NP, Hospitalist Group (Current Employee) – Maryville, IL – February 23, 2017
Schedule is unrealistic for those with a family and a working spouse. No paid time off, no sick days, no CME cash. No overtime, no holiday rotation. Coworkers are nice, but will burnout from stress quickly.
Nursing Supervisor (Current Employee) – Maryville, IL – January 26, 2017
Wonderful place to work. Team work is crucial to patient care and there is no lack of it at Anderson. All departments work together to provide the best experience possible for our patients and visitors. Great ability to move up from within.
Lab Assistant (Former Employee) – Maryville, IL – December 8, 2016
The management shows favoritism, if you are not one of their favorites you will not have anything coming. You could work you tail off and be there for them when people don't show up, you hard work will go unrecognized.
Decent atmosphere with care to the patients and visitors
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Maryville, IL – October 21, 2016
5 days a week, performing certain tasks to maintain hospital cleanliness and organizing meetings concerning staff and newcomers. Do not place yourself or others at risk via infectious chemicals, ongoing illnesses, or acts of aggression at the risk of being terminated from the job you are hired to do for the company you wish to work in.
Lab Assistant (Current Employee) – Maryville, IL 62062 – March 9, 2016
They employed me PRN when I was attending SIUE. They were always willing to give me hours when I was in need of money. I owe a lot to them. They made me into a better healthcare employee. Management is good and they listened and worked with me when there were issues. The hardest part about my job was developing confidence in my abilities. Patients are sick and reluctant for you to do anything to them. With the developing confidence I have acquired and a comforting personality, I feel like I can talk to any patient.
Patient Access Associate (Former Employee) – Maryville, IL – November 6, 2015
I did not enjoy working at Anderson. Typica work day was very stressful and hard. Management did not train you like you were supposed to be trained. The hardest part of the job was being reprimanded for every mistake you made and having no recognition for the good service and skills you provide
Obstetrics Technician (Current Employee) – Maryville, IL – March 26, 2015
A typical day at work consist of patient care, teamwork, c-sections, and much more. We work together to make sure our patients are comfortable and pain is manageable. We also have a secure and safe environment for our patients and their babies.