Mission: Serious Medicine. Extraordinary Care.
I have been working at Nebraska Medicine full-time (More than 8 years)
Great employees, good benefits, access to up to date technology, lots of opportunities for growth and development. Market analysis of compensation levels are done on a regular basis with increases in pay to stay competitive within the market.
Staff shortages stretch employees and increase stress levels. Continuous increases in job requirements to increase safety but this puts additional stress on employees. Things move slowly, approval of additional positions, hiring etc. Long wait times for appointments at times=unhappy patients.
Advice to Management
Invest more in acquiring and maintaining adequate staff ratios
I applied online. I interviewed at Nebraska Medicine (Omaha, NE) in January 2017.
We Waited over a month to hear from recruiter and still got the run around for another few months. Multiple recruiters involved who were very unorganized and didn't talk to each other.
We're proud to announce that for the fourth time in a row, Nebraska Medicine was named one of 100 Great Hospitals in America by Becker's Hospital Review.
Clayton's a shining example of how our colleagues make a big impact on our patients and visitors. He's now at home in the newly-opened Lauritzen Outpatient Center after working for more than 20 years at the Nebraska Medical Center.