Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 18, 2018
Great people. The workload in the administrative dept is not overwhelming but it is cut-throat if you do not keep up. It's a fair place of employment for the most part. Very fast paced, learn fast and keep up and all will go well.
Case Manager, RPSGT, LPSGT (Former Employee) – Tualatin, OR – March 17, 2018
Kaiser Permanente in general was good place to work. My work mates were always nice and accommodating and professional. For a while there were several supervisor turnovers. This made for lack of communication. The current supervisor is affable and effective. The physicians were very capable and professional.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Santa Rosa, CA – March 17, 2018
Be ready for a busy day. Daily shifts are task specific. There are many different specialty positions. The amount of knowledge required to operate in this environment can be overwhelming. Staff at this level are professionals at the top of their game. The hardest part of the job is that nothing is easy. The best part of the job is the challenge.
STERILE PROCESSING EXTERN (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – March 16, 2018
I love working at Kaiser Permanente as an intern, everyone is very nice and helpful and very patient with me and all my questions. i have learned allot already and i feel confident to go on and get hired there or elsewhere. A typical day at work in the morning in Assembly and sterilization station, sort, package load all the clinics first than move on to other cases. Everything seems more easy hands one than what i learned at school. I learned that this hospitals specialty and know for is Ortho and Spine. I learned different ways to wrap, learned the computer system, how everything functions. The workplace culture is really nice everyone is so supportive with eachother, everyone gets along and treat each other like family. The most enjoyable part of the job is just being in a totally different environment than what i am used to, knowing that i am working to help patients, doctors, have an easy and safe surgery makes me happy because i know my job and position is important and i am doing something right in life, i love this career.
LVN II (Former Employee) – Inglewood, CA – March 16, 2018
Processing patients for procedure same day surgery, starting IV, working with both anesthesiologist and surgeon with attending patient care prior to surgery completed and assisted in recovery area, taking vital signs, admit, education, coordination, also checking blood sugar
Analyst (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – March 15, 2018
This was a good place to work, collaborative staff, with an interesting project that was satisfying to complete. We learned the history of Kaiser through it's ancient DOS-based computer system that was about to be replaced by a new Oracle system. We uncovered multiple reasons for overpayments based on data entry peculiarities, along with commonplace human errors and rectified them.
Information Technology Intern (Former Employee) – Fontana, CA – March 15, 2018
I only worked at Kaiser Permanente for 3 months, but in those 3 months I could see why they are a leader in healthcare management. They take good care of their employees, encourage a healthy work/life balance, and encourage professional growth. I frankly, can't think of one negative thing to say about my employment here.
Phlebotomy Extern (Former Employee) – Fontana, CA – March 15, 2018
As soon as I walked into Kaiser Fontana I immediately felt at home. Being a Phlebotomist is a fairly easy task and I learned a lot over there. Such as Kaiser's order of draw is different from where i learned it in school. Th hardest part about the job was nothing i feel the challenges that were brought to me were given with good directions making it easy to follow. The enjoyable part of kaiser was just dealing with your patients, I found it to be good engaging patients and having conversation was fun, and at the same time made it easy for the patients who were afraid of needles.
Core Measure Coordinator (Former Employee) – Irvine CA – March 15, 2018
Management is extremely supportive. Quality Management is a very serious and well-staffed Department at Kaiser. Interactions with staff, both Physicians and Nursing, are consistently friendly and cooperative. There are many opportunities for growth and advancement.
Claims & Referrals- Accumulation Technician (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – March 15, 2018
Productive and fun workplace, co-workers were very helpful. A lot of potlucks - Very high turn over in employees. Claims department could not keep manager's no more than 3 months, company treated contractors which was 60% of the company not good. Did not include them in Team Meetings/Functions. I did get a lot of claims experience.
Could not keep a manager more than 3 moths in the department
General Pediatrician (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 14, 2018
great place to work great benefits great locations work hard to play hard numerous resources large establishment to learn the ropes but once you wrap your head around it, there's not a lot of comparison
Sr Health Plan Representative (Current Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – March 14, 2018
Great place to work for if you like security and stability. Room for growth is hard to come by. Health and 401K benefits are great. Vacation and sick time are provided, but dependent on your time of service and position.
Customer Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 14, 2018
Kaiser Permanente is a great place to work, every job has quirks. I think management and Leadership needs to be ironed out a little. If management treat people like they would like to be treated, staff would bend over backwards for the employer. I have nothing bad at all to say about Kaiser Permanente.