Environmental Assistant (Former Employee) – West Columbia, SC – November 17, 2017
Performed a full range of basic and specially cleaning tasks in an area of assignment and discharges to maintain a healthy and clean environment. I enjoyed having lunch with my Supervisor. She was fun to be around.
You can use you badge to purchase lunch
Health Care was expensive and increased on November 1, 2017
LMC has continued to grow to serve the needs of the community
Career Progression (Current Employee) – West Columbia, SC – October 25, 2017
I believe the environment has changed at LMC which can happen with growth. There continues to be many layers of management which can impede ones ability to get the job done unless you have the right leadership in place.
Patient Access Representative (Current Employee) – West Columbia, SC – October 19, 2017
Lexington Medical Center was my first job. It was great for a beginner job. There is no room for advancement in my field and can not support myself off of the salary I make now with the rising cost of economy.
Radiology Associate (Former Employee) – West Columbia, SC – October 18, 2017
Make a lunch buddy. Complex is large and takes time to learn your way around. The parking lot is a good distance from the building so you need to either arrive early to get a good spot, or wear comfortable shoes
Not a terrible place to work, but not the greatest either.
Patient Access Representative (Former Employee) – West Columbia, SC – October 5, 2017
I worked at LMC for some time, I enjoyed part of my time there. My issue was with management in my department. They were not supportive and always left you feeling as every issue that happened was your fault, whether or not you were actually responsible. They showed favoritism when accommodating schedule changes. It created a low moral in my opinion. The job itself was not difficult and the benefits are decent.
General Labor (Current Employee) – Lexington, SC – October 3, 2017
Stressful and over micro-managing. The workplace is very intimidating and the workload is overwhelming for the pay. The hardest part of the job is communication and family life balancing. The most enjoyable part of the job is that there are great associates that you work with each day that keeps your head up above water.
Finance (Current Employee) – Lexington, SC – September 25, 2017
The work life balance is great and it is understandable when you have an appointment or have to pick your child up. Management could be more understanding of processes. Processes could also be improved.
A typical day was making sure that all tasks were completed for each patient and making sure they have the things that they need and want. Also, check the charts to see if all the orders are being carried out for the Patient care Tech is suppose to do
Registered Nurse, SC License #236814 (Current Employee) – West Columbia, SC – September 16, 2017
I work with some of the best folks around. Knowledgeable, support and they generally have a great attitude. I enjoy getting to learn a lot and would like to grow with the company. However, the pay pretty much isn't great. The culture is fantastic and that makes up for it.
Nurse Tech Provide (Former Employee) – Lexington, SC – September 16, 2017
Lexington Medical Center is truly a great place to work. I had several employees try to railroad me while employed there and the manager and management staff did a great job of getting that under control.
a typical work day for me was clocking in and going to my floor to start my daily work. in the morning i clean bathroom rooms and offices and start on my room so at the end of the day i can focus on discharges.
Emergency Department Registration Supervisor (Current Employee) – Lexington, SC – September 4, 2017
I enjoy working for Lexington Medical Center. I don't intend on leaving just in search of a morning job. They take care of their employees, the HR department working very slowly but that's normal for a hospital.