Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Yukon, OK – June 5, 2017
The ER, like any ER, is a stressful place to work. It is usually under-staffed and generally a busy flow. It made for long and stressful nights. Teamwork was lacking, which made it even more difficult.
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – May 18, 2017
Coworkers very nice and helpful. Need to have experience with transcription of meeting minutes, which I did not have at the level needed. Did not have access to doctor's calendar or predecessor's calendar for almost a month, which made scheduling much more difficult.
Coworkers very nice and helpful.
Extremely stressful environment made it hard to enjoy working there
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Enid, OK – May 15, 2017
Worst place to work. No steady work area they will pull you to all different buildings to work. There is no manager for this department and they put a ex meth head ex stripper in charge of everyone and the only benefits you get is having healthcare insurance. 4 people have given there two weeks notice because there is no team work and drama all the time. Run away from this department.
Integrity Revenue Rep (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – May 11, 2017
I worked in the Business office. Management was extremely poor Quality from the bottom to the top. Corporate eliminated raises and 401K matching. Very stressful work environment. Employees were fired randomly and frequently.
Great culture, hard working, caring and vested employees.
RN Credentialed Trainer on the ClinDoc Team (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – April 19, 2017
Integris administration all the way down through the unit clerks welcomed us with open arms, warm hearts and a positive attitude. Their attitudes towards each other were just as pleasant. They rely on teamwork and all pitch in to accomplish whatever is needed. Compensation was also market and all sites were just as friendly and helpful. There was never a moment that I felt like a stranger.
Patient Financial Advocate (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – March 16, 2017
Integris offers great benefits and is very involved with the community. There are so many job opportunities within the Integris network. Very flexible as far as many different areas in the medical field to learn with such a variety of positions and schedules. FYI make sure you know about all your benefits and how to apply for them and qualifications for apply for them such as FMLA. Some management isn't clear on them and helping you sustain your job with knowing about medical conditions.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – February 9, 2017
INTEGRIS Health was a great place to work. It allowed me to advance my knowledge and experience in the health care industry. Management was willing to place me where they felt was best fit as the positions I was in were eliminated. The hardest part of my job was transitioning from a multi provider physical therapy clinic to a one physician clinic office where the physician worked inpatient hospital 5 days a week and worked in the clinic office 4 days a week. The most enjoyable was the challenges a single physician office brings in learning how to do day to day operations on your own.
Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – February 9, 2017
I love Integris maybe because it's all I have ever known. Started right out of school and I have been able to use all of my skills there. The environment of learning is amazing. In every department of the hospital (SWMC) you have a sense of family and team work. We have an extremely high acuity of really sick patients and the different areas of caregivers starting from ER to ICU and then on to the floors all work together to stabilize these patients and return them back to health.
Unfortunately they do this most days with fewer nurses than they should and physicians are working longer hours to help. Respiratory works hard throughout the hospital and also work with higher patients and fewer staff. There is a big demand to increase HCAP scores throughout the medical community but if your hospitals are understaffed how are we to properly care for these types of patients?
Integris values their employees however they are the lowest paid in the state! Physicians, Nurses, Respiratory etc., are all paid much lower than their peers in other hospitals.
I love the people I work with in every area of the hospital but if you are looking for more pay and less work you may want to look elsewhere. If you are looking to learn skills, time management and teamwork this is the place but know that you will be doing so at a lower pay range.
Perks worker (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – January 15, 2017
The facility is great but the manager of the Perks cafe is a disrespectful and very rude person. Different employees come and go. (I wonder why). One employee is always on the cell phone.Very unprofessional. Beware before you consider employment in the cafe.