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Valley Medical Center Overview

Renton, WA (US)
1001 to 5000 employees
Health Care Services & Hospitals
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Valley Medical Center is the largest nonprofit hospital between Seattle and Tacoma, serving over 600,000 residents. In addition to the hospital, the Medical Center operates a network of more than two dozen primary care, urgent care and specialty clinics throughout Southeast King ... Read more

Mission: Valley Medical Center, the District’s Healthcare System, is committed to providing access to safe, quality healthcare for the public. The District Healthcare System is integrated with UW Medicine and collaborates to ensure comprehensive, high quality, safe ... Read more

Valley Medical Center Reviews

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Rich Roodman
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  • "New Manager Is Toxic & Discriminatory"

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    Current Employee - Middle Management in East Renton Highlands, WA (US)
    Current Employee - Middle Management in East Renton Highlands, WA (US)
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at Valley Medical Center full-time (More than a year)


    The medical providers are universally skilled, dedicated, and professional.


    Callous, inept senior office administrators who create a toxic culture that contributes to inefficiency, petty and harmful staff behavior, immature backstabbing, and roguish attitude.

    Advice to Management

    Watch out for reckless and voiced discrimination by management against employees with disabilities, such as "Do we really want to keep HIM?" Watch out for the distorted egos of leaders who literally believe and declare, "I command a room." (Obviously, this person does not comprehend why people are REALLY staring at the flawed graduate of a "degree mill" institution?) Deal with the embedded practice of supervisors who recruit, hire, and retain people who are just like them. Otherwise, you will have a staff of petty, narcissistic, mean-spirited, myopic, walking catastrophes who undermine the best efforts of medical providers to fulfill the mission. Incivility erodes safe, quality medical practice. Take action to correct your "bad hire" so when the inevitable problems arise, you are not complicit.

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Valley Medical Center Photos

Valley Medical Center photo of: Proud to be a LGBT Leader in Health Care Equality
Valley Medical Center photo of: Next time you have a few minutes on the hospital campus to take a stroll outdoors during the fine spring weather, explore the Valley Medical Center-Puget Sound Energy Arboretum
Valley Medical Center photo of: Daisy Honorees
Valley Medical Center photo of: Daisy Award Wiinner Renee, and the Pedicatrics and Mother Baby Staff
Valley Medical Center photo of: Daisy Award Recipient, Stephanie and Joint and Spine Unit
Valley Medical Center photo of: 2017 Daisy Award Winner
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Valley Medical Center Interviews



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    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Renton, WA (US)
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    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Valley Medical Center (Renton, WA (US)).


    Applied online and got a call back in about 2 weeks. Had a quick phone interview and then came in for a face to face next day. Met both hiring managers and they laid out all the areas that they needed improvement on and if I was up to the challenge. Everything went great and I was then offered to take a pre employment paperwork to continue the process. I was told to take a drug test and expect to get a call back from the hiring manager. Weeks go by and no call back, no email no nothing. As if nothing ever happened. Kept checking online for a status but no answer. Called HR and was given the 'wait for the hiring manager to call you' answer. Which in terms mean 'sorry we moved on'. What they dont tell you is that you wont be hearing from them at all if you received the job or not. Literally *crickets*, that you'll be stringing along to bunch of maybe. But silence is the answer. But the lack of communication on there part was probably the most unprofessional process I'be been through. Needless to say, it was a big hassle for a short answer that I never received from them.

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Valley Medical Center Awards & Accolades

  • 2018 Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence, 2018 Distinguished Hospital Award, 2018
  • One of the Nation's 100 Best Hospitals, Healthgrades, 2018
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