Mills-Peninsula Health Services
3.8 of 5 4 reviews
www.mills-peninsula.org Burlingame, CA 1000 to 5000 Employees

Mills-Peninsula Health Services Reviews

Updated Feb 6, 2014

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Bob Merwin

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67% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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Caring, friendly, knowledgable employees staff this community based hospital!

Administrative Assistant (Former Employee)
Burlingame, CA

I worked at Mills-Peninsula Health Services as an intern for more than a year

ProsUnlike many of the teaching hospitals and other large hospitals in the area, Mills-Peninsula Health Services is a small, community based hospital. Because of this, the employees and the the management know each-other. They are able to collaborate in order to make sure the hospital is flowing and patients are getting the best care possible.

ConsFor me, there really were none. The building as just been completely re-built, so the patient rooms have the top of the line equipment! There are also beautiful courtyards, as it is a strong belief that peace and nature can help healing.

Advice to Senior ManagementContinue to be a part of the action on the floor, you never know what is actually happening within the hospital until you see what the nurses, doctors, case managers, and every one else involved in patient care are doing!

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Solid company going through a lot of changes. It is becoming more corporate. However, many quality people work there.

Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

I have been working at Mills-Peninsula Health Services full-time for more than 10 years

ProsWonderful health insurance, decent paid time off. Quality varies from department to department but overall they try hard to do a very good job.

ConsFlat organizational chart means little room for advancement. Things take a long time to change.

Advice to Senior ManagementCreate an ombudsman that employees could speak with and advise about needed changes.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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Chief Financial Officer (Current Employee)
Burlingame, CA

I have been working at Mills-Peninsula Health Services

ProsProvides opportunity to improve the health of the community; nimble culture

ConsLots of changes coming in Healthcare Industry

Advice to Senior ManagementRemain focused on the improving the the health of the community

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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Big Brother, MPH, tells you when, how far, and how long you HAVE to do it without consideration of what Happened to you.

Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)
Burlingame, CA

I have been working at Mills-Peninsula Health Services

ProsIf you are a nurse, at least you can contribute your skills and knowledge. However, computer charting and inane ever changing polices knock the backbone out of what one is called to do in giving ample care to the patient. Here, it's about the money. For who? The hospital.

ConsLittle care, thought, or consideration of a Professional's needs. Work related injuries are shunned as being "much to do about nothing." Policies forever change without input from employees. Those that implement these policies are most often inexperienced and focused on only their "expertise" while disregarding the flow of the entire system or purpose.

Advice to Senior ManagementManagement states that the hospital is about service, expertise, and functionality; however, the real protocol has little to do or concern about those who are doing the work. Nurses are treated with total disrespect.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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