Iam open to learn to enrich my knowledge and iam a team worker.I have had knowledge in medsurg, icu and in home health . This experience prepares me to assume more responsibility in health care settings
I hate this place with a passion. This is the most cut throat place you can work at. There no room for growth and advancement, no one cares about rudeness the employees show to one another. This the evil place anyone can work for. The older employees have all the pull and get to do what they want. They get all the vacation and go to HR if they are turn down. They talk to new employee like garbage and make you feel like you are nothing. They don't train correctly, you know you made a mistake when they are ready to write you up.
There was nothing good about this place from the beginning.
It's a good place to work, even though the pay for some positions are not comparable to other hospitals in the metroplex. It seems as if we're in a constant state of change and adjustment due to being bought and sold so many times since I've been here, plus multiple changes of lab directors. The staff works well together.
Management works hard to provide quality patient care.
Constant turnover of owners of hospital, administration, lab director, etc. Too many foreign nurses.
Help Desk Technician (Former Employee) – Mesquite, TX – July 2, 2017
I worked this hospital for three years and let me tell you its horrendous the IT department is a flop nobody helps anyone out selfishness. The only people that will stick up to you is the directors of each department,
Lead Technologist (Current Employee) – Mesquite, TX – June 17, 2017
I am involved in many areas of the hospital. I enjoy working in the ER. Nurses and doctors are friendly and knowledgeable. I also enjoy working on the floor with the nurses and inpatients. I spend time in the OR and ICU as needed. Management is supportive of the staff and very positive. The hospital is culturally diverse. The most enjoyable part of my job is knowing I have helped another person. The hardest part of my job is seeing patients in pain.
refer to primary nurse (Former Employee) – Mesquite, TX – May 10, 2017
I t was tedious because of paper charting but its all changed now with the new administration. I loved my manager veey supportive , my co workers were exceptional . they gave me the opportunity to be where I am today. the distance though was an hour commute to and fro. I had no choice
Paramedic - ED (Former Employee) – Mesquite, TX – July 29, 2016
The work in a fast-paced Emergency Department is challenging. I worked at DRMC for 8 years and loved every minute of it. The ED doctors, NP, PA, ED Director, etc., were an exceptional group to work with. While the doctors are out-sourced, most were very approachable and treated the staff with respect. The only reason I left was I could make more money outside of the hospital; however, I remained PRN for 2 years after I took another job.
Treats patients to the minimum. Anything you do to treat the patient adequately is considered over treating the patient. This hospital practices veterinarian medicine. They order the least amount of orders that can be ordered. They send home prematurely. I would not send my dog to this hospital.
My job is a very rewarding one filled with new and exciting challenges each and everyday. My job is very unique in that every time I walk in I know that I am in for something new and exciting. There is always a new opportunity to learn something new. Working in an ER is a very rewarding and satisfying job and I take great pride in working there.
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – IMCU – July 31, 2015
I like working here.The employees and Doctors are very nice and easy to work with it's like one big family some time ..Smiling and team work is a plus thats the grat thing I like about my job.I have gain so much experience from my job.being that im only PRN.