- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at SCL Health full-time (More than 5 years)
Pay is average for industry, and upper management works hard to give perks when they can. Supervisors are encouraged to support their teams, be flexible with their needs and help them grow into new roles or promotions. Lots of employees here make large career changes but stay within the company, for example, getting their degree while working in the kitchen, then making the move to a clinical department. Or, moving from a clinical setting to a support department. PVMC cares about the communities it serves, and works hard to give back through grants, scholarships, education and health fairs. This is the first place I've ever worked where "we're a family" is actually true. People are always going out of their way to help each other out, say "good morning" (and really mean it) and make you part of the team.
Less autonomy since joining SCL Health. The system (which is Catholic) seems to frequently forget that PVMC is a secular hospital.
Advice to Management
Keep pushing to maintain your role in leading the hospital, and keep your atmosphere of support and encouragement for your employees. You're doing a LOT of things right - keep it up!
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