Kaiser in Southern CA??

  1. 0 Thinking of working for Kaiser. The free health benefits are very attractive. I want to hear from those with experience working with Kaiser and using Kaiser as health insurance in Southern California. Happy?? Not?? Please give me your opinions. This is a big decision for me.

    Thanks!!!
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    JaneyW has '9' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Perinatal, Education'. From 'California'; Joined Jan '02; Posts: 641; Likes: 346.

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  4. Visit  nursecrickett profile page
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    Hi there,
    Did you ever find out anything on Kaiser? I'm having the same dilemma!

    Thanks,
    Crickett


    Quote from JaneyW
    Thinking of working for Kaiser. The free health benefits are very attractive. I want to hear from those with experience working with Kaiser and using Kaiser as health insurance in Southern California. Happy?? Not?? Please give me your opinions. This is a big decision for me.

    Thanks!!!
  5. Visit  JaneyW profile page
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    You are my one and only response! I ended up taking a non-Kaiser job as it was just too complicated a process and when it came down to it I really didn't want Kaiser as my health insurance. I have heard mostly good things through the grapevine. Good Luck!
  6. Visit  Basi profile page
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    BS"D
    Oh I wouldn't want Kaiser health insurance if I were you---they're the best HMO there is and they still don't cut it.
  7. Visit  nursecrickett profile page
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    I'm not concerned about the hmo. I'm concerned about the type of employer they are.
    No one here seems to know or work for them I guess.

    Crickett
  8. Visit  mdcastrornp profile page
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    Hi, I work with Southern Ca Kaiser and I like it, so far. I've been with them for 5 years (actually the longest I've been with an employer!) and liking it even more. I think the benefits and the pay are great. It is unionized though, so expct some union fees (they take out $60 per payperiod). What is great too is that you can transfer to another facility or department; y ou will have that opportunity. I guess it would be similar with other hospitals in Southern California but the perks, benefits, pay, opportunities kind of gave it away.
    Hope that helped.
  9. Visit  Blackcat99 profile page
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    I lived in CA many many years ago. I worked at the state hospital and had Kaiser hospital as my HMO provider. It was wonderful. They paid for everything practically. It was the best insurance I had ever had. Of course, that was many years ago so I don't know if they are still as wonderful these days. Good luck :wink2:
  10. Visit  nursecrickett profile page
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    I never got a call back from them, so I assume they hired someone else anyway. Oh, well!

    Crickett
  11. Visit  Blackcat99 profile page
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    Quote from nursecrickett
    I never got a call back from them, so I assume they hired someone else anyway. Oh, well!

    Crickett
    Yes once in awhile when someone isn't smart enough to hire me I always tell myself "Hey it's their loss". :chuckle


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