Great matching for the retirement! Solid medical and great dental and vision coverage. Wish there were a couple more paid holidays though.
I didn't like the 100% vesting schedule after 3 years. I would have preferred 1/3 over 3 years. Vacation and sick are combined and labeled PTO - 20 days your first 4 years. 7 Paid holidays. Overall the benefits were pretty good.
They pay into your retirement.
The volunteer and intern positions at Denver Health give each worker one free complimentary meal voucher (which has a value of $5) per shift worked. Also, the 2 month long summer internship allowed for 3 days off for vacations and/or sick days. There is also the opportunity to experience work in multiple departments; for example, I also got to contribute work in the Volunteer Services department after I got my projects in the Central Supply department finished. There are also Colorado Division of Vocational Rehabilitation job coaches for you to talk to and get work assistance and job skills coaching from.
DHMP is affordable and convenient
Medical insurance for self and family is super cheap when using the base plan to be seen only at Denver Health. All co-pays are $400 or less. All ER and UC facilities are considered in network. Only negative is if you want to be seen at another facility that is not Denver Health, you will have to go with a more expensive plan or be referred elsewhere.
Cost of coverage is great
Matching 401, 457. 20 days vacation. medical insurance including eye and dental provided at a decent price through the hospital.
Best: the medical and dental are priced well. Worst: n/a
Very low pay and no bonuses offered the annual raise was negligible too. The only good thing they offer is eco pass
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