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Stanford Health Care President & CEO Amir Dan Rubin
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42 Ratings

    Great hours, good pay, tough environment

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    Former Employee - Intern in Palo Alto, CA
    Former Employee - Intern in Palo Alto, CA

    I worked at Stanford Health Care as an intern (less than a year)


    Hours were generally excellent - I was often told to 'go home' by 4:30-5 (started at 8). They are big on work life balance, but the hours you do put in are super fast paced and hectic. Sometimes it felt so fast paced it was hard to resolve issues in a meaningful way. Pay was great, although Palo Alto is very expensive. Lots of learning opportunities and hands on experience/growth.


    Company culture in the IT department was a mess. They recently went from 200 people to 500+ and growing fast. Because of that, it was hard to make personal connections to others and a good deal of antisocial or cold behavior went on. Upper management seemed stretched thin and it was very hard for employees to find time to meet with their managers to resolve conflicts, although some managers did better than others.

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    Get culture sorted out! Taking surveys or mandating C-I-CARE to improve morale is superficial and lame. Dig deep into finding solutions to address the IT challenges.

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Stanford Health Care Interviews

Updated Jan 17, 2015
Updated Jan 17, 2015

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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeksinterviewed at Stanford Health Care.

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    Went through an agency recruiter so first interview was smoo to setup. After interview I heard back the next day on next steps to fly out but was slow to setup but it was over the holidays.

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    • No real difficult questions but I have interviewed and been interviewed many times so no real surprises, they are very concerned about cultural fit which I appreciated.   Answer Question
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    No negotiation. Was told top offer was given, it was a fair salary offer in my opinnion. I was most interested in relocation assistance could have been better.
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Headquarters Stanford, CA
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1957
Type Company - Private
Industry Health Care
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Doctors, patients, medical students, and researchers can all meet at Stanford Health Care. As Stanford University's primary medical teaching facility, the 600-bed Stanford Hospital specializes in such areas as cardiac care, cancer treatment, neurology, and organ transplant. The affiliated Stanford Clinics is a physician group practice organization that represents more than 100 specialized fields of medicine. Stanford Health Care is part of the Stanford Medicine organization, which also includes the nearby Stanford University School of Medicine and the 270-bed Lucile... More

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