Contract Compliance Clerk / HR Dept (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – August 19, 2016
Identified Contracts for renewals using contract log, prepared new/ updated contract package for administration and legal approval. Coordinated signature of contracting parties, distributed completed contracts, filed contracts, followed up daily on contracts in progress. Maintained directorship logs and summary worksheets and performed general contracts department administrative duties.
Sterile Processing Externship (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – October 20, 2016
During my stay at Doctors Medical Center, I learned a lot working in the Central Processing Department. The people were very nice and helpful. The manager was very nice, and was very professional when communicating with the members of his department.
Good place to learn about sterile processing, All the technicians are great to work with in this department.
Sterile Processing Technician (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA 95350 – September 6, 2016
The facility is very nice and an obvious pillar and asset to the community. The city of Modesto is 2 hours away from San Francisco and provides a suburban lifestyle for those looking to move away from the big city.. like I did.
HRIS/COMPENSATION SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – San Pablo, CA – April 18, 2016
Aetna was awesome. They are really there to help individuals, employers, community and their own employees get on the right track for better health. They are awesome at providing all resources required to get there.
primary bedside RN I managed Care (Former Employee) – San Pablo, CA – February 22, 2016
This was a teaching hospital that contributed meaningfully to my practice. A typical day at work was fast and half the day was gone before I had time to follow up on the needs of management. My co-workers and management was very supportive on the whole and lent a hand if the workload became to much.. The hardest part of the job was keeping patients in different stages of greiving to be matched enough to not be disruptive and interrupt the healing process.The most enjoyable part of the job was the opportunity to treat patients so that they had a chance to go home and talk about us. Often people would come to me and happily say I was their nurse.
housekeeping support to patients and workers (Current Employee) – San Pablo, CA – October 19, 2015
Fun work place with supportive management. Not all about the numbers but how you personally grow and develop. Decent amount of red tape and politics, but this is expected of a big company. The most enjoyable part of the job was working alongside my colleagues and learning from them. The office started to get crowded as the company grew and it was more difficult to get to know the new people. There was a lot of variety in what I did each day, ranging from the monotonous tasks to new projects that were challenging and exciting.
Physician Assistant-Certified (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – August 13, 2015
Everyone was encouraging and supporting not of just the job but of your personal life as well as maintenance of CMEs. Had a wonderful medical director and many of the MDs were old school and had lots to teach
Evs tech (Former Employee) – modesto ca – June 20, 2015
I loved to work at doctors medical center everyone was nice to work with all departments were good to each other team staff was really good .the hardest part was to communicate with the security officials because they were really rude and stuck up
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – May 3, 2015
I absolutely loved working for the hospital. The most rewarding thing is to help care for those whom could help themselves. An the joy and understanding we shared amongst each other, even when they could communicate.
A second home with people I who have turned into family
Radiology Secretary II (Current Employee) – San Pablo, CA – March 27, 2015
It is really sad to know DMC will be closing in as little as one month. The hardest part is accepting the closure & knowing that I will no longer see my co-workers but also my patients. I have worked at DMC for ten years and have built relationships not only with staff but the patients we see on a regular basis. Yet and still, I continue to smile and wish everyone a good day.
It's a business like any other where profit and self-sacrifice rule out
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Modesto CA – February 9, 2015
I spent the first year offering a smile, saying good morning, and opening the door for staff as they walked by my station on their way to work in the morning. I can honestly say that after a year I found that approximately 25% genuinely responded with a smile and greeting, approximately 50% returned the greeting with suspicious glances, no smile, and an obligatory response of some kind, and approximately 25% said nothing at all, EVER!! Can you imagine spending a year doing this for approximately 75% of the staff to really never warm up to you and your efforts? And for 25% to just flat out ignore you day after day after day blows my mind. We are talking about Nurses and Doctors...not housekeeping, volunteers, security, etc. For people in careers so respected and with such high pay you have to wonder why the majority seemed so suspicious of common courtesy and so unenthusiastic about being at work! Is it the staff or the employer creating such an unenthusiastic environment?
Patient/Family centered hospital that promotes wellness.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – San Pablo, California – October 2, 2014
I started at DMC in 1991. My very first job after nursing school. This was a very exciting period in my life . I always wanted to be a nurse...to make a difference in someone life gave me such an awarding feeling along with meeting new people and serving such a diverse community. I am so happy that my drive and inspiration to help others has remained constant for over 23 years.