only have positive things to say about swedish.Was part time,hourly pay was good with sick and vacation covered.
For advanced practice clinicians (physician assistants, nurse practitioners, midwives), they changed the PTO to “match” physicians - front load each year of 31 days for vacation, holiday, sick. Only 40 hours can carry over. They tried to sell the change because it was “same as physicians” but it really isn’t at all, given that physicians are paid on RVUs. It was a major decrease in PTO because you no longer earn more with years since hire and can no longer accumulate or get paid out. They also decreased the scale used to determine salary, again to the disadvantage to APCs that stay. Many major changes since Providence took over, few to none have been positive. Unfortunate.
The medical insurance plan is good about $14 per month (2018), but you need to complete its HR health class/goal to earn the points to get good rate.
Even for part-time, the pay and benefits are excellent for their entry level positions. Medical/Dental/Vision enrollment for part-time requires you to pay a bit more per month, but everything is posted online, which is nice.
The health insurance was fantastic, great 401, sick leave,paid vacation, time off for classes
Various plans to choose from, with different tiers of coverage and deductible. Tuition assistance even if non-clinical career path; ability to buy affordable coverage for legal, pet insurance, short and long term disability, etc.
The benefits are absolutely amazing
Insurance premiums are low, deductibles are low, and unless you need an MRI or a PET scan, coverage is usually pretty solid. It’s pretty tough to get pre-auth for heftier radiological diagnostics, though. Out-of-network benefits are practically nonexistent, but they’re thankfully not needed all too often, if ever. Overall, fantastic benefits.
They had good benefits including no-cost health insurance for employees and a good 401K match program. Time off was standard and not notable.
Swedish is a great place to work and the organization supports its current employees to gain a higher education and an opportunity for a career change.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.