CoxHealth Benefits

3.5
39 Ratings

Our Benefits

At CoxHealth, employees enjoy working for southwest Missouri's largest employer. Our Experience Excellence program ensures that employees and patients are treated with the utmost respect and care.

Which benefits does CoxHealth provide?

Current and former employees report that CoxHealth provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.

Insurance, Health & WellnessFinancial & RetirementFamily & ParentingVacation & Time OffPerks & DiscountsProfessional Support

Insurance, Health & Wellness

Health Insurance
2.8
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3.0
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2.0
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3.0
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2.0
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1.0
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4.0
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2.0
1 Rating
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Mental Health Care
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Financial & Retirement

2.0
1 Rating
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5.0
1 Rating

Family & Parenting

2.0
1 Rating
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5.0
1 Rating
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3.0
1 Rating
Childcare
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Dependent Care
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Military Leave
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Reduced or Flexible Hours
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Work From Home
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Vacation & Time Off

3.7
3 Ratings
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3.0
1 Rating
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1.0
1 Rating
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Perks & Discounts

2.0
1 Rating
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2.0
1 Rating
3.0
1 Rating
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Employee Assistance Program
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Employee Discount
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Professional Support

2.0
1 Rating
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3.0
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Diversity Program
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Professional Development
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Employee Benefit Reviews

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Most Commented

  • Health Insurance(7 comments)

    Health insurance has a cumbersome process for getting prescriptions/amounts not previously covered by the plan approved. Have not used the health plan extensively, so I’m relying on reports from my coworkers about poor coverage for certain treatments.

  • Vacation & Paid Time Off(4 comments)

    Cox offers zero paid holidays (although your recruiter is likely to use some twisted phrasing to make it sound like they do such as “holidays are factored in”) and in year 1 of employment, employees can accrue 17 days off; in years 2-4, employees can accrue 19 days off. The ETO policy lumps all types of time off in one—personal, sick, vacation, holiday, etc are all equal. This set up means that after 9 traditional holidays (if you're able to take them off), employees have a mere 8 days to spread between sick time for themselves and their families, downtime, and other activities that allow employees to manage their lives. I, along with many of my coworkers, have postponed necessary medical appointments/treatments as a result. It is unconscionable that employees of a health system find themselves unable to take care of the basic health needs of themselves and their families.

Sep 30, 2021
4.0
Former Billing Specialist in Springfield, MO, Missouri

Earned time off, health incentives and insurance.

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Sep 8, 2021
3.0
Current Employee

Good time off accrual. Not great health insurance coverage.

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Aug 15, 2021
3.0
Current Employee

The health insurance coverage is exceedingly poor, given that this is a healthcare facility.

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Aug 11, 2021
1.0
Current Employee

This place uses and abuses you then kicks you to the curb

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May 23, 2021
3.0
Current Employee

CoxHealth’s 403b retirement savings is competitive (match the first 3% of your contribution at 100% and the next 4-7% at 50%), although Cox is not vested until 2 years of employment (25% vested at 2 years, 50% at 3 years, 75% at 4 years, and 100% at 5 years). However, due to burnout caused by poor work life balance and no paid holidays, I’d be shocked if many employees are able to make it to many dates in their vesting schedule. Cox offers zero paid holidays (although your recruiter is likely to use some twisted phrasing to make it sound like they do such as “holidays are factored in”) and in year 1 of employment, employees can accrue 17 days off; in years 2-4, employees can accrue 19 days off. The ETO policy lumps all types of time off in one—personal, sick, vacation, holiday, etc are all equal. This set up means that after 9 traditional holidays (if you're able to take them off), employees have a mere 8 days to spread between sick time for themselves and their families, downtime, and other activities that allow employees to manage their lives. I, along with many of my coworkers, have postponed necessary medical appointments/treatments as a result. Cox also has a competitive wellness program which allows you to accrue points (which translates to money) for employee HRA up to $1k/yr. This program is great, but fundamentally useless if employees don’t have time to take care of their health needs. It is unconscionable that employees of a health system find themselves unable to take care of the basic health needs of themselves and their families.

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Apr 20, 2021
5.0
Former Employee

Great company benifits, inluding 401 k match, insurance, life, dental, vision. A great team, they really listen to your needs.

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Apr 17, 2021
5.0
Current Employee

Great voluntary benefits for pregnancy

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Apr 12, 2021
5.0
Current Wellness Education Specialist in Springfield, MO, Missouri

Great financial incentives to complete wellness program each year.

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May 10, 2021
1.0
Former Employee

Inexpensive premiums for health, vision and dental for an individual.

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Apr 6, 2021
2.0
Current Employee

Low match, health insurance 60/40 and too high

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