I have been working at TriHealth part-time
Great Place to learn
Competent and very skilled physicians
-"New Reality" of our new CEO and his buddies has made TriHealth a place where Physicians are not looking forward to practice in, and for skilled employees to not work at.
- Compensation is not good... Skilled employees in specialty areas (that the hospital has been known to excel at) are undervalued, with no outlook for things to change in the near future.... There is very little reward for even trying to go above and beyond, and bend over backwards for this institution..... If money is a factor, and you are experienced in your specialty of interest....you're better off finding employment at one of the other local hospitals.
- PTO is crappy
- Not enough people to properly staff a procedure room, therefore increasing risk to the patient if there is an event... also reduces efficiency... You can only do so much with less...... Management refuses to add more job positions, as they are pressured by upper management... but hey, I guess that's the "New Reality", its a game of numbers now (although we are not for profit and our CEO's salary is in the seven figures) and not about the Patient....
Advice to Management
Stop wasting money on useless consultants.....
I applied online. I interviewed at TriHealth (Cincinnati, OH) in June 2016.
Through 3rd party. Very impersonal. Basic questions, mostly that I understood English and could follow directions. Drug screen and background check. Other than that it was just routine filling out of paperwork and going over benefits. Picking a shift and simple stuff. It was a very painless process really.