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Benefits!!! The best there is! Large organization with many hospitals under there umbrella so you can move about. Greenville Memorial is the flagship, so to speak, and where I work. Its always under construction. The pay is average. You are working for a non profit though...
As with any hospital you get good co workers and you get bad. HR is getting better at handling situations and there is always a number you can call if they are not helpful. The OR has, under the current director, a constant fear of being let go. I have seen the director maybe twice. The off shifts are under staffed and dangerously understaffed on the weekends for a level one... Standing up for yourself WILL get you fired.
Advice to Management
POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT! I never heard of the good I was doing from management, I would hear it from my co-workers and surgeons, but from supervisors to managers its always what someone did wrong, or was PERCEIVED to do wrong. Please Please try harder to keep the experienced workers there!! It truly makes a difference.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Greenville Hospital System (Laurens, SC) in March 2015.
I put in my application in November of 2014. I didn't receive a call for an interview until March of 2015. I was interviewed by the dept. head, Mike. The interview was positive, professional, and friendly. I was shown around the department, given a sample schedule, and given a summary of expectations for the job. At the end of the interview, Mike discussed the salary abs reassured me about the position .
- What do you think YOU may be able to offer this department, if hired? Answer Question
However, none were necessary. Salary offer was more than generous.
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From education and research to primary care and surgery, Greenville Hospital System (GHS) is out to keep residents of the "Golden Strip" (the corridor connecting Charlotte, North Carolina, and Atlanta) healthy. Founded in 1912, the system encompasses five campuses with nearly 1,300 inpatient beds. Its flagship facility is Greenville Memorial Hospital, a tertiary referral and academic medical center with more than 700 beds; other facilities include several smaller community hospitals, a nursing home, and a long-term acute care hospital. GHS offers a full range of services...