In addition to competitive compensation, Lee Health employees receive a great benefits package designed to encourage work-life balance and continuous growth and education.Here's a snapshot of what our package offers:
Lee Health helps maintain a work/life balance by offering events through our Staff Activities Committee. These events give our employees a chance to spend time with fellow co-workers and their families away from the work environment. Staff Activities offers a variety of events such as family entertainment, sports, vacations/trips, and tickets to local and statewide attractions.
Some examples of these events are:
Current and former employees report that Lee Health provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Availability and coverage for needed procedures”
“LeeHealth Company has plan which matches dollars to employee contribution. Company has account managers who are supportive and easy to contact.”
“Like any other company that offers PTO, no vacation time ”
it is a good thing
Availability to its staff members
Limited access to quality physicians in health plan
PTO is generous but must use for holidays as well as vacation
Currently, I am a clinical liaison at a large skilled nursing company in the Houston Medical Center. I have recently been offered multiple positions making more and working fewer hours . I have only worked with my previous company for roughly six months, but I feel I am underpaid. How much do people in this position make, and how do I go about asking for a raise? Is it too soon?
Chief Operating Officer
Anyone in Southwest Florida know of Healthcare worker relief funds that are legitimate? Fort Myers and the surrounding areas were devastated and many critical workers have lost everything. Hospitals are evacuating and staff are moving away from whatever is left of their homes…please advise
Registered Nurse BSN
I want to work remotely, but am needing ideas for what to put on my resume. I’ve been an RN for 15 years and have worked mainly in hospitals: med surg, and some work in LTC, SNF, ALF, hospice. I have a year of teaching nursing students in clinicals and labs, and some lecture teaching. Also, I have done regional advising at a call center for 7 months. Just how to put this on a resume to “sell” myself seems challenging.
Low cost benefits, daycare centers, in-house pharmacy & mail order, employee health clinic, wellness centers. Generous PTO. Overall excellent.
Great benefits and great prices
Good company to work for.
Best- good insurance Worst- Lots of hours to build PTO
Benefits package is very competitive and they offer exceptional optional benefits.
Their health insurance is disappointing. They want you to stay in their system but the co-insurance and co-pay amounts are high ($60 for a specialty) given you are seeing docs in your own system.