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Kaiser Permanente Interview Questions

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Ryan Brunner has over ten years of experience recruiting, interviewing, and hiring candidates in the healthcare, public service, and private manufacturing/distribution industries.

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Patient care requires a strong amount of compassion, and Kaiser Permanente strives to provide compassionate care to their patients. Do you consider yourself a compassionate person?

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Kaiser Permanente Interview Questions & Answers

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    Patient care requires a strong amount of compassion, and Kaiser Permanente strives to provide compassionate care to their patients. Do you consider yourself a compassionate person?

      How to Answer

      To succeed at Kaiser Permanente, you should have a solid level of compassion for your patients or customers. Talk to the interviewer about the compassionate qualities that you possess and that you'd bring to this role with Kaiser Permanente. Prior to your interview, try to think of some keywords that define your compassion and empathy for others in the work that you do. These can include terms like sympathy, empathy, humanity, kindness, caring, and heart.

      Ryan's Answer

      "I understand that compassion is one of the top qualities that I need to bring to the workplace at Kaiser Permanente and I consider myself a very compassionate person. I am warm-hearted, responsive to my patients' needs, and always empathetic to others. I take the time to listen and reflect back to ensure that I am providing the best care possible."

      Ryan's Answer

      "My main reason for pursuing a career in healthcare was due to my compassionate nature with people. While I always do my best to provide kind and considerate care to my patients, I heavily emphasize things like patient privacy and patient advocacy when necessary. These go above and beyond what it means to provide compassionate care."

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      Anonymous Answer

      "I see myself as a compassionate person; I see more than a sick person picking up their prescription. I don't know what the patient could be going through, but showing I care for them and treating them like family will make a difference for them to feel better."

      Rachelle's Answer

      This is a great response, and it shows that you truly do care about the people that you come across every day.

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