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I have been working at OhioHealth full-time (More than 10 years)
OhioHealth does an excellent job promoting their philosophy.and getting feedback from associates and patients through surveys. great coworkers, benefits are okay,
Some departments run short staffed. I think benefits could be better for being an hospital system. Over all not a bad place to work.
Advice to Management
Take time to go through the associate survey with the associate. Often the information gleaned from the survey gets filtered back to the associate in order to only work on items that mgr feels appreciate.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at OhioHealth (Columbus, OH) in May 2015.
I received a call the day after submitting multiple applications online. I met with the recruiter a few days later. The meeting with the recruiter was very laid back. I don't remember any specific questions asked, as the meeting was mostly her going over benefits, base pay, hours, etc. Immediately after, she took me to the site manager's office, which is located in the hospital, across the street from the HR building. The site manager was very nice and easy-going. I could tell she was getting a good grip of my personality just through casual conversation. She asked simple, straightforward questions that you usually get in job interviews (why do you want to do this, where do you see yourself going, etc). After that, she took me to the phlebotomy room, where I met several coworkers and chatted for a while before heading home. A few hours later, the recruiter called me back and offered me the job, citing positive reviews from the site manager.
- Why do you want to work in phlebotomy? 1 Answer
Pay is based on a base pay x years of experience. Hours are based on availability.
Operating throughout the central part of the state, OhioHealth aims to keep Buckeyes healthy. The not-for-profit system runs eight acute care hospitals and is affiliated with another nine community hospitals and area health systems. All told, OhioHealth has about 2,000 staffed beds in and around Columbus. Additional facilities offer urgent care, physical rehabilitation, diagnostic imaging, and sleep diagnostics services. Subsidiary HomeReach provides home health care and hospice care. Its WorkHealth program offers workers' compensation care management and occupational ...