At Loma Linda University Health, we live to care. LLUH offers a variety of benefits to attract, support and reward our employees. Benefits offered include:
Recruitment Incentive - New employees with 2 years recent experience hired into a full time difficult to recruit position may be eligible for a $20K recruitment incentive.
Paid Leave - Accrued bank for vacations, holidays, personal business and short term sick.
Health Care Plans - Provide a broad range of medical, dental and visions benefits for employee, spouse, and eligible dependents.
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) - Savings set aside pre-tax for qualified medical or childcare expenses. Health care account and/or dependent care account.
Fitness Center - Full-time benefited employees, their spouses and their dependent children (under 18) may use recreational facilities free of charge. The fitness center offers Intramural Sports, Aquatics, and Fitness Classes.
Retirement Savings Plan - Defined contribution plan to which LLU Health makes a basic contribution and matches employee contributions up to a certain limit.
Employee Assistance Program - A confidential counseling program is available, free of charge, to all LLU Health associates and their immediate family members.
Educational Benefits - LLU Health offers Continuing Educational Units, National Certification Reimbursement, and Tuition & Textbook Reimbursement.
Current and former employees report that Loma Linda University Health provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“The health insurance was great because almost everything is approved, but it is expensive and you are encouraged to stay within LLUH”
“Won’t get paid for holidays unless you have time in paid leave bank n”
“Have to use your own sick or paid leave. ”
LLUH has the best in network physicians in every specialty
Great benefits were a bit pricey but worth it. Excellent care.
Can only use Loma Linda providers. There aren’t enough so either long wait times or yiu have to be approved to see group otherwise you can’t- example endocrinology.
Affordable medical benefits, great network within the San Bernardino county for many specialties, and employee starting out gets about 20 days of PTO accrued. One downside is that they take holidays out of your PTO bank.
I am a 17 year seasoned outpatient PT in Tampa FL who is the current head PT for my clinic. I do marketing, admin duties as well as staffing. I haven’t gotten a base hourly salary raise in 8 years! (I do get a percentage of profits but due to Covid, haven’t gotten one in 2 yrs). I do not get 401k, con Ed or health insurance benefits. Current salary is $85K. I am getting very frustrated that this has not increased even after asking. Thoughts? What to do? What do other seasoned FL PTs make?
I am the Finance Director for a healthcare/social services non-profit (my boss is the CEO); roughly $11 million in revenue. I was in public accounting for over 10 years but am not a CPA, I’m considering going for my MHA, I want to stay in this field but feel I need some additional credentials to advance. Thoughts?
Great health benefits LLUH has great doctors so I didn’t mind being in-network. Only paid $200 for my OBGYN doctor visits and delivery you can’t beat that!
Matched contributions which is better than most other companies i think
Paid family leave up to 12 weeks
Great health insurance & tuition reimbursement
Great benefits including Medical, Dental, and Vision
Great offer, HR was really nice.