Manufacturing Associate III (Former Employee) – Hudson, NH – September 20, 2017
Its a good place to work, but the Management team could use some work. Its really difficult to grow in the company and be someone. If the company provided a more organized form of educating their employees, there would be better results. I know because I was there for 2 years!
The Atrium is an awesome place to work for growth. I have worked on the Med Surg/Oncology unit for 2 years and am ready to take the knowledge that I gained during that time and pursue a more specialized practice. A typical day on this floor is fast paced and can be stressful if not a good rapport with physicians. Fortunately, I love team work for the gain of my patients and found most all of the physicians treated the nurses with respect. The hardest part of the job was being given the care of 6 patients when half or more of those had either: dementia, Psych disorder such as Schizophrenia, Bipolar, drug/alcohol addictions. Or a surgical patient needing pain medications to be given IVP every 2 hrs. Discharges and admits happening simultaneously. I love the fast pace but often it could be stressful.
great team work/great employees
acuity of 6 patients can be a heavy workload depending on health of patient
Lead unit secretary (Former Employee) – Stafford, TX – August 21, 2017
I loved working here all the staff worked together as a family and we came together on a code blue as if it was our loved one. I actually applied here again but they didn't have any positions available.
free breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack
you can walk around in the hospital if you get bored
IT Security Programmer Analyst (Former Employee) – Franklin, OH – August 9, 2017
17 years with Atrium, previous Middletown Regional Hospital. Once Premier bought Middletown Regional, it is more like a political game instead of good healthcare. VPs do not care about staff at all. Everything is about the upper management. Ones that know nothing about the "typical day at work". Too many chiefs and not enough indians.
Political atmosphere instead of warm caring hospital
Very stressful, fast paced, too much paper work, heavy patient load, not enough nurses, not enough aids, difficult to get time for lunch, so much walking, difficult to help other nurses due to the way the hospital was laid out.
Great environment for Medical Records experience building
HIM Quality Analyst (Current Employee) – Stafford, TX – May 8, 2017
The HIM Analyst position is a great field within Atrium for opportunity exposure and general experience building. A typical day at the job consists of gathering data and pulling them into presentable reports for department and management meetings. Being able to collaborate and provide teamwork/face to face interaction with physicians is a big role in my job. I enjoy the people and the job security. The hardest part of the job is being able to grow and take the next level within the Medical Records career.
Director of materials management (Former Employee) – Stafford, TX – April 12, 2017
Very diverse staff. Physician owned with DNV accreditation. Atrium is a 66 bed hospital in Stafford Texas. It is a good company to wok for if you want to lean the industry then move on to better things.