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I have been working at Children's Hospital & Research Center at Oakland
Staff are dedicated to the kids. All kids. Friendly environment and collegial relationships between departments. Good benefits although having to pay for them when in past it was free (to make up for lower pay) in essence became a huge cut in salary. Oh, surgeons saying "Good mornong" in the halls even though they don't know who I am..did I say staff here are dedicated?
Understaffed, having to prove that you could support a new position financially when clinicians should not have that burden, should be able to concentrate on clinical care. Lower pay than across bay.
Advice to Management
Please retain longstanding staff who are dedicated, by staffing appropriately so they don't burn out. Love leadership with Bert Lubin, let's trickle down his creativity and enthusiasm to all management
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through other source – interviewed at Children's Hospital & Research Center at Oakland.
More on the informal side. I got to know the lab, was showed around the facilities. We discussed previous research experience and current projects in the lab. Overall, it was a very relaxed interview.
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Children's Hospital & Research Center at Oakland (operating as Children's Hospital Oakland) does just what its name says, provides medical care for children and performs research to advance the treatment of pediatric diseases. The freestanding hospital has about 190 beds and a staff of some 700 medical professionals with 30 medical specialties. Its services include orthopedics, neurology, oncology, and cardiology, as well as surgery, trauma, neonatal, and intensive care. Additionally, the hospital operates several satellite outpatient clinics providing ...