Adventist Health Reviews
62% would recommend to a friend
(1626 total reviews)
Kerry L. Heinrich
66% approve of CEO
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- "The pay was low in relation to other areas in physical therapy and to other areas in the country." (in 117 reviews)
- "bad management and not help from HR" (in 90 reviews)
- "Senior leadership has been in control for a significant period of time and is not up to date with the current trends in health care." (in 30 reviews)
- "Upper management was biased." (in 28 reviews)
- "lower salaries than surrounding hospitals" (in 19 reviews)
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Updated Dec 4, 2023
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- 5.0FEATURED REVIEWNov 11, 2023Patient Care TechnicianCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearOrlando, FL
They assist with the the costs of furthering your education which is great. Huge company so there's a lot of opportunity for career ...
Great management, great teamwork, great organization to work for.
- 5.0Nov 26, 2023Behavioral Health SpecialistCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearOrlando, FL
Benefits Bonus Market Rate evaluations Schedule flexibility Locations
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- 5.0Nov 8, 2023Anonymous EmployeeFormer EmployeeSimi Valley, CA
Great company to work for. Lots of different facilities all over California that work together to provide the best possible care to patients and their community. Full medical and dental benefits.
Most of their facilities are in rural areas. Their compensation is typically on the lower end of market rates. While medical insurance is provided, the insurance has very limited options with regards to mental health care. Lots of workers overworked during the pandemic were having trouble establishing care with a psychiatrist because their network is really small!! Company had several lay offs from different departments after the shutdown. And just like any other company, the workload did not ease up for the workers that were "lucky" enough to survive these cuts.
- 5.0Sep 29, 2023Certified Nursing Assistant CNACurrent Employee, more than 1 yearGlendale, CA
Very welcoming environment, very helpful people here helping you succeed the best way you can. Always bonuses going around if you want to pick up a shift.
Everyday I am assigned 10 patients in a unit of 20 beds, they're supposed to be 2 CNA's on the floor at a given time, but don't be surprised if you have up to 15 patients to take care of by yourself. Understaffing has been a problem in the last view months but has gotten way better. I work in ortho med surge , it is a very fast paced unit due to all the surgeries we get everyday. Working nights have been very fun here is the best option if you don't like being on your feet for long periods of time, Morning shift you will never get to really rest. At night it is very busy, mostly in the first 5 hours of the shift but we have the best nurses who love to make sure everything will run smoothly. Not every unit is like that here, I would say most of the units here are great to be a CNA in just not any telemetry units.
- 4.0Nov 29, 2023Certified Nursing Assistant CNAFormer Employee
I worked mights so the team I worked with was great, pay wasn’t bad eithet
The insurance was decent but it’s only if your part time or full time tkme
- 4.0Jun 25, 2023Associate Supply Chain AnalystCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearOrlando, FL
Flexible work arrangements, good healthcare, business is growing and stable, lots of room from growth (at least in supply chain). Some people work extra on Fridays, but you typically won't have for work past 3PM Fridays. I currently have a great work life balance in the entry level position. My department is instituting a program to get us profession training in leadership, automation, and other useful softwares/ programs. (Please note this is not company wide)
The PTO systems and culture around PTO is odd. You do not get paid holidays, you must use your PTO bank. The company has a list of observed holidays, and I have heard people say they work them so they can get work done and be left alone. It was a red flag for me. I have been here almost 6 months now, and my manager always approves my time off, but using PTO just feels weird here. If you don't mind some of the weirder aspects of how Advent sets up benefits, its a great company to work for.
- 2.0Sep 26, 2023Medical TechnologistCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearTillamook, OR
Managers are very nice and laid back. The "we're a family" vibe Pays well
Very small rural community with small minds to match. You'll wear just about every hat because it's constantly short staffed. They will set you up to fail. They're more worried about their image than they are providing safe staffing and quality care. The doctors and some nurses have asked the most ridiculous questions that honestly make me fear for patients being cared for by these people. They love their little cliques, gossip, and drama. The rules that apply to the clique won't apply to you. They say and act like they value your input, but then do nothing with it. If the clique wants you out, they'll find ways to get you out, even if that means reporting you to HR for the very things they do themselves. Have overheard a lot of judgmental, racial, and homophobic/transphobic comments. Been verbally intimidated, threatened, and abused by coworkers. Should have quit then after seeing how unprofessional the place was, and they still kept the "clique" employee.2
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Adventist Health has an overall rating of 3.6 out of 5, based on over 1,769 reviews left anonymously by employees. 62% of employees would recommend working at Adventist Health to a friend and 53% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has improved by 1% over the last 12 months.
62% of Adventist Health employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Adventist Health 3.5 out of 5 for work life balance, 3.7 for culture and values and 3.5 for career opportunities.