Advent Health Care Benefits
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Insurance, Health & Wellness
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Great benefits package with various benefits offered.
Health Insurance is the best benefit
This company has pretty decent benefits
Standard benefits. PDO was terrible.
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I recently started a job in a small medical office. The doctor is cheap, rude, demanding, condescending, and has unrealistic expectations. The receptionist is a miserable, ticking , tourettes time bomb. The doctor announced that she wanted to take 8 of us to a restaurant Thursday night. I'd rather whistle through 4 unanesthetized route canals! I have no desire to socialize with these soul-less, unconscionable maggots. We don't even get paid for one holiday. How do I get out of this??
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If the USA had universal healthcare for all, like most countries do, in what ways would the healthcare system look different? Would universal healthcare coverage help or hurt the current staffing shortage across all disciplines in healthcare settings?
My company was bought out by Avista private equity firm. They’ve revoked our ability to rollover more then 40 hrs of PTO (which is sick and vacation leave) we cannot contribute to coworkers in need of PTO hours to care for themselves or a loved one & there is no means for a person to accrue time to take off for a new baby, surgery or to care for a loved one. We now need a doctors note when we take off more then three days. But we can’t take off even when sick because we’re short staffed! WTF!
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Good retirement plans for employees
Health Insurance is expensive and you get no discounts even though you work for a hospital.
Nothing right now. Good Job.
Overall the benefits package is good. Different options available. The insurance is expensive for part time employees.
With census low during the summer months, you'll get 'pushed back' to an 11 am start time or canceled for the day and will be charged against your vacation time to make up hours. Health benefits are $75-$125 every 2 weeks and the copays and deductibles are very expensive. Specialists office visits within the network are expensive too.