Office Nurse (Current Employee), MS – February 20, 2014
My day starts at 0750 and ends at 1700. I enjoy my job and my working environment. I get the chance to communicate with my patients one on one, which is my favorite part of the job. The most enjoyable part of my job is working with children. I enjoy the stores they tell.
Clinical Informatics Analyst (Former Employee), Greenville, MS – October 3, 2013
A typical day at DRMC I would assist physicians during any difficulty they were having on the EMR. I built forms to be used by providers and nursing staff as well as other departments. I have learned how to work in stress. New management felt that my position should have someone with a degree therefore I was laid off with eligible rehire. The hospital – more... employees were easy to get along with. I enjoyed feeling successful in making something work for someone else. To be able to make their job easier. – less
Patient Financial Service Specialist (Current Employee), Greenville, MS – September 20, 2013
Pros: the ability to get off work for apt. and school functions
Cons: no paid holidays, or sick leave
Follow up on Unpaid Medicaid Claims. This is a 2 person job. One transferred to a different dept. Now one is doing the job of 2. Different rules for everyone. No one is held accountable for not doing thing correctly and thats the Hardest thing when you are OCD you want things done correctly or don't do it at all. I like my co workers most are very easy – more... to get along with. Love the benefits, and ease of getting off work for doctors appointments and school events. – less
Poor management, different rules depending on who you are.....
Nurse (Former Employee), Greenville – February 13, 2013
Pros: fast paced and your day passes fast, up-to-date equipment....
Cons: poor management, staff not held accountable
Worked at this facility for over 10 years. have seen managers come and go. Upper management does not hold directors accountable, especially in nursing. Different rules for different people, no raises in over 4 years. No rewards for going above and beyond, but it is expected. Nurses are not held accountable for doing their job, its more like let me hire – more... this person since they have a license and no one else is applying..... – less