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I have been working at BayCare Health System full-time (More than 8 years)
large company with great pay
benefits are expensive and insurance not as good as you think
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at BayCare Health System (Saint Petersburg, FL) in July 2015.
I first received a call to be set up with a phone screen. The date was set and it came and went with no call. I contacted the person that initially set up the screening and she apologized and reset the date. I then received a phone call to set up an interview. I was also set up with an online site to list my references which I did and all answered back but the next day.I receive another call to change the interview date with the Practice Administrator and a doctor in a different office than what I applied for. The day of the interview the Practice Administrator was impressed and also mentioned that she would like me to interview with a different office as well. The doctor that I came back and met with that day told me that my resume was impressive and that she hoped I would consider working for her. At that time the Practice Manager gave me her card and encouraged me to contact her with questions or to check on the status. That afternoon I sent her a thank you email and a question that I had thought of. No return email. The next week I received a call and was set up with an interview for the second doctor office. I met with three doctors and was told that the Practice Manager was unable to make it. The interview appeared to go well. I wrote a second thank you to the Practice Manager and a question regarding the second position that I interviewed for. No return email. A week went by and I tried to call the Practice Manager and get an update. I left a message with her assistant. About an hour and a half later I received a generic email stating that I was not being considered for the position that I originally applied for and never even interviewed for. I find the way that I was handled very unprofessional. It's too bad because Bay Care appears to be a great company to work for.
- There really wasn't any difficult or unexpected questions for the position that I was interviewing for. Answer Question
BayCare Health System takes care of folks lounging (or limping) at the bay in the Sunshine State. Established in 1997, the health system operates more than 10 not-for-profit hospitals and about 200 other outpatient locations that serve the residents of Tampa Bay and surrounding areas in Florida. The system's member hospitals have about 2,800 beds and are organized under the Morton Plant Mease, St. Anthony's, and St. Joseph's-South Florida Baptist hospital systems. Together, BayCare's hospitals offer a variety of specialty services ranging from ...