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  1. "I like the challenge, but feel cheated times"

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    Current Employee - ICU RN in Tucson, AZ

    I have been working at Carondelet Health Network full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Interesting work, great teamwork, most doctors are helpful.

    Cons

    Lunch or dinner break are deducted from pay check, it assumed you have taken break even though there is no one to cover for you. No pct in our department.

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    Carondelet Health Network2019-10-22
  2. Helpful (1)

    "Profit over ethics"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Tucson, AZ

    I have been working at Carondelet Health Network full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    PTO bonus hours for holidays added to your PTO pool even if you did not work the holiday. Somewhat close to competitive market pay. Their vision insurance is really good.

    Cons

    The company is now insisting on rotating shifts where we are supposed to be able to select our shifts, but no one usually gets the days they asked to work. Your days are often split up which is horrible for night shift workers. High patient to staff ratio with no consideration of acuity. Morale is very low right now across the board. Kitchen staff, housekeeping are even feeling it. All of us working units are always living in fear we are going to lose our jobs. Turn over is higher than it ever was before Tenet took over our hospital. The call-off policy is unreasonable for a hospital. If you have a second call off within 90 days it is a write up. So you better come to work sick.

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    Carondelet Health Network2018-04-05
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    "Imaging Technologist"

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    Former Employee - CT Technologist in Tucson, AZ
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    I worked at Carondelet Health Network part-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Great co-workers; a lot of employees committed to quality healthcare.

    Cons

    Horrible Imaging Dept management. Lack of training and too few patient-care employees. Your incentive to work is the fear of losing your job. This organization has gone through roughly 25 CT Techs in the past 2 years; no one wants to work for them, at least not for longer than absolutely necessary.

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    Carondelet Health Network2017-07-11
  4. "I was an Appeals Coordinator and Insurance Processing Rep"

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    Former Employee - Patient Financial Services in Tucson, AZ
    Doesn't Recommend

    I worked at Carondelet Health Network full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    I really liked the people I worked with. They were very friendly and my boss was outstanding. She was actually a supervisor and let me do the work the most efficient was that I could. But sadly she is not there anymore (layoff). After they laid off my entire department they really did try to find jobs for the people that they wanted to keep, I got a similar job at the hospital with Case Management. I liked their mission and what they stood for.

    Cons

    Laid-off, and not in a good way. They brought in an outside company to manage their entire Patient Financial Services Department and they assured us that they were only changing our processes and procedures and they wouldn't lay anyone off (That was also said by Carondelet's Executive Management)... 6 months later they told everyone that they were reducing the department size to 15 people (from 65). The middle management (mangers) were not effective and they only reason they had their jobs was because they worked there for so long, not because they had the talent to be managers. Their business office needs to be just that a business office, not a gossip channel. THe company needs to act more like a business then a charity organization. Hospitals need to make money so they can continue to treat patients and they can afford to treat patients that have no means of paying for their care. Career advancement is pretty limited, if you don't have a medical degree of some kind (PCT, CNA, RN, MD). They will let the business side of healthcare go byu the wayside and then erroneously bill patients for the mistakes that they made. There were so many times that I had to beg management to write off a claim because no one put in the charges until after the 60 day filing limit that insurance contract have. I would tell them that because we have an insurance contract we were not allow to billed the patient because we could get it together. There were certain patients that ended up calling my desk I would tell them that management wanted them to pay the bill because their billing department didn't bill the claim until after the filing limits. They would get extraordinary angry with me (even though I'm not billing) but there was nothing that management would let us do to fix it so the patient would stop getting the bills. Benefits and compensations were poor too. I went to a special school and got licences to do my job but was one of the lowest paid in all of Tucson.

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    Carondelet Health Network2014-07-11

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