OR Staff Nurse, CPR Instructor (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – January 20, 2018
Baylor is a good place for career advancement and specialty achievement. Baylor continuously stays on the cutting edge of health care developments. Many employees have made Baylor a life long career.There were always ways to increase your job responsibilities.
Nice place to work. Mostly great staff and team environment could be more consistent and treat everyone equally. Due to high turnover rates management allows some staff to continue working despite unprofessional behavior.
People in Training are getting paid more than people who have a college degree 14 months experience and are State Certified. This is why they always say do not discuss your pay because then they realize we will find out that they are screwing us.
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – McKinney, TX – January 17, 2018
They do not appreciate the job that you do no matter the position you are in. Our office has been short staffed since October and they are just now hiring people and not enough but refuse to hire anymore.
Very good place to work at, management and staff are very friendly. SCRUM Agile environment, friendly company that takes care of its employees and contractors. Good benefits, promotions are done when earned and open door policy with staff.
If management would do there job and make people work according to there job description it would be a better place. I really like my job it is the not knowing if your job is secure due to drama. I have been working in central services since I've been employed. I do want to scrub but they say they need me in central services.
National Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Killeen, TX – January 16, 2018
Fast-pace office. Did a lot of procedures there on a daily basis, but , they hired CNA's and called them and gave them MA titles.When I asked if there was any way that I could use my NCMA title to apply for a position that became avalilable in the clinic that would be accepetional for an MA, I was informed that I would have to go back to school and become a LPN, because they do not recognize MA's at their clinic for that kind of job( giving injections,and doing anything else a MA is aloud to do).
Fast going, productive, need better work enviroment
Customer Service Representative level 2 (Current Employee) – Temple, TX – January 14, 2018
The contact center is a good starting place and good for younger generations. It is fast going which is good but the clinics and the contact service representatives are not on the same page. There is a lot of miss communication between the locations and the clinic requirements are not always up to date.The contact center it self is not very clean environment to work or healthy.
Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – January 12, 2018
I loved pulmonary. I love the patients.My manager was an amazing supervisor. i love the checkin/checkout staff. I loved the physcians. I love the PFT staff. I love the bronch staff. It was truly a team effort. This team taught me that patient care was more than the medical aspect of medical care.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – January 12, 2018
The environment at BUMC was very fast paced and productive. Everyone worked as a team and family. The Job was fairly easy. The manager made for sure they did their daily rounds and Have Put helpful advice, which made the job less complicated.
Great Company, depending on where you are in the company, pay can be hard
Contact Center Specialist I (Former Employee) – Round Rock, TX – January 11, 2018
this is a great company, these are people that really care about the patients and go above and beyond to help them. all of my coworkers here are genuinely amazing people. this particular job in the contact center doesnt pay very well. I mean, its okay if you dont have car note, rent, insurance, light and water bills, if you're young and dont have those responsibilities then its perfect! but as an adult with those responsibilities, its hard to make it with the pay we get...the only thing that is making me consider leaving is that
great people, relaxing job with purpose, teamwork and collaboration, benefits, discounts at various places
Going to work and walking through the door to greet the front desk people, they had an option for us to use the elevator or the stairs, going to a desk I would make sure I had coffee because we would have to go down stairs to talk to customers face to face if they came to the main building. I would start by checking our voice mails and addressing them as well as check the fax machine for fax received by customers, then I would check the portal where CSA would need assistance from the billing department end and assist them with the information sent, answer calls from the CSA and assist them with customer information needed to proceed with their task. I learned so much with billing and drafting and sending letters and making sure information is accessible for the whole billing team. The hardest part of my job was leaving. Everything was enjoyable even with the high stress but when they changed managers I just started to see people go one by one.