Registered Nurses rake in the most money, with average earnings of $30.97 per hour; Medical Technologists come in second with average earnings amounting to around $25.05, while Certified Professional Coders and Certified Medical Assistants rank near the top as well ($22.00 and $14.98, respectively). Henry Ford Health Systems hands out some of the smallest paychecks to Customer Service Representatives (about $12.60 on average).
Years of Experience
For those who claim five to nine years of work experience, pay on average amounts to approximately $18.55 per hour. The greater proportion of employees (34 percent) report one to four years of experience and bring home median pay of about $15.59 per hour.
When it comes to location, the highest average paycheck ($23.12 per hour) can be spotted in Dearborn, Mich.; Detroit, Mich. (approximately $20.35), Jackson, Mich. (around $20.00), and Wyandotte, Mich. ($17.06) are the next top-paying cities. High paychecks are not found in Troy, Mich.; in fact, at $15.64 it is one of the worst-paid cities. By state, the highest pay levels are found in New York, where the average Henry Ford Health Systems employee makes around $23.60 per hour.
Certifications and Degrees
Advanced Cardiac Life Support Specialists earn $31.46 per hour, far more than their non-accredited counterparts. Those with a B.A. in Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc) at Henry Ford Health Systems come out on top, and their salaries approach $41.74 per hour.
The best-paying skill to have in this role appears to be Medical Coding; employees who claim this ability report median compensation of $18.11 per hour. Customer Service is considered a run-of-the-mill skill; just under a fifth of Henry Ford Health Systems's people use it regularly. Electronic Medical Records, Microsoft Office, and Phlebotomy are also desirable skills.
Henry Ford Health Systems's employees who participated in the survey are more likely to be female — the female-to-male ratio is more than 3 to 1.
Benefits and Perks
Henry Ford Health Systems lets only 36 percent take paid vacation and only one-seventh of workers take sick leave. Those seeking to set aside retirement funds can rely on several savings options such as a 403(b) plan and a 401(k) plan. Perks cover health insurance for most respondents and dental coverage for most survey participants. Additional benefits of working here are life insurance, tuition reimbursement, and flexible hours.