works autonomously, applies the nursing process to… CareerBuilder

4 days ago

Infrastructure Systems Analyst- Clinical Image Archive

William Beaumont Hospital Troy, MI

include: Administration of Clinical Image Archive: Merge iConnect software, Hyland OnBase software and storage hardware: EMC VNX and Isilon clusters… CareerBuilder

4 days ago

Director Emergency Nursing

William Beaumont Hospital Grosse Pointe, MI

At Beaumont Health System Grosse Pointe Division, were seeking a strategically focused leader to direct the growth of this state-of-the-future… CareerBuilder

18 days ago

Lead Proton Therapy Physicist

William Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak, MI

The Department of Radiation Oncology at Beaumont Health System is seeking a proton therapy physics to lead the physics and dosimetric group in the… Glassdoor

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    Losing the personal touch

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Royal Oak, MI
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Royal Oak, MI

    I worked at William Beaumont Hospital full-time for more than 10 years


    It's a great place to learn a lot if you like working for a large corporation. Most of my co-workers have been pleasant to work with. Although benefits are slowly being taken away, they still compare to other hospitals. Pay is slightly above other hospitals.


    The largest "con" is upper management. They were quick to eliminate jobs that had direct impact on patient care, yet they never looked to see how "fat" upper management was and how some of those positions could be eliminated instead. There's a lot of "red tape" at Beaumont. Too many levels to have to go through, I agree, but eliminate the positions that actually "work"? Not just sit pretty behind their desk with their fancy suits and attend meetings all day? I feel I have a right to say this because I was a manager and I've attended some of those meetings. They're clickish and some of them are just "feel good" meetings. I also understand they want to keep the property looking nice but I've literally seen them put in trees one year and dig them up the next. This gets to be expensive as employees are losing benefits.I know, I know...different budget. See...too much red tape. Sounds like the government. Beaumont is basically getting TOO BIG! It's losing that personal touch that it once had.

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    Look at upper management positions and eliminate those that aren't needed anymore. Stop preaching that everyone at Beaumont is "family". When I was snuck out the back door and escorted to my car by security without even getting to say goodbye to my staff, I didn't feel like "family". In fact, when security hung around my car until I left Beaumont property, I felt like a common criminal! So either practice what you preach or don't bother preaching. Just a few years before my job was eliminated, all the "suits" were shaking my hand congratulating me on all my years of service. Hmm, which is it? Do you want people with many years of service or not? You're sending mixed messages when a lot of positions eliminated were long term employees.

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