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Kaiser Permanente Reviews

What is it like working at Kaiser Permanente?

Helping patients with adverse outcomes and building relationships with them.
Risk Management Specialist in Denver:
Pros: Benefits, some coworkers
Cons: Leadership, silos, wrong people in jobs, friendships hires
It is like assisting another or the family in their last day by promoting comfort.
Hospice Registered Nurse (RN) in Gilbert:
Pros: Autonomy
Cons: I retired in 2012 and relocated outside the service area.
It is great, I have good benefits and love patient care.
Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA):
Pros: Patient care.
Cons: The communication process.
Executive Assistant:
Pros: Nice to work at Kaiser Permanente.
Senior Technical Support Analyst:
I love working for Kaiser because my opinion matters and they treat their employees with respect. The work life balance is important to the Company. Assisting the employees with finding a neutral balance.
Very good.
Healthcare Consultant in San Francisco:
Pros: Staff members
Cons: Commute
Ghetto, catch-all job; no duties defined.
Administrative Coordinator in Seattle:
Pros: working with doctors/leaders
Cons: lack of the following: team, transparency, communication, planning, targets, timelines, coordinated deliverables. there is no clear plan w/re to what we are working on/for.