Working at Deaconess Hospital

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Ratings for Deaconess Hospital

  • Appreciation
    2.8
  • Company Outlook
    3.8
  • Fair Pay
    2.2
  • Learning and Development
    2.9
  • Manager Communication
    3.2
  • Manager Relationship
    3.4
  • Pay Transparency
    2.2
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Deaconess Hospital Reviews

What is it like working at Deaconess Hospital?

Extremely stressful.
Phlebotomist in Evansville:
Pros: I love working with the patients
Cons: The management of the lab
Mammography Technologist in Evansville:
Pros: Rewarding g working with patients Variety never bored
Cons: Not enough hours in day to complete all tasks
Great place.
Registered Nurse (RN) in Post Falls:
Pros: Family oriented, work life balance, everyone is welcoming and knowledgeable. Embraces change
Cons: Not much marketing to increase patients in the OB world
You walk lots, some staff appreciate your work some don't.
Patient Transporter in Evansville:
Pros: The communication with the patients
Cons: lazy nurses and rude doctors also the last ones to know everything don't get praised for our work Appreciate
Thankless Iob.
Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) in Evansville:
Pros: Helping patients get better Saving lives
Cons: The entire hospital rows around Register Nurses. CSTs are SPECIALIST in surgery. We obtain a 2 year AAS degree. Surgery is ALL we study. The RNs that work in the surgery department learn OTJT. Nurses literally spend 1-2 days in surgery during their training. We need Nurses in our department. However, our job description at Deaconess Hospital states that the CST works under the RN. It is more correct that they work under the CST due to CST knowledge of the departure and what transpires in our department. However, I believe the best statement should be that we work as a team with the Anesthesiologist and the Surgeon. Most of our nurses have been beat over the head about documentation by management therefore that is their focus and not patient care. Other departments in our hospital with specialty training like Rad Techs etc are represented by like specialty managers. We have ZERO representation and ZERO input on the policies and procedures of our department despite the surgical knowledge we have. We continue to be managed by Nurses, supervised by nurses while in reality we are their supervisors telling them how equipment works and to operate it, where things are, what is need, how to spell the surgical procedures and why the procedures entail. It’s very exhausting to not be recognized and basically treated like an off the street entry level house keeper.

Most Popular Benefits at Deaconess Hospital

Retirement & Financial Benefits
Defined Benefit Pension Plan