Cedars-Sinai offers a comprehensive benefits package to meet the needs of today's employees. Our benefits package has been designed to be flexible, allowing you to choose the coverage that works best for your personal or family situation and then change your coverage as you move through different phases of life.
Cedars-Sinai pays for a significant portion of the cost and you can customize your benefits by choosing from a variety of options including supplemental insurance.
Here's a summary highlighting key benefits offered at Cedars-Sinai to employees working 20 or more hours a week (the minimum hours required for benefits coverage). These benefits may change at any time and benefit plan documents always take precedence over this or any other benefit description;
Very generous medical benefits and very affordable!!!!!!!! The PPO is also A-1 because you can go to all of the MD’s that work at Cedars !
Excellent health insurance coverage that is very affordable. Great pension plan.
Best thing about the health insurance benefits is the low cost. For MA you can expect to pay for HMO healthcare around $20 per month for single or upwards of $80 per month for the entire family. I accrue almost 5 hours per month of Vacation after 2 years.
Honestly nothing. Benefits were amazing. Never paid a dime for anything and services were quick and very fancy.
Competitive compensation and benefits. No complaints.
Exceptional health insurance coverage and access to stellar physicians.
The best thing is that you and your family get to see Cedars physicians free of charge no matter how many times a year you need to see them . I've had two kids in the hospital and the only fee I paid $100 was for the genetic screen labs.
great benefits and healthcare for employees
They offer 403K, the health insurance is really good, Vacation is 16 days for 1-3 years, 21 days for 4-9 yeras, and 26 days for 10+ years, Cedars Sinai has 6 national holidays plus 4 floating holidays, and only 5 sick days per year
The benefits are okay. Media, dental, vision, 403b. I have PPO and it's expensive. They're trying to force as many employees as they can into HMO by raising the price for PPO so high that most everone can't afford it. Vacation is average, 2 weeks when you start then it increase over time. 403b has matching up to a certain percentage.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.