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HCA Hosptials in Denver?

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by JJKTY JJKTY (New) New

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What is the consensus on HCA hospitals in the Denver area? Are they considered good places to work?

Looking particularly at North Suburban Medical Center, Rose Medical Center, Centennial Medical Plaza, Swedish Medical Center and The Medical Center of Aurora.

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klone has 14 years experience as a MSN, RN and specializes in Women's Health/OB Leadership.

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I've decided that HCA is evil.

Okay, not really, but I hate their application process and their stupid personality test and the fact that you can never speak to a live person in HR.

I've never worked at an HCA hospital because my applications apparently go straight to their trash because I apparently have indicated on my personality test that I'm a sociopath. So I can't speak to what it's like to work at an HCA hospital, sorry.

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That Guy has 6 years experience as a BSN, RN, EMT-B and specializes in Emergency/Cath Lab.

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Well decide how little you would like to get paid and subtract a few dollars from that. Thats usually what they offer.

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evieinco has 2 years experience and specializes in Med/Surg.

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I worked for HCA super float pool, I chose to go between 3 different hospitals, but was only ever at Presbyterian St. Luke's. Overall, the onboarding was easy. I was paid a base of $42 hr, with $5/hr night, $2/hr weekend differentials. I had no issues working at PSL, only thing I disliked was Meditech software, it's horrible. 

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