Advent Health Care Benefits
- All Employees
- Part Time
- Full Time
Which benefits does Advent Health Care provide?
Current and former employees report that Advent Health Care provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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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.
Today I was told by my employer that they do not want a chain of command in our company, and they do not want to update job descriptions because they feel like that limits what people feel they can do in their position. This makes me feel like there are no clear lines when it comes to who does what and who is responsible for what. Is this common in a healthcare clinic or is this a major red flag for me?
Certified Medication Aide
I have been a medication aide/CNA in Kansas for 7 years. Im ready to start a different career path as I would like to have holidays and weekends off. Currently I work in assisted living and like that setting. What other jobs could I do that aren’t in healthcare but have similar wages.
Director of Admissions
Anyone hiring in the Raleigh Durham area or remotely? My background of 15 yrs is in Healthcare Administration/Marketing/Sales in both Retirement centers and Hospitals. Im willing to pivot into Medicare Sales or Insurance companies. Need a job ASAP I’ve been actively applying on all platforms but no leads so far. Thanks in advance 🙏
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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.