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  • Indianapolis, IN
  • 1001 to 5000 Employees
  • 1859
  • Hospital
  • Healthcare Services & Hospitals
  • $25 to $50 million (USD)

CompetitorsCommunity Health Network (Indiana), St. Vincent's
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Lisa E. Harris
Lisa E. Harris
107 Ratings
Current Employee, less than 1 year


15 Jun 2021 - Registered Nurse
Positive Outlook


Eskenazi is the best company to work for as a nurse in Indiana. I have worked for IU and Community health network, and neither of those facilities valued their nurses and other staff like Eskenazi


The patient demographic can be difficult. Being the county hospital we take a large number of homeless, incarcerated, or individuals being placed under arrest. Although this can be trying, you rarely
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Diversity & Inclusion at Eskenazi Health

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Does there seem to be diversity at Eskenazi Health?

...Eskenazi says it promotes diversity and inclusion, but when it comes down to it, IU Health does a much better job of actually being inclusive....Read More

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Eskenazi Health Interviews

Getting an Interview
Applied online72%
Employee Referral16%
In Person7%

  1. Pharmacy Technician Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I had to do a test before I could interview. I passed with a 100%. So I did the interview. During the interview the pharmacist stated per Indiana law I’d need to have my tech license even before I stepped foot into the pharmacy. The communication I had, along with the ad description for the job, did NOT state this. Because of the misleading and totally inaccurate/inappropriate information in the ad, during the interview it was clear I would not be selected as I was not credentialed yet. So either Eskenazi is either providing false info in job descriptions or the pharmacist was lying. Pick one. Considering I’ve heard this company routinely lies and discriminates, I can’t say I’m surprised.

    All questions were ‘tell me about a time’ scenario

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Company Updates

4 August 2020
#EskenaziHealth will be hosting a Virtual Critical Care Nurse Recruitment Event on August 20, from 4-5 p.m. Hear from critical care and nursing leadership about what it is like working at #EskenaziHealth, especially during this #COVID19 pandemic. Experienced nurses are encouraged to attend to learn more about the full time and per diem positions available in the following departments: MICU SICU ICU If you are interested in learning more about a critical care nursing position or attending the event, text "EHBOOKCLUB" to 40458 to RSVP.

Eskenazi Health Awards & Accolades

  • Becker's Hospital Review Top 150 Places to WorkBecker's Hospital Review2019
  • 150 Great Places to Work in Health CareBecker's Hospital Review2019

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What is health insurance like at Eskenazi Health?

...Health insurance is a bit expensive...

18 June 2019

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