Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Tyler, TX – April 20, 2017
I would help room patients, take their vitals and interview them on the reason for their visit. I would order labs when needed, refill authorized medications and schedule appointments. I learned a lot while I worked there. Excellent coworkers.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – April 12, 2017
I LOVE my manager and director. Overall great staff to work with on the unit. Love my co-workers. Currently undergoing changes with new senior management. If you are looking for a fast pace, nice environment to work at, you'll love it.
Finance (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – March 17, 2017
This was the worst company ive ever worked for to be Catholic, The management team put in place to run this company represent the totally opposite. They blame the staff for their mistakes and take no responsibility. Upper management hire their unqualified friends and families for posted positions with top pay and overlook the qualified internal candidates. There is only a 1% chance for minority advancement & growth potential. To sum things up this company is the WORST!!! Would not recommend to my enemy.
PTO and Coworkers
Both Mgmt & HR team is a nightmare, Mgmt hire unqualified friends & family for positions w top pay.
Stressful place to work especially when you don't have supervisory support
Security Officer (Full-time) (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – March 12, 2017
The turnover is high and there's a good reason for this .You get no support from your supervisors you have no family life because they don't have a set schedule. they don't believe in you having a family life. If you work for Christus Santa Rosa you will regret it especially for the security department that's why they're always hiring officers. Don't waste your time and fall for their empty promises because that's exactly what they are empty!
You pay for everything and you get nothing in return
The company gives the employees a tremendous amount of support and offers an extensive benefit package. The hours in the human resource department were always flexible. Management was extremely informative and present. The different management levels in the HR department were not always clearly defined.
Great opportunity for advancement
The company hires from within and I was only a long term temp
Analyst (Former Employee) – TX – February 24, 2017
I have never seen a company change so much in the last year. They down sized. Managers became micro-managers. The workplace used to be so fun and uplifting. Then it became miserable. Many left. I was one. Whether an RN or IT desk support everyone was affected.
Program Manager (Former Employee) – Irving, Texas – February 11, 2017
There is a large disparity between what the health plan leadership says they represent and what occurs on a day to day basis. The leadership has not dedicated resources needed to develop staff or the tools and systems needed for associates to succeed and run a health plan. When a question is asked a typical response from leadership is " go read the manual and figure it out." 10+ hour work days are the norm as there is little to no support and general lack of direction and vision for the managing staff. Due to this, there is a revolving door for mid-level managers which is hard on the front line staff.
Member Service Representative (Former Employee) – irving tx – February 10, 2017
They claim they have a reputation but they hide behind their religion and claim to be a Catholic organisation. The supervisors in member services are full of themselves especially when you say you got a sup call....no one wants to answer but run hiding like brood of vipers. Then they turn and point fingers at you for what you did not do before getting rid of you. Please read before you apply there.
Ft.Smith hospital eat their young and are bullies!
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Ft. Smith, AR – February 6, 2017
I am a Registered Nurse and happened to be visiting the Ft.Smith ,Arkansas facility. What I observed was totally unprofessional and uncalled for. The charge nurse or manager had a clique it appeared and was not very helpful to one of the nurses on the floor. Under staffed also and maybe that's why he had the unprofessional attitude. There was an incidence with a drug that was not addressed appropriately and didn't seem like it was a big concern for anyone's safety. I've been privileged to work in bigger hospitals all around several states and know a " train wreck" when I see one! Stay away from this facility if you have a license you value! New grads,this is not the place for you! Go somewhere that will help you grow in knowledge and professionalism. I've read other reviews wondering if it was just this facility or not and overall most of the reviews are similar to mine and I'm just an observer!! It may seem rather harsh but what I observed should have been reported. The younger nurse may not know her options or even who to report it to. That's what the charge nurse and managers are supposed to be doing for their nurses. Not providing a safe work environment is reportable and could cost this company! Poor girl! I can't imagine actually having to work with those nurses at this particular facility! These are the kind of nurses that give the rest of us a bad name! Shame on you!
Stay to yourself and move up. Work hard for self. Always keep a journal of call for weekdays and holidays. Special clicks get special perks. Keep up with schedule during the day, a person will be before you and because they don't want to do the procedure they will skip them and get the next person...
A typical day is very fast paste and change daily to ensure we continue to meet daily, weekly and monthly goals. I've learned so much over the years in management. I value my team/employees; therefore I try to provide as much training and information for them daily to assist us in meeting our goals. I truly feel I'm only as good as my staff. If they fail then I have failed them. The hardest part to my job is having to decide between two great employees, which one to promote or release when downsizing. The most enjoyable part of my job is training staff and/or mentoring someone to be promoted within the department
Company is a christian based non profit. Executive leadership needs a reality check regarding their policies and leaders they have in place. Work life balance needs to be updated,as well as employee communication.