health insurance is pretty standard from what I can tell. They are restrictive on the kind of doctors you can see though, preference is give to doctors and practitioners within the Baptist Health network.
The benefits are great. They will try and force you to take a baptist doctor but as long as your provider accepts anthem you can see whoever.
The health insurance was comprehensive and inexpensive.
One of the best benefit packages available
403B is 3 percent match of 6 percent on employee contribution.
*PRN salary is a pre-set amount, no negotiation or consideration of previous experience, knowledge, skill set or qualifications. *Baptist Health has not fully integrated and instilled the Baptist Health culture into the former Floyd Memorial Hospital. *There are many tenured employees, not receptive to change or suggestions. *The hospital culture and environment remains a "good ole boy and good ole gal" mentality *Supervisory management is very inflexible and not receptive to suggestions, and new ideas of change from new employees (outsiders). *Inadequate staffing *Inadequate orientation *Inadequate salary (as compared to the Louisville Metropolitan Hospitals 5-10 miles away)
great package-no issues with the benefits
Benefits are okay. They keep taking away benefits and increase premiums. Pto is available but accrual rate keeps decreasing making it hard to accumulate vacation time.
Paid Time off program is generous and the medical benefits package is good. Tuition benefits are good.
Retirement contributions and education reimbursment bare minimum
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.