Current and former employees report that Saint Luke's Health System provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Use of system services at reduced cost”
“Saint Luke's Health System matches your retirement savings up to a certain percentage. Quarterly statements are sent to keep track of your growth.”
“employed with same company over 25 years and only accrue 9 hours of PTO a pay period”
Great retirement and health benefits
Health, Dental and Vision insurance. Good PTO package
Can earn points through virgin wellness to reduce health insurance cost
none. everything is taken cared of. decent salary and benefits
I have been a CCA medical coder for my hospital in Oregon for 8.5 years. I have been only been doing outpatient simple visit coding and my supervisors have basically stopped me and another coworker from advancing. We don't have any room for advancement and we are basically stuck. Im nervous for reaching out to other companies to see if I can get a better offer and advance my career. Im nervous because I am a single mother of 3 and have been at my hospital for 14.5 years. Any advice or tips ?
The bedside nursing team works together.
The 401K match is great
The best is tuition reimbursement, the worst is eyecare. You are limited with that one.
Good PTO accrual for floor nurses.
Good comprehensive health coverage available.
The health insurance is truly amazing. One of the lowest deductibles I've seen. Even the high-deductible plan is fairly low. And both plans offered are very affordable after the company contributions. You gain a lower deductible for utilizing the health system and I trust a lot of the doctors. They'll also contribute to your HSA as long as you meet certain requirements for the year. Meeting these requirements will also qualify you to receive a lower premium per month on your insurance. 401k (403B) Contribution is kind of a joke. The way it's worded makes it seem like you're getting 4% match, but you're actually getting 2%. You would have to work for the company for 20 consecutive years to finally receive a 4% match. You also have to work for the company for 3 years to keep the match money. I would consider this to be below average. PTO is very generous. It's about the equivalent of about 1 month off a year and it rolls over so you can bank the hours. If you leave the job (on good terms), you should get paid out the remainder of your PTO. If you call in sick though, that is used towards your PTO. I'm utilizing their financial assistance right now to get my MBA. They offer $10,500 for education expenses, but only give you up to $5,250 per year. After 10 years, they will reload your account with the $10,500 to utilize again. Degrees and colleges have to be approved before usage.