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Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Healthcare is a not-for-profit system of 24 hospitals. They also operate a Medical Group with more than 2,400 physicians and clinicians, a health plans division, and other health services. They have a team of nearly 40,000 caregivers, who serve the needs of people in Utah, southern Idaho, and southern Nevada. As a workplace, Intermountain Healthcare gives you inspiration, flexibility, stability, and challenge. You might find your rewarding lifetime career here no matter you are a starter, a professional, or an individual seeking more flexibility. You can find satisfaction in their benefits package including health and wellness insurance, paid time off, retirement benefits as well as employee discounts.

Nonprofit
$5B to $10B
Large
Multiple locations
Physicians
1975
Phillip Blackburn
What departments Intermountain Healthcare employees work at?
DepartmentsRatio
other occupation36.9%
Registered Nurses15.3%
Computer / IT11.2%
Administrative9.3%
Heathcare - Other5.8%
Health Services Managers5.6%
Therapists4%
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Professional experience

How many years of experience do Intermountain Healthcare employees have before joining?
Years of experience at Intermountain Healthcare: Newcomers: 30%, Experiencers: 20%, Experts: 21%, Veterans: 29%. Intermountain Healthcare employees have less than 3 years experience on average before joining.
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Where did Intermountain Healthcare employees work before joining?
Where they've worked before Intermountain Healthcare: ARUP Laboratories, Brigham Young University, McKay-Dee Hospital. Typical Intermountain Healthcare employees have worked at ARUP Laboratories.
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ARUP Laboratories
Brigham Young University
McKay-Dee Hospital
What industries did Intermountain Healthcare employees work in previously?
Industry Background: The most typical industries of Intermountain Healthcare: General Hospitals, Outpatient Care Centers, Colleges / Universities, Niche Health Practitioners Companies, Niche Education. Intermountain Healthcare employees most likely come from a General Hospitals industry background.
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Where did Intermountain Healthcare employees work before joining?
Past employers' size at Intermountain Healthcare: Small: 31%, Medium: 12%, Large: 57%. Most Intermountain Healthcare employees have previously worked at large companies.
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Educational background

What did employees at Intermountain Healthcare study?
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Where did employees at Intermountain Healthcare study?
Brigham Young University-Idaho
Salt Lake Community College
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Employee data

How long do people stay in a role at Intermountain Healthcare?
Time employed at Intermountain Healthcare: <1: 6%, 1-3: 22%, 4-8: 36%, 9-13: 17%, 14-20: 10%, 20+: 9%. Most Intermountain Healthcare employees stay with the company for 4-8 years which is the same as the industry average.
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How does Intermountain Healthcare rank for age & gender diversity?
Gender ratio at Intermountain Healthcare: 52.2% Male and 47.8% Female. Age ratio at Intermountain Healthcare: 16-20: 0%, 21-30: 47%, 31-40: 31%, 41-50: 14%, 51-60: 6%, 60+: 2%. Intermountain Healthcare rates - 13.2% less female than the industry average. Most Intermountain Healthcare employees are 21-30, which is below the industry median age range.
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Career advancement

How does Intermountain Healthcare rank for career advancement?
Career advancement at Intermountain Healthcare: medium. Intermountain Healthcare ranks medium for career advancement which is above the industry average.
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What companies do Intermountain Healthcare employees go on to work at?
Future employers of Intermountain Healthcare: Brigham Young University, Health Catalyst, Huntsman Cancer Institute, Intermountain Medical Center, R1 RCM. People who work at Intermountain Healthcare most typically go on to work for the Brigham Young University.
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Health Catalyst
Huntsman Cancer Institute
Intermountain Medical Center
R1 RCM

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Intermountain Healthcare Reviews and Ratings

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Patient Service Rep
February 14, 2023
TERRIBLE CALL CENTER ENVIRONMENT.....
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The so called LEADS will bully you till you give up and never want to go back there anymore. The first week, they treat you with respect and tell you all the good stuff pertaining to your job. After that , when they find out how much you get paid hourly, the bullying with start...The so called LEADS treat you like you are nobody...MANAGEMENT sucks !!!! Rather than helping you , they will make sure you FAIL in doing in your job...If you are desperate for a job and can handle them bullying you , go for it... But its not worth it ,,,There are other call center places out there that will treat you like a HUMAN BEING, it doesn't matter how much you try , they will treat you like garbage so you will end up quitting the job...

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Monday to Friday shift
LEADS< SUPERVISORS< TRAINERS , they are all together
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Registered Medical Assistant/ Certified Medical Assistant
Orem, UT - October 6, 2022
Great place to work and grow
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Worked for Intermountain Healthcare for several years enjoyed my time there and the growth I had in my position. I took on new responsibilities throughout the years and loved everyone of them.

Pros and Cons
Growth opportunity, friendly coworkers, competent doctors
All pharmacies closed and urgent cares in Utah Co and surrounding Co
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Clinical Trainer for RNs, Charge Nurse.
Murray, UT - September 7, 2021
Intermountain has changed.
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I started working for IHC about 35 years ago. I loved it, Everything was great. But as time went on of course it became more political and about the money and not the care for the patients. They worked you to the bone, there was a lot of burnout, they wouldn't hire new RNs because of finances, and soon new RNs where taking care of very critical patients with out the experience. The older you got the more they used you, Then when you were almost close to retirement, they found ways to get ride of you because they could replace you with 2 RNs for the amount they were paying you. Human Resources wouldnt stand behind you for any of they things that were happening to you and other older nurses around you. The stories I could tell you about people that they got rid of them. Everyone knew about except I sometimes wondered if the higher up people knew. I also saw a lot of people quit that couldnt stand watching horrible things happen to good people. Cannot recomend IHC.

Pros and Cons
The staff are kind and work very hard, and help you work hard also.
They get rid of their older staff before retirement.
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What’s the gender distribution at Intermountain Healthcare?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
47.8% female, 52.2% male.
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When was Intermountain Healthcare founded?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
1975.
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What industry is Intermountain Healthcare in?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
Healthcare.
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Where can I find Intermountain Healthcare’s headquarters?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
Price, UT.
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I’d like to know how much Intermountain Healthcare makes per year.
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
They make $5b to $10b
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Who is the CEO of Intermountain Healthcare?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
Phillip Blackburn.
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How long do people usually work for Intermountain Healthcare?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
4-8 year(s).
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what kind of companies did Intermountain Healthcare employees work for?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
Large companies before Intermountain Healthcare.
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what are the chances of career advancement at Intermountain Healthcare?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
medium.
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who are employees usually hired by after leaving Intermountain Healthcare?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
Brigham Young University, Health Catalyst, Huntsman Cancer Institute, Intermountain Medical Center, R1 RCM, SelectHealth, University of Utah, University of Utah Health.
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Who are the top previous employers of Intermountain Healthcare employees?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
ARUP Laboratories, Brigham Young University, McKay-Dee Hospital, SelectHealth, University of Utah, University of Utah Health, Utah State University, Weber State University.
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How old are Intermountain Healthcare’s employees in general?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
around 21-30.
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Where did most of Intermountain Healthcare employees go to school?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
Brigham Young University-Idaho, Salt Lake Community College, University of Utah, Utah State University, Weber State University.
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Work-life balance is important for me and I am joining this place.
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8 months ago
Sometimes, you have to give up on it but it's not a regular thing. Go ahead.
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8 months ago
Relax, you will get enough family and friends time.
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Short staffing is the worst thing to happen. It ruins the experience of other people working there.
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8 months ago
They always have enough people to do the job.
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8 months ago
It's horrible, but fortunately, there is no such issue here.
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The supervisors that are never there to help can be frustrating to work with.
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9 months ago
The supervisors are always ready to jump in and help.
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9 months ago
Don't worry, you will get the due help.
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Raises are important to me but I don't know the frequency here.
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7 months ago
They conduct performance review after a month and decide the raise.
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7 months ago
You have to wait for an entire year.
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I don't know if I will be successful or not but looking for a place that offers flexible work schedules.
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9 months ago
You can choose the shift here.
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9 months ago
There are 12-hour shifts, so work during day or night, your choice.
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Don't mind working for hours as long as I am learning something.
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9 months ago
The long shifts can be tiring but you learn so much.
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9 months ago
This is the place for learning and growing as a professional. ☺
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I don't mind working hard but I like breaks to cool down.
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8 months ago
I understand that the days can be long here but you will find the break.
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8 months ago
They will give you the break, don't worry.
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Passing out of the school soon and wondering if they take in people for internships.
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8 months ago
Yup, they will give you the opportunities.
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8 months ago
Yes, they have internship opportunities available.
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Going to work in the administration and have no idea about the kind of people here.
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8 months ago
There are some recent changes in administration but all good. 🙂
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8 months ago
It's not something to worry about.
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The management that's set up for success gives training.
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7 months ago
They are training and provide training too. 💻
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7 months ago
The management will provide all the necessary training.
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Going to be my first job and want to know if the starting salary is good enough.
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9 months ago
They have a great salary.
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9 months ago
It's better than most places in the area.
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The place where everyone works together manages to achieve better results.
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9 months ago
You won't find any compromises on teamwork here.
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9 months ago
I must say, every department puts in work together.
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Looking for a place that allows me to jumpstart my nursing career.
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8 months ago
They are into nurturing the employees, so you will learn a lot.
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8 months ago
It's a great place to start the nursing career. 👩
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Love making connections wherever I work.
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7 months ago
You can make friends as well as professional relations. 👩
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7 months ago
I made some amazing friends while working here.
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Need information about the kind of benefits available to people working here.
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8 months ago
Health, dental, vision, and retirement. 😀
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8 months ago
PTO, health insurance, 401k, and more.
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Do these people take care of their employees?
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9 months ago
Of course, you don't feel left out.
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9 months ago
Yup, they acknowledge the efforts and stand behind their employees.
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Need details about the pace of work here.
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7 months ago
You have to be on the toes here.
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7 months ago
Get ready to work hard, LOL. 😂
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My previous workplace had the worst coordination, it made the work experience hell.
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8 months ago
Relax, there is no such thing here. 😌
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8 months ago
The coordination here is exceptional.
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Is the upper management reasonable here?
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8 months ago
They take decisions that are best for everyone.
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8 months ago
They take input and feedback to improve the employee experience.
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Many people don't think so but the tech at such places make a great difference.
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9 months ago
They have state-of-the-art technology.
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9 months ago
They never shy away from upgrading the technology.
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