I been with baptist 22 years and a typical work day for me is greeting patient and scheduling test for them. I learned how to keep a smile in a place were sometime you don't understand how can so many people be so sick. Management is ok. My co-worker are awesome we are team players, the hardest part of my job is trying to complete everything in 8 hours. See a patient that's very ill do a complete turn around.
ER Admissions Representative (Former Employee) – Southaven, MS – January 8, 2016
I did not like working in the business office. I learned that calling a person or a company every day will not necessarily make them pay a bill. I could not meet the quota - I had an elderly mother that I needed to take care of anyway, so I left.
ER management was wonderful. Business Office management was horrific. Mean, rude and any other adjective that follows along those lines. They did not believe in training.
This hospital is a huge and great place to work with all the departments and hassle we have to deal with on a daily basis. The floor that I did work on was too hectic and the hospital accept a lot of various patients on our floor. When there was patient overflow in the hospital.
Good Company to work for. There benefits outweigh many things. Excellent management and staff to work for. Also the first company to have a woman NURSE CEO running it which also has its benefits because she is a nurse and knows how things go.
great place to work for experience needed in nurses. close to home. benefits okay compared to other facilities. pay is lower compared to other facilities in Memphis, but fine for rural hospital. don't see as many pt's as Memphis.