HCA Healthcare Benefits
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As part of the HCA Healthcare family, our colleagues work hard to help others achieve a healthier tomorrow. But, to be at their best, they also need to take care of themselves. That's why we offer a fair, smart and competitive benefits package that includes health and wellness benefits, retirement savings support, education assistance, time away from work and much more.
Which benefits does HCA Healthcare provide?
Current and former employees report that HCA Healthcare provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- 401K Plan(200 comments)
“Up to 9% match 401k”
- Health Insurance(199 comments)
“Great benefits for employees working permanently ”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(99 comments)
“Time off is all lumped into one PTO bank. PTO is used for sick time. PTO is used for holidays.”
Great Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance Benefits
Good insurance offerings, great time off capabilities, and good further education benefits
Matching 401k is the best. Insurance prices are the worst.
Fantastic health insurance offered by HCA.
What people are saying about HCA Healthcare
Healthcare Professional Confessions
6 months ago
I had worked for HCA for years and have had a very bad experience working for them, especially this last 5 years. I no longer work for them, but really want to return to hospital nursing. I love being a nurse and the flexibility of 12 hour shifts but I want to work for a good employer, preferably a non profit healthcare system or a system that has a nurses union. Does anyone know of a good place to look for a job as an oncology/ med surg nurse?
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Benefits at HCA are in abundance. Anything you might need, HCA most likely has a benefit to help.
Could be better considering how profitable the company has been over the years. They provide reimbursement for continued higher learning (college courses/program that qualify). However, you will owe them time if you leave the company prior to two years. This is in writing so should not be a surprise but could be overlooked by some that do not read the fine print.
401k, insurance, wellness, on-site fitness.
You really don't get any benefits until you've been employed at the company for 6 years.
Horrible 401k contribution and terrible PTO accrual. Both are based on "years of service" must hit 4-5 years to see any increase in either.
Mediocre health insurance plans offered, NO paid holidays whatsoever, even Christmas Day or thanksgiving; they take away PTO hours, 401k doesn’t allow for much diversity and the company matching for the first 5 years is kind of a joke.