McKesson will acquire the HCA’s clinical research arm Sarah Cannon; deal in process of being finalized
Revenues totaled $15.064 billion Net income attributable to HCA Healthcare, Inc. totaled $1.814 billion, or $5.75 per diluted share Adjusted EBITDA totaled $3.149 billion Cash flows provided by operating activities totaled $2.443... — read more
What are your thoughts about potential HCA layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
FYI.... D&I enforcement is coming in strong with HCA. Mandates coming down from the top will ensure the Black employees will be given positions over their white and other counterparts. This is when both candidates are equal in skill and... — read more
National Nurses United filed federal lawsuits in Missouri and Kansas against two local hospitals owned by HCA Healthcare Inc. (NYSE: HCA), arguing... — read more
HCA was very proactive early on. All contractors were laid off. But all f/t employees' jobs were saved by multiple salary reduction policies that the company embraced. From 30% senior leadership down to 10% for other support staff. We were very... — read more
We were told there is a hiring freeze, but I see many non-direct-patient-care roles posted. I bet we will have layoffs soon. 1) hiring freeze, 2) pay cuts for 2 months. 3) prediction: next, they will say, “We tried saving money with pay cuts and a... — read more
What is on your mind - what should be done and what we've done good so far? Where is all of this going?
How many people work at the company? How about the headquarters at Nashville?
This thread is for info about potential HCA Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
Central West Texas is cherry picking clinic by clinic and downsizing the hourly employees. Medical Assistants, MOS, Nurses no rhyme of reason to the staff selected, they aren’t saying lay-off they are trying to fire based on performance but they have... — read more
Lay offs happening at Nashville come Aug thanks to outsourcing to India, Richmond was in June. Just terrible, after 20 yrs of service they think nothing of showing you the door for cheaper labor. This will affect all divisions corporate wide. I love... — read more
This is a master thread about HCA Layoffs in 2019?
My friend worked in the Irving office. They were given three months severance pay and got to keep their benefits for the time. There was NO notice given that they were getting laid off. Literally they went into the conference room and without getting... — read more
Layoffs in North Texas division Anybody here has more info on this and layoffs at HCA this week in general? Did anything else get hit?
It's hard to see things getting better - are we going to have job reductions in corporate in Nashville.
So the rumor mill for HCA is that contractors will be forced to move over as employees, or be let go. The decision to offer or let go is being made by upper management. So this might mean a large pay cut for many. Good thing is they are offering up... — read more
So HCA went ahead with the FLSA changes, even though it got blocked. Hear there are a ton of people, mainly in administration, that are not happy. Moving from exempt to non-exempt, could upset those that don't really work all the hours they are... — read more
How about a bit growth for a change - I do hear that we may have layoffs in Nashville.
Was laid off today with about 15 minute's notice. Very sad to leave a great position and a great team.