housekeepind NAB (Former Employee) – Meridian, MS – January 9, 2018
I think Anderson hospital is a good place to be because if u want to eat they give a certain discount off the thing that they sail like food work clothes shoes stuff the no you will need to get the job done. I think that is another good thing on there company but like I say you just have to find to job you u can handle that you are required for in that is on the level that is required for you speed.
ANDERSON HOSPITAL is a good place to work, but needs more emoyees.
Physical Therapist Assistant, PRN (Current Employee) – Maryville, IL – January 8, 2018
Anderson Hospital is managed with a team of professionals who desire to create a safe and efficient environment for employees and patients. Staffing is lacking and the hospital is on a budget too often .
Full time employees get paid vacation, 401k, free CPR class, recognition good performance
Not enough employees to take care of patients needs.
Very poor communication between management and staff!
RN Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Maryville, IL – January 3, 2018
Management in the ICU can be downright hateful and has a very difficult time of consistently communicating the same message to all employees. Small things such as the color of your undershirt are cause for a "talking to" but larger issues such as physicians placing there own orders and safe staffing are swept under the rug.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Maryville, IL – October 30, 2017
I have been here for many years. It is a family oriented unit with phenomenal staff and physicians who work well together to care for our patients. We offer numerous services and work to ensure the safety and effectiveness of our care.
Biomedical Equipment Technician (Current Employee) – Maryville, IL – October 22, 2017
Blue collar workers are treated poorly and paid poorly. The Maintenance department is constantly at odds with each other and other departments. There is no such thing as a confidential discussion. Almost every one is trying to place blame on anyone they can to try to protect their job.
Pan and benifits for my position
For most blue collar positions, the only reason to work here is the Insurance!
Member of Rapid response team (Former Employee) – Maryville, IL – September 28, 2017
Respiratoy was under nursing and that causes increased tension and problems. No one should be allowed to touch the ventilators but respiratory. Vent changes were made and not documented constantly. Work was put off for the next shift. Albuterol treatments were given to anyone with a runny nose or twitch. Respiratory was not able to edit and monitor ventilatory treatments,
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Maryville, IL – August 24, 2017
Overall, I enjoy my job with Anderson. The downside is that the floor I work on if very fast paced, and understaffed. They also are bad with raises. I received a yearly raise, but it was a joke of a raise.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Maryville, IL – August 21, 2017
it was ok there just working nights wasn't for me. and i never got my shift pay for working overnights and that kinda sucked about bu over all they are nice at anderson just wish they would of gave me a day shift.