First Choice health network and as long as you see Dr's inside the network your out of pocket cost is low! Copays are typically $20 for an office visit and there is no deductible for most services. Vision isnt the best, $500 plan max for a 24 month period and the only in network clinics are very expensive so you burn up the benefit quickly and have to pay out of pocket costs for glasses. Dental is decent but no major services or orthodontia for 1 year after your effective date. No preventive care or natural healthcare coverage, and mental health coverage is limited and there are a lot of hoops to jump through to get seen.
Health Insurance is good after paying out
Your work week is adjusted to 72 hours, unless you are contracted for 80.
Great 401 k and PTO
The best was the understanding of Family Leave/Medical Leave
The company takes 25% of PDO from employees
Able to get free health insurance by doing biometric screenings and getting yearly exams.
AH not only matches 50% on the first 4% you contribute, but you also get an additional 3% as a discretionary contribution, for a total employer contribution of 5%. If you earn above the SSTWB, you get an additional contribution to help make up for the fact you are not earning Social Security benefits on that compensation. Fees are very low and plan provisions are generous.
High insurance co pays. Poor customer service from Adventist Hospital staff. Terrible mandatory retirement of minimum 2% losing money in 12 months despite a good year for Wall Street.
When working for Adventist Rideout we have the normal benefit package like other hospitals.
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