Medical Technologist (Current Employee) – San Marcos, TX – June 10, 2016
I noticed that someone commented that the management was bad and there was racial slurs. First off let me say I am African American and have NEVER once felt any type of racism towards me much less any racial slur. I originally come from a small country town that still have these unethical practices. One of the many reasons i moved here was to get away from that. I recently moved here, and since day one this place has treated me like one of their own. Even before I moved here I had people offering me a place to stay and they haven't even met me. It is a nice environment to work where you feel like everyone is family. So for someone to comment or "pull the race card" I do not think it is fair to label this department, much less this hospital with such an unfair label. As for management, probably one of the best I have came across. Its hard these days to find a boss who is fun easy going, but stern and leader with a back bone when needed. I think this department has NAILED it in finding someone who fits this role. Everyone is easy to approach and talk to. If something need to get done they are quick to respond. I also greatly appreciate how this job challenges you to step up and become a leader. Since I have been here, they have giving me different task to keep work interesting, fun, and a overall learning experience. All and all probably one the best choices I have made in my career.
Great place, Communication, well around great learning, Leadership
Administrative Director, Outcomes Management (Current Employee) – San Marcos, TX – November 29, 2015
In all my years in healthcare, I have not experienced such a healthy culture made up of human beings! The faith based Adventist structure with focus on mission and spirituality, combines for a strong infrastructure that is hard to match. I am thankful to be part of the team.
Manager (Former Employee) – San Marocs, Texas – February 26, 2013
This hospital is a joke when it comes to living it's mission. The culture will never change and the same people will be in charge until they do a clean sweep and get a new attitude. They need to hold everyone accountable. They will back stab you and throw you under that bus for their own benefit. They work you hard for little pay and pretend to be a faith based hospital. Be very aware for working for this company.
lack of leadership, bending of rules for those that have been there many years, no ability to advance, unsurmountable workload.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – San Marcos – January 23, 2013
Cons: No training Worst benefits No team work Weak management No job advancement Low census No diversity Competition coming soon Unethical Do not follow core values Rude, hostile, work place environment
Dietary Clerk (Current Employee) – San Marcos, TX – April 8, 2012
This position doesn't allow any utilization of my education. Everything has a set time limit to complete the daily tasks. Once you get the rhythm down you mostly go on auto-pilot.
I've learned that I'm looking for a career change from nutrition and do not want to work in food service. I also do not want to work in healthcare or in a hospital. I need something that is more fun, exciting, and will allow me to work harder to move up within a company.
There is too much super vision which is completely unnecessary. Most of the people there are on power trips. Gossip and rumors start a lot of unavoidable drama. There is too much favoritism and constant unfairness.
I'd say the hardest part of the job is just feeling like I'm not using my full potential for the 4 years I went to school to receive my education. The work that I do is so mundane, boring, frustrating, and it makes me miserable.
The most enjoyable part of the day is when I get to talk with the elderly volunteers or other people within the hospital for a few minutes and eat lunch.
four dollars a day to purchase foods, health benefits
short breaks, boring, non-intellectual, unprofessional co-workers, non ideal environment, problems never get solved, horrible pay grade