Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – July 17, 2013
On this particular day I had a lot of discharges which customers was leaving going home and rooms was coming back to back to be clean and I couldn't have no one to help me because management do not believe in team work, which their are co workers who wants to help but can't because they are scared they will get discipline because they didn't get permission to help me with my discharges, theres nothing hard about the job, and the enjoyment part about my job is that I did my job and complete my assignments but at the same time it was neat and clean.
In the home health field the work was very rewarding.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – August 10, 2017
On the average day I would arrive at my patients home for their personal care. Give their medicine and help with their food. I learn how important the care for the home bound can be. Management try to be very fair with both patients and the staff. All staff respect all the different cultures wither it was a patient or staff. The hardest part of the job was knowing the patient you were caring for could leave you at any time. The most enjoyable part of the job was the interaction with the patients and their families.
The joys of taking care a home bound patient, The ability to work alone and make the right decision.
I enjoy my work. There are a few technicians I work with that are hard workers and try very hard to do a good job. There are a couple of Pharmacist that I know I can go to with a problem with a medication or IV and get help. They will research and give me an answer I understand. I Love helping people. I may not know the person I am making a dilution for or an IV bag . But the thought that I can play a part in them getting back home and on with life is very satisfying.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Northport, AL – July 27, 2017
I've been a 31 year employee. I haven't had a raise in 2 years. I can't get any extra work. We work short. The benefits are horrible. I have been working with the same people for 20 years and love them!
Patient Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – June 18, 2017
I ami looking for a job in an office setting due to my disability looking to do part-time work while working there I miss working at DCH so if I can get back there to help with something that I can do it will be great, or maybe some other place will be wonderful
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – June 14, 2017
12 hour shifts only Friendly atmosphere Management unable to guarantee hours each week for full time employees related to over staffing. Hardest part of the job, dealing with staffing issues Most enjoyable part of the job, friendly co-workers
Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – May 31, 2017
New respiratory management is running off all good employees and what few good leaders they had. The rules changed daily to accommodate favorites and to "stick it" to employees they don't like. The morale was at the lowest I have ever seen and I've been told it has even gotten worse. All the focus is on exuding authority and not employees or patient care. There is a reason that half of the respiratory employees have left in the past year.
Can not trust respiratory management or believe anything they say
Chemo Scheduler (Current Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – May 29, 2017
Need pay increase overall of job duties. My job can be very time consuming. The overall work atmosphere could use so more improvements, but I know it takes time. I enjoy seeing patient smile and grateful for all we do for them.
Great co-workers, excellent patient care; compensation is very low
Surgical Technician (Current Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – May 5, 2017
Great co-workers, clean, employees are held to high standards, but compensation is poor. If you want to work, but have other income, it's a great place to work. Patient care is excellent. If you aren't an RN, you don't have opportunities to advance.
Administrative Coordinator (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – March 20, 2017
slow to change but trying to get there. family atmosphere because of employees, not because of leadership in most areas/units. most leaders truly do care about patients; other care more about their bonus. think hard before taking a job here. if you want a family to work with, this is your place. if you want good management or decent pay, keep looking.
EVS Specialist (Current Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – February 22, 2017
It's a good place to work at especially, if you are going into the medical field. You can always start from the bottom and work your way up the ladder because there are great fields and training that you can learn on the job.