i was only a nurse tech here but based off of what all the nurses had to say about this place was negative feedback. The nurses would complain about low pay, pay cuts, low staff and bad management. i personally liked my manager but everyone else didn't.
The most enjoyable part of this job was working with the staff whom experience ranged from new graduates to 20+ years. The hardest parts was hanging blood and have a psych patient in 4pt restraints, and have to give total care out ot 30-68
Charge Nurse/ Staff Nurse RN - Women's Center (Former Employee) – Webster, TX – May 12, 2017
This unit was a great unit to work on. The management changed a few times making it difficult to make the needed changes. The work was steady and then one day it just dropped. I was cancelled a lot and had to use vacation time or not be paid.
Phlebotomy (Former Employee) – Webster, TX – March 28, 2017
I loved working for this facility. The people were pleasant to work with and management was fair. The only reason I left is because I needed to make more money and it was not an option at that time to get the raise I needed.
I really enjoyed working here. The staff for the most part was very helpful and i always enjoyed meeting new people. The hardest part about this job was being understaffed a lot. It was a very fast paced environment, which I enjoyed and took pride in.
I worked in the Postpartum/gyn surgery unit. Very nice coworkers and supportive management. When I first started I made some of my concerns about the work load known to my director and she was prompt to make the necessary changes. Good teamwork and support.
Medical Staff Coordinator (Former Employee) – Webster, TX – January 24, 2017
I could never take a day off. When I did, I would be called with questions. Too much work for one person to handle in a 40 hour work week. It was hard to balance life and work. Too many monthly meetings. Admin team was in the dark how the office worked. Too much turn over within the department.
The nurse would look at me kind of funny because i play christmas song in july just to let know christmas is 6 month's away
Unit Secretary (Former Employee) – Webster, TX – December 7, 2016
work well with co-worker's always laughing in the nursery. The most enjoyable part of the job was the end of the day and holding a baby in your arm for some comfort till mom call for him/her . What I learned the past 20 year is that a lot's of nurse come and go but at the same I learn new stuff from them. always helping them, when a new nurse come in I try to put them at ease and welcome them to the nursery. The hardest part of the job was to see healthy baby get sick and have to go nicu
A typical day at work was patrolling the area in the company truck. I learned to always have a positive attitude and high alertness. The management was okay. My co-workers were sometimes not team players. The hardest part of the job was working with employees damaging company property needed to perform the job. The most enjoyable part of the job was it worked well with my school schedule.