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Saint Louis, MO (US)
10000+ employees
Non-profit Organisation
Healthcare Services & Hospitals
£100 to £500 million (GBP) per year

Indiana University Health, Riley Hospital, Community Health Network (Indiana)

As a faith-based healthcare organization, we're dedicated to delivering compassionate, personalized care to all, especially the impoverished and vulnerable. Our Mission, Vision and Values drive us to transform healthcare through innovation across the entire ... Read more

St. Vincent's Reviews

  • "Great job"

    Former Employee - Pct in Indianapolis, IN (US)
    Former Employee - Pct in Indianapolis, IN (US)

    I worked at St. Vincent's part-time


    Great job and amazing co-workers


    Commute was a bit long

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St. Vincent's Photos

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St. Vincent's Interviews



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Getting an Interview





    RN OR Orthosports Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Birmingham, AL (US)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at St. Vincent's (Birmingham, AL (US)) in May 2020.


    HR was really great, helpful and prompt in setting things up but the same cannot be said about the department I interviewed for. Spent time preparing for a formal interview and was well prepared to answer just about any question they would think to ask. Actually the interview turned out not to be much of an interview at all. It was an online virtual interview and as soon as I connected to the chat I was advised that they could see me but I would not be able to see them. This was actually very awkward and a bit annoying straight out of the bag. Manager proceed to talk almost non stop for about 5 minutes without really asking me anything then she said she was going to leave and tend to something and let a couple of other people come in and talk with me. They came in and introduced themselves, although I could not see them. They also proceeded to talk and ramble about the position and then asked me If I had any questions. After that the manager came back and asked me the same thing, if I had any questions and that was basically it. All total it was about 30 minutes of rambling then they rushed me off the chat and I could tell they were ready to go and very vague at answering any questions.

    Synopsis: The whole interview felt rushed, awkward, and uninteresting from the very start. Within the first couple of sentences I could tell the manager was not interested and I knew right then it wasn't going anywhere. It actually crossed my mind to end the interview my self but I figured since I had came this far I might as well sit it out. I felt that they were simply just going through the motions since I had been selected as an interview candidate. Definitely more of a very rushed information session than an actual interview.

    Interview Questions

    • How far away do you live. I mean seriously? Maybe I was planning to relocate for the job but this didn't seem to be considered at all on their part.   1 Answer
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St. Vincent's Awards & Accolades

  • Magnet Designation For Nursing Excellence, Magnet Designation, 2012
  • PRC National Excellence in Healthcare Award Winner, PRC, 2013
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