CERTIFIED MEDICAL ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Danville, Indiana – October 19, 2015
Management sub par. All about going back to school to further education, but not to fond of transferring positions. Loved the people I worked with. But didn't like micro-management. Doctors are very friendly.
Medical Front Office (Current Employee) – Brownsburg, IN – September 14, 2015
Worked there 13 years was told promises and received nothing. If you're in upper management you've got it made. Watch your age. You get to old, they start tearing you down, tell you awful things that aren't true. Then they fire for a made up protocol.
A place to go, no help, through management, or co workers.
Low pay, no support from doctors or managers. You have to be in the elite group.
Facilities (Former Employee) – Danville, Indiana – March 16, 2015
What was once a very successful organization with a very healthy bottom line is now a "treat people worse" kind of organization. Placing the fear of job loss in the hearts and minds of employees is what the CEO is best at. He is not a leader. He does not even do a good job of faking it. Thirty years of building a great foundation and strong community employer, ripped apart in just a few short years. Why does the Board approve of such behavior? Everyone is in it for themselves.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Danville, IN – February 18, 2015
Patient education, safety, staff education were excellent. An excellent hospital in all aspects. Teamwork! Learning experience daily and personal care given to the employees as well as the patients. Physician support was excellent.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Danville, IN – December 2, 2014
I learned so much in this job. It was a small hospital so I felt comfortable asking questions about anything I wanted to know about. I loved my job, the management was sub-par. Things that you'd think would be common sense turned into a huge fiasco with certain employees. I loved the interactions with the patients and had so much fun making the blood drawing experience go smooth for them.
patient interaction, small hospital, great benefits
Clinical Attendant (Former Employee) – Danville, IN – October 1, 2014
I enjoyed the job and working with the patients of the hospital. A typical day at work consisted of communicating with patients, and their families. I enjoyed working with my co-workers, and we all made the job fun. Management is management, just like every place else the management system needs to be "tweeked" a bit so its not so micro managed.
instrumentation technician (Former Employee) – Danville – November 8, 2012
I took a job in central service and was made many promises. The structure of my training was hectic and disorganized. My coworkers were back-stabbers; I found this out at my review-you know nice to your face kind-of people-these people cost me my job with all their lies, half-truths, and more LIES. My team leader (who thought she was the boss and rarely helped her coworkers because she thought she was the boss) was as lazy as they come (sat on computer most of her shift-not doing work even when they were short-handed and struggling) My boss? rarely saw him-unless it was to degrade me, never anything positive came out of his mouth.How these two acquired these positions is beyond me. A bunch of gossiping and racism; something I would not have expected in a hospital. My coworkers did not care if I learned or not. Instead of actually teaching they just had me running around from task to task so I could not learn things properly. I learned that "newbies" aren't accepted with open arms. There was nothing enjoyable about this job; they left me on my own-after improper training or lack of training, which they took no responsibility for- and expected me to do the work of 2-4 people and when I could not do it, they did not get it, but somehow the day shift, which consisted of 4-5 people could not keep up and left me all their tasks they couldn't complete, on top of my own duties!! This department of the hospital was the most disorganized place I have ever worked in. I got a job with another employer (not a hospital) in a warehouse that pays better and I am treated better (so sad how cheapmore... these hospitals are; except when it comes to their CEOs etc...) I spent $30,000 going to school and get paid better working in a warehouse;PATHETIC!!!!! Also, my team leader, my boss, and one of the coworkers do not have their CRCSTs, which is a REQUIREMENT; but I have mine. These people have all been in the field for years! It seems to me they can't keep anyone for that position. Is it the new employee? No, its the working environment (push, push, bullying, degrading and berating) It is the management and coworkers that keep this position open.
RN Emergency Department System Administrator (Current Employee) – Emergency Department – August 29, 2012
I very much enjoy the family atmosphere of my current position at Hendricks Regional Health. Everyone that you meet is very sweet. Families work here at Hendricks Regional Health meaning that you could see a Mom and Daughter or Husband and Wife work together in various departments. It is just fun to see how generations after generations decide to come and work at HRH.
discounted (awesome) meals, great insurance benefit
up coming healthcare changes has caused a lot of changes and cut backs.
Support Service Associate III (Current Employee) – Danville, IN – July 8, 2012
The delivery job I do is different every day. I enjoy being outdoors and also customer service with so many hospital associates. Everyone I work with is kind and considerate from the doctors to the cooks. No one is above the other and everyone respects each others positions. The job I do requires organization, flexibility, heavy lifting and follow up. I have excellent managers who allow me to make whatever adjustments to my schedule that I need to do. I have earned their trust and they support me in all I do.