PATIENT INFORMATION COORDINATOR (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – September 17, 2013
A typical day in the appointment center at ACH consists of scheduling appointments for the outpatient specialty clinics of ACH via phone calls from parents or PCP's, email, or clinic forms. The appointment center is a call center so it is very fast paced and busy. There is very little "down" time available.
Administrative Assistant/Office Manager (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – September 12, 2017
Anyone would be proud to work at Arkansas Children's Hospital. Work life balance is great. Managers and supervisors are wonderful. I only left to take on a more challenging roll back in my chosen profession of finance.
Craniofacial Assistant (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – August 25, 2017
The new management under Marcy is all about making a name for herself and not about the children anymore. I have worked every department in that hospital and she has cut so many jobs that the nurses can't do their jobs. they have too many patients to patient ratio, the nurses can't push the meds and do documentation also at a timely matter. The anesthesiologist were cut in half and wait times for surgeries were never on time. The Arkansas of department of human services would "dump" the kids that were taken from abused homes and would never find a solution to their problem and ACH had to hold beds for much more needed children and also took up the expense of that! there is too much to list! If I do not get a job because standing up for justice than so be it!
The children are the main focus
Not anyore its about maki9ing money and making a name for herelf
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – August 15, 2017
Worked for ACH 12 years in the executive office. My co-workers were a joy to work with. I really enjoyed working for a Children's Hospital and the knowledge that what I did impacted the care and the health of children.
Very slow to give merit increases and the pay at ACH is low
MRI Technologist (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – August 8, 2017
Have a strong team oriented mindset and a positive outlook. Children feed off the energy they feel from parents, other patients, and staff. The parents being calm because the entire procedure has been explained in detail will help.
Lab Assistant/Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Lowell, AR – July 19, 2017
I really enjoyed working for this hospital. Everyone worked together as a team to provide the patients with the best care possible. I was blessed with the opportunity to build relationships with the patients as well.
PCT (Patient Care Technician) (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – July 19, 2017
Ii am a hard worker. I am a team player. I love children's my work atmosphere is pleasant and my co workers are a pleasure to work with. The clinic that I work at everyone gets along well and communicate with each.
Specialty Nurse RN III (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – July 6, 2017
Been a Specialty Nurse at ACH in an Out-Patient clinic for over a year. I would not leave if I was not moving out of state. Great team feel throughout the hospital. Terrific to be a part of a Magnet hospital that seriously values children and their families. ACH's principles of Safety, Teamwork, Compassion, and Excellence are emphasized throughout the campus. Every team member really strives to Champion Children by making them better today and healthier tomorrow!
CEO has quarterly meetings with all staff that are interesting, informative, and team building! Competative pay! Good management!
Very busy clinics, which often cause families to have extended wait times
Volunteer Work (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – June 12, 2017
I was able to volunteer in this pretigious hospital where I got to do Arts and craft with toddlers before they had to go see the doctor. I got to attend Lucheons and educational seminars as well. It was a very nice volunteer experience that I will never forget.