I have been working at PIH Health full-time (Less than a year)
The training for new grads is amazing. They really invest in their employees. The Doctors are amazing and treat nurses as partners
The only con is for their health benefits, if you live out of network and have to go to the ER/Urgent care, the insurance doest cover everything. I live pretty far, but i make the drive because I LOVE PIH, but for insurance your best bet is to go to PIH.
I have been working at PIH Health part-time (Less than a year)
Flexible schedule and you can move from a department to a department at your will
For clerical positions, you have to volunteer during weekdays only.
I have been working at PIH Health full-time (More than 8 years)
Great people, nice facilities and good benefits.
Very political, structural changes have happened often in my department
I have been working at PIH Health full-time (More than 10 years)
Excellent customer service
Great communication skills
Problem solver, strategic thinker
Multitask, Meet deadlines Pay attention to detail
Insurances benefits can be wrong at times and patients overpay at times.
I worked at PIH Health full-time (Less than a year)
Great company name, nice hospital, good cafeteria food.
Up until now, I’ve been a nurse for 4 years. From a nurse’s standpoint, never in my life have I witnessed such bad patient customer service and bedside manner. Working there for only short while, I’ve experienced nurse bullying (which is a real thing), isolation, extra hard work due to lack of teamwork, and poor attitudes by the other nurses and supervisors. I now work for a smaller, not so well-advertised hospital, enjoying every minute of this locations camaraderie and team effort.
Straight up call her name out haha
My preceptor, “M” is nothing short of demeaning. I understand my position of having to learn from her, but it felt more like a dictatorship. I’m a seasoned nurse, but I can adapt well to any situation and am open to constructive criticism but she would not allow for such growth. Only
Her way was allowed, which wasn’t even PIH protocol but her way of poor bedside manner and extra patient load due to laziness and a superiority complex.
Advice to Management
Learn to treat the patient well. I feel all that is looked for in a great nurse over at PIH Downey is to make sure everything is done on the computer and everything else circulating around direct patient care. Teach the current employees to have a decent attitude, smile, and provide teamwork, as this reflects onto new hires and everybody else. Especially supervisors and those who new hires are meant to look up to.
I have been working at PIH Health full-time (More than 3 years)
good pay, close to home, colleagues are friendly.
No room to advance.
I have been working at PIH Health full-time (More than a year)
Great management, and collaborative team environment
Holiday shifts and late hours
I have been working at PIH Health (Less than a year)
lots of job opportunities for RN's
not enough staff for the units
I worked at PIH Health (More than 8 years)
Nice hospital, nice coworkers, Uniformed, Growing
Pay is moderate. Raises are not as much as expected. High turnover last few years.
Advice to Management
Take care of the experienced RN whose been there as much as the new grads.
I have been working at PIH Health full-time
Good hrs can get some good benefit
Not enough pay , micro management
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