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Boston Medical Center President and CEO Kate Walsh
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    BMC is a Great Place to Work

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    Former Employee - Web Content Manager in Boston, MA
    Former Employee - Web Content Manager in Boston, MA

    I worked at Boston Medical Center full-time (more than 5 years)


    Employees care about each other and see the importance of their role in the big picture. Just had a fun 5 year celebration and met so many others who love what they do. BMC has an annual survey for employees to provide input on their areas so they can retain great workers. The hospital is always implementing changes that continue to improve and expand patient services. A new campus expansion project is underway through 2017.


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Boston Medical Center Interviews

Updated Dec 3, 2014
Updated Dec 3, 2014

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    Project Coordinator Interview

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    Anonymous Employee
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    I applied online. The process took 3+ monthsinterviewed at Boston Medical Center.

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    This was the worst interview process I've ever been through. Applied for a job from a posting at the beginning of September. It said to send a resume directly to the email address of the supervisor. I phone interviewed about a week later, mainly going over my resume with the supervisor. I then got an in person interview and went in about a week and half after the phone interview. The interview itself was straightforward, mostly your basic HR questions and ones I'd seen directly on websites that you can google to coach you for a job interview. However, the interview was with four people at the same time which would have been nice to know ahead of time.

    I was then called in for another in person interview about three weeks later to meet another person that works in the office. Not a big deal but annoying because I lived an hour away at the time and the meeting took only 15 minutes. They also did not offer to comp my parking or anything either time. I was asked to submit 4 references (thats more than ive even been asked for) and a writing sample after this and was told they would have a decision in a week. They proceeded to contact my references and two weeks go by. I checked in to see what was up and they said they'd be in touch if they want to proceed. Another two weeks go by and I get an email asking if I'm still interested, which I was at this point in time. Then i have to submit all the materials I already gave them online through HR and they said it would take time for them to review it with HR and make a decision. I wait another two weeks and no word. I decide to contact them and they had already hired someone.

    The interviews themselves were really easy but it's rude to contact references and make me jump through hoops and then not have the courtesy to tell me I'm not longer being considered. This may not hold true for all of BMC but for this specific department, the process was extremely disorganized.

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Headquarters Boston, MA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1996
Type Nonprofit Organization
Industry Health Care
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year

Located in Boston's South End neighborhood, Boston Medical Center (BMC) offers a full spectrum of health care services, from prenatal care and obstetrics to surgery and rehabilitation. BMC is also the city's largest provider of indigent care, spending millions of dollars annually on care for uninsured patients and offering free screenings and other community outreach programs. The not-for-profit hospital boasts about 640 licensed beds, 1,300 physicians, and includes a Level 1 trauma center, acute rehabilitation facilities, and neonatal and pediatric intensive care units... More

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