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- "Great benefits and Tuition help for yourself in the future to grow in the company." (in 378 reviews)
- "Good Pay but the cost of living in Santa Cruz is one of the highest in the nation." (in 211 reviews)
- "Great People working hard on the front lines and in mid level management." (in 132 reviews)
- "I work in a smaller hospital where all the staff are friendly and work very hard." (in 93 reviews)
- "Coworkers are great and friendly." (in 81 reviews)
- "management is poor and will throw you under the bus" (in 193 reviews)
- "When I was applying for other jobs the manager would talk bad about me to the other employer so I wouldn’t get the job." (in 58 reviews)
- "Upper management are also WAY overpaid." (in 40 reviews)
- "Senior leadership are at times out of step with the needs of the patients as they don't always listen to feedback from staff." (in 40 reviews)
- "I wish there was better communication within supervisors" (in 21 reviews)
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- 2.0Sep 7, 2022Rad Tech IICurrent EmployeeRedwood City, CA
Good insurance coverage, for now. Dignity Health & Common Spirit are fighting to remove 100% paid HMO coverage from all hospital workers.
Not paid well for the area, outdated equipment (CR not DR), no safe lifting implementations, forced overtime instead of hiring additional staff
- 4.0Apr 19, 2017Nurse PractitionerFormer EmployeeSanta Maria, CA
Dignity Health Hospice in Santa Maria had an amazing director and team who were all valued and worked well together. Team work A+. Competitive salary and benefits.
Home visits could be quite spread out in distance but very rare as staffing was mostly well covered.
- 4.0Dec 27, 2015Anonymous InternFormer Intern, less than 1 yearLong Beach, CA
The staff at Dignity Health are very helpful and challenge you to improve your skills. They really care about patients and it shows in their processes and meetings.
Most of the job openings are for clinical personnel. Little chance of transitioning to full-time work as an intern.
- 1.0Apr 5, 2016Staff RNCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsSan Bernardino, CA
Geat Group of Employees to work with
Transfer between hospitals went horribly bad! Make sure whatever they tell you, get it in writing and trust no one.They pretty much promise you what you want and everything sounds great until you actually show up and then te truth comes out. All they want is another warm body. Dignity Health has a problem with allowing their managers and HR to post job descriptions that they don't intend on upholding. Been with the same hospital for almost 38 years and until DH came in it was a great place to work. They are very employee negative. I have done my homework on this subject and they violate a lot of labor laws, but just don't want to admit it.4
- 1.0Jun 9, 2014Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsSanta Maria, CA
Marian Medical Center 'Marian Regional Medical Center' was always a great way to work prior to Dignity Health. They had a great 'Family' feel about working there.
Major layoffs with no consideration to longevity to staff and loyalty. :(. A degree does not make a good employee. Longevity, work ethics, and collaboration does.4
- 5.0Aug 6, 2016End User Services Team LeadCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsMerced, CA
Dignity Health promotes itself with the philosophy 'Hello Humankindness' and these core values: Dignity~ Collaboration~ Justice~ Stewardship and Excellence. The six years I have worked for Dignity Health I have witnessed and been part of a company that truly recognizes and exemplifies that human compassion or gratitude that we do for one another has the power to heal. The employees are provided many avenues growth within the Enterprise. I am a Dignity Health Corporate Employee and my insurance is absolutely amazing and pays for most everything not only for me but my husband and children. This is the best job I have ever had and I hope that I can continue to grow within the organization.
Due to the fact that that the other EUS Teams are so spread out it makes it hard to collaborate and make things uniform across the enterprise. We do not have enough Team Bonding with other EUS Teams or other Tiers within Dignity Heath IT.
- 4.0May 15, 2015Productivity Systems SupervisorFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsSouth Phoenix, AZ
The majority of Dignity Health employees exemplify the corporate culture of caring for and nurturing others. There is a strong culture of showing respect for patients and fellow employees.
Due to many changes in health care laws and regulations Dignity Health, like many other healthcare organizations, has been forced into belt tightening and cutbacks. Unfortunately, the first place cutbacks always occur are in the human capital are of an organization.
- 3.0Oct 10, 2016Patient Access RepresentativeCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsSanta Maria, CA
Good benefits people are great to work with and the pay is fair.
Needs to become less corporate and more patient and employee friendly. Not as competitive with pay or benefits as it used to be. Other companies are catching up or exceeding Dignity Health in pay and benefits.
- 3.0Aug 22, 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Some of the best reasons to work at Dignity health medical foundation is because of the benefits.
Some of the downside of working for the company dignity health medical foundation is the overwork you and don't pay you what you should be getting paid.