Cedar Park Regional Medical Center Employee Reviews
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Good place to work and learn; friendly and helpful co-workers.
Respiratory Therapy Extern (Former Employee) – Cedar Park, TX – November 17, 2015
CPRMC a smaller hospital that get it share of variously ill patients, ranging from bumps and bruises to the critically ill patents. A typical day may start out with a few patients in the ICU and some floor therapy and quickly develop to several trips to the ED for more acute ill patients. Due to how sporadic the day can become it helped me to farther develop my assessment skills, time management skills and urgent care reaction. My co-workers as well as management are always eager and willing to lend a helping hand or teach new technique. I enjoyed my experience there, it helped me to become better more rounded therapist.
Facility Services Coordinator (Former Employee) – Cedar Park, TX – June 23, 2015
This employer has great benefits & initiatives.
Working in Facilities, I have found this Hospital unsafe to work in. Too much concentration on making the patient satisfaction scores high for Medicare payments, that disregard to the operations of the building lacks staff to maintain it. Thus puts patients, staff and visitors at risk in an unsafe environment.
Too many Chiefs not enough Indians. No dedication to staff.
This is a great facility. It has the look of a new hospital and the feel of a small town hospital.The nurses, physicians and pharmacy staff at the hospital are awesome! The staff are easy to work with and motivated. There are plenty of clinical opportunities on a daily basis for a pharmacist. The physicians often seek the input of the pharmacists. The pharmacists dose all the Vancomycin patients. The pharmacists are often willing to collaborate with their coworkers to provide the best possible patient care. I've never worked with such a great group of pharmacists and technicians. Everyone works well together. The pharmacists have a set rotation every 4 weeks; but, we are often able to help each other out when needed. The hospital has grown significantly in the past 5 years. We are opening a Heart and Vascular Center; and, we have a variety of patients despite the small size of the faciltiy. The hospital continues to expand it's services which keeps it interesting. There are a lot of corporate mandates that are different from other hospitals which can be cumbersome; but, you learn to get used to it.
Patient Access Registrar (Former Employee) – Cedar Park, TX – January 8, 2015
A busy fast paced emergency room with lots of love, excitement, and caring for the patients and other coworkers. What I have learned from this job, is that the patients/customer doesn't want to be here if they don't have to. So make them feel as comfortable as possible and empathize with them. The hardest part of this job was, watching the patients loved ones get the news that they have passed away. The most enjoyable part of this job is seeing the smiling faces after they are feeling better after being treated at our facility.
Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Cedar Park, Texas – October 29, 2014
I enjoyed working with my co-workers, however, the morale is very low due to the dictatorship style of management. I think it would have been better if the management was more collaborative. I did not feel valued there as an employee.
ER Nurse (Current Employee) – Emergency Room – April 10, 2013
For being in Cedar Park this ER is super busy. I'm a current RN seeking other employement due to lack of staff support (techs, understaffed nursing, etc). This has been a continued problem with lots of promises and no change. ER has lost 9+ nurses since Dec 2012 due to these unresolved issues and unsafe patient care. My best advice, stay away!