Practice your profession with people who share your passion.
We believe the best way to provide safe and compassionate care for our patients is by nurturing the passion of those who care for them. That’s why we devote extraordinary resources to help you grow and thrive in your career.
Whether you prefer to work in the metro area or a smaller community, our family of hospitals, clinics and care services offers a wide variety of career opportunities.
Join our team! Apply today at allinahealth.org/careers.
We serve our communities by providing exceptional care, as we prevent illness, restore health and provide comfort to all who entrust us with their care.
- put the patient first
- make a difference in people's lives by providing exceptional care and service
- create a healing environment where passionate people thrive and excel
- lead collaborative efforts that solve our community's health care challenges.
We live our values and mission in our decisions and actions. We match our actions with our words. We are honest and just in everything we do. We hold ourselves accountable to each other and the communities we serve.
We treat everyone with honor, dignity and courtesy. We respect the values, cultures, beliefs and traditions of others. We value the skills, talents and dedication of everyone with whom we work. We are committed to working collaboratively with one another and to providing consistent, coordinated care. We demonstrate cooperation and teamwork in all our actions.
We commit to meet the expectations and act in the best interests of our patients, physicians, communities and one another. We are thoughtful and purposeful in all our actions. We strive to foster an internal community of mutual trust.
We are dedicated to creating a healing and caring environment and supporting the emotional, physical and spiritual well-being of all. We recognize and honor the individual needs of our patients, caring deeply for them in life and death.
We recognize that health care is essential to the common good and hold our resources in trust. We commit ourselves to using these resources wisely and distributing them with utmost care and consideration. We commit ourselves to being thoughtful stewards of our time, energy and talent. We hold ourselves accountable for good financial management that enables us to provide for the present and future needs of our patients, physicians, employees and communities.
- 26,405 employees
- 1,812 staffed beds
- 112,973 inpatient hospital admissions
- 1.2 million hospital outpatient admissions
- 35,702 inpatient surgical procedures
- 70,712 outpatient surgical procedures
- 320,305 emergency care visits
- 15,364 births
- 3.3 million total clinic visits
- 171,501 home care visits
- 109,982 hospice visits
- 844,601 retail pharmacy prescriptions filled
- 178,670 oxygen/medical equipment orders
- 63,111 ambulance transports
- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Allina Health part-time (more than an year)Pros
The biggest reason I'm still here is because they highly support my education. I'm in nursing school, and they've been so flexible with my school schedule and supportive. Staying with Allina will hopefully make it easier to get a job once I've finished my nursing degree.
I have a great supervisor and great team to work with - we all care about the same things.
As a whole - Allina as a company has beliefs and ideals that I believe in as well. Many patients I work with are satisfied with their care as well and that's huge.
Allina believes in recognizing people who do good work - who exceed expectations - and getting recognition and awards is highly appreciated.
The pay is good for what I do, although annual raises are low (1-2%).
If you need benefits - they are very good. Health insurance is affordable, they offer the beFIT credits to lower your premium by living a healthy lifestyle.Cons
Sick leave and family leave is very difficult. They use "occurrences" and you can only get three in six months. So if I can't make it because my child is sick and daycare won't let him come in, that's one occurrence. Leaving early, coming in late is half an occurrence. It's really hard to keep it within only three in six months when it's the winter months and you and your family are sick or there are snow storms. It's hard when you have a family to consider. I have great attendance and would never call in unless it was truly justified, but the occurrences make it very stressful.
There are several policies that don't contribute to a positive working environment - at least in my department - and that makes the job hard to appreciate. While I have a good direct supervisor, it's luck of the draw whose team you get placed on and they're not all as great as my supervisor.
Lastly, moving up to a new position is highly competitive. Several in my department have tried to apply for promotions or even just to a different position and they're always beat out by someone else.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Allina Health in September 2014.Interview Details
Was interviewed for the new grad program. Had the interview on Friday they called and said they wanted to move forward that day. They sent the email for references and you send it out to your references asap. On Tuesday the company had sent my results from the references to Allina. And that day I got the offer for the job!!Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
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