Enloe Medical Center

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Enloe Medical Center Reviews

Updated Jun 1, 2014

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3.4 5 reviews

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Mike Wiltermood

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75% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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    I enjoyed my job and it had very good benefits.

    Registered Nurse (Current Employee) Chico, CA

    ProsMy co-workers were a great group, family like. Pay was highest in the area. The benefits were really good; medical dental, vision and IRA that the medical center meets at 50%. They also offer a new graduate program. Excellent annual training program.

    ConsI was ambivalent about the 12 hour shifts. I did like having 4 days off a week, especially when it coincided with a weekend.

    Advice to Senior ManagementWhen an employee has been injured, continues to have pain and is taking medications, being forced to interview for job positions.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Volunteering in the Emergency Department

    Emergency Room Volunteer (Current Employee) Chico, CA

    ProsMuch patient contact, great opportunity to learn about emergency medicine and gain first-hand experiences, great staff to work with, incredibly intelligent and skilled physicians.

    ConsRange of tasks volunteers are able to do is very limited, regardless of knowledge or experience. Many cases are not what one would think of when considering emergency medicine (ie intoxications, mental instability cases, etc.)

    Advice to Senior ManagementFurther diversity training may be good as some staff seem very insensitive to patients' situations.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Should be a better place to work --

    Manager (Former Employee) Chico, CA

    ProsGreat patient care -- the physicians and volunteers are wonderful. Nice hospital atmosphere.

    ConsLack of senior management engagement. Poor employee morale. Parking is terrible for patients and employees (but that's usually the case at most hospitals).

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Good pay, good benefits. Management not always helpful.

    Respiratory Care Practitioner (Former Employee) Chico, CA

    ProsBenefits
    Pay
    Comraderie
    Pleasing environmernt
    Good annual picnic and Christmas party

    ConsManagement sometimes secretive about upcoming changes.

    Advice to Senior ManagementBe more open about upcoming changes.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Okay place to work that is getting better and better

    Clinical Technologist (Current Employee) Chico, CA

    ProsGreat location, chico is an amazing place to live and work in. The caliber of your follow employees is high with a wide range of ages from newly graduated nurses to nurses that have been working for more then thirty years. Several good changes have come about since the adoption of the nurses union and the hiring of Deorah Yancer. Pay is going up and wide sweeping and desperately needed changes are taking place.

    ConsWhile the nurses union has brought about quite a few desperately need changes, it has also caused several problems in how it has gone about making these changes. The level of diversity at the hospital is dreadfully low, while this is partially because of the rather low level of diversity found in the northern part of california it can be kind of depressing for people who are used to a more diverse work place. While Deborah Yancer has helped implement alot of good changes there is still a lot that need to be done.

    Just found out that Deborah Yancer will be resigning from the CEO position, this does add some apprehension to me recommending working at Enloe. Hopefully the new CEO will be as good if not better then Deborah Yancer

    Advice to Senior ManagementKeep making smart changes, increase the amount of communication you have with front line employees and start recruiting more doctors

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