call center (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – November 2, 2015
90% of managers are messy and will spread your business Boring. I was annoyed with this job after a week ZERO leadership Within your 90 days they claim to help you become better at your job with manager coaching and constructive criticism. I've got neither Most patients that call are rude Can't take any time off in your 90 days. Even if it's for a Dr appointment they will write you up which is redundant. If you are trying to work here RUN! It seems nice during training but it's definitely the worst place I've every worked
Fast pace enviroment alot of construction project to improve facility. Have learned and perfected the team player attitude with all aspects of my staff. Management works together to accomplish what is at our level, but still run into red tape on ocations have to work a little harder to overcome. Overall a good place for employment for some one who is will to develop all skills invloved in this position.
Health Unit Coordinator (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – May 23, 2016
My typical work day is usually busy. I come in receive report for my unit; introduce myself to all my patients and inform them to call if they need anything. I am always willing to help. After that is done I'm usually transcribing orders and/or completing requisitions/patient information according to the unit ; managing charts and forms; completes all required education; coordinating patient appointments and/or unit activities because I'm also part of the Communities of Practice Board. My management is great. They are always there to lend a helping hand and they listen. We are very family oriented - we take care of each other. The hardest part of my job is when we have a slow day. you have to make yourself busy. Overall, I enjoy my second family.
Mental Health Educator (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – July 14, 2015
Enjoyed working with Health Promotion Services. It was a Meaningful and rewarding job - as I was making a difference in the lives of others.
I learned that there is a lot of need for health services in the Houston Community. It was a great experience being part of an Organization that cares for the health of the community. Having several health clinics in Harris County and providing health services and education to the local people, making it more accessible and convenient for them, is something that not other Health Organization in Houston provides.
Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 2, 2016
If you are remotely thinking about working for the PeopleSoft project at Harris Health, think again. This is the worst PeopleSoft project in town to work on. The project director is a troll who wouldn't be able to get a job anywhere else. The staff is belittled daily. The atmosphere is toxic. If you have any self-respect, do not work on the PeopleSoft project at Harris Health.
Harris Health System is a good place to work. They have good benefits, decent pay, and vacation time (PTO). It's a fun place to work with supportive management. Their focus is "Service First", which means patients/ clients are always first. My decision to resign was very hard.
Desktop Support Technician (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 22, 2016
I worked on a project in the past providing support to Harris Health and I enjoyed working with this company at that time. I learned a lot in an hospital environment and if had another chance working with this company, I wouldn't hesitate to do it again.
Versitale learning environment
None in my opinion based on the fast pasted environment
Very fast paced work environment you get in go right to work. Its a hands on type of job they have on the job training good teachers anything you need to know they where there to help.I had very good co-works friendly and down to earth.The most enjoyable part of the job was the people I worked with I loved my co-works they really showed the true meaning of teamwork.
Work in the lab is very very hard and now since we moved the lab to another building on the other side of the Hospital its been challenging having to walk back and forth with blood samples because the system wasnt prepared for the ungrades that came with the new move from the old hospital to the new one.
As an employee of Harris Health System, I am proud to serve the residents of Harris County for over 7 years. I have been afforded many opportunities at Harris Health that has allowed me to advance my career. Not only is there room to grow and great opportunities available, but Harris Health is a competitive payer and has great benefits. I feel truly blessed to be a part of such a great company.
Working in a hospital is a big change from most commercial environments. There were so many occasions here that I was able to learn more about how hospitals operate. Learning everything from the technical aspects to administration.
Excellent management and Staff. Staff always working together to provide best care possible to patients. Management very caring and understanding. Always working to provide the best working environment for their staff.
Director (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – August 9, 2016
One of the most rewarding things in life is the ability to help someone who would not receive the help otherwise. This job is so rewarding as it allows you to give to others and see how your contribution helps heal a community.