CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Shelbyville, IN – February 15, 2017
Major Hospital is a great company to work for. It's like a big family here and we welcome all the newbies to our team. It is a positive and upbringing environment with management who care about us workers.
Analyst (Current Employee) – Shelbyville, IN – March 5, 2016
MHP is a great place to work. respectful environment towards co workers and staff alike. When I joined full time, they even let me take a pre arranged vacation one month into the job. HR is there to help as well. Best organization I have ever worked for
PRN RT (Current Employee) – Shelbyville, IN – November 17, 2015
Great culture of patient care, very involved medical director and management. Resp. care is protocol driven and the RT's have a lot of autonomy. Good relationships with nursing and other disciplines. Decent benefits and pay. They are in the process of building a new hospital that will be opening in 2016.
RT's have a great deal of respect in the organization
Workload can vary a lot, but everyone is helpful. ER busy
AMU (Former Employee) – Shelbyville, IN – November 12, 2015
My nursing coworkers were hardworking, caring people. The administration is detached from the staff. Admin teams do not adhere to policy. It is difficult to get the same answer from more than one person. Communication is poor among admins and staff.
GOOD WAGES/ BENEFITS
BED BUG ISSUES ARE CONSTANT/ ADMIN TEAM IS DISORGANIZED
Account Coordinator (Former Employee) – Shelbyville, IN – May 28, 2015
Management and several employees are very passive aggressive and refuse to tell you anything negative to your face. Anytime I had an issue and tried to discuss with my boss I was ignored or a middle man was sent to talk with me without my points ever really being discussed. I felt very unwelcome and as though my employer didn't care about any of my concerns.
Cook II (Former Employee) – Shelbyville, IN – May 11, 2015
Classes held regularly to keep staff informed of procedures and guidelines as well as safety and opportunities. Staff worked well together, helped one another as needed. Employees respected and fairness for all. Kitchen management did great improvements for staff, work ethics, communications and cleanliness.
opportunities for advancement, great benefits, friendly staff.
Sometimes long hours, split shifts and hard concrete floors.
Respiratory (Former Employee) – Shelbyville, In – April 24, 2015
I have never worked in an environment that allowed more nepotism that Major Hospital. If you are not related to someone or know someone in "high places" you will not advance and may not be there long. Almost all the staff is related, I understand it is a small town; but when you have managers evaluating their own daughters and advancing them over other staff ....well. I could not even give management one star because they are so lacking. There is no management back up, if the evening staff or night staff needs help and a manager is available don't count on it. After they forced out the CEO there was a definite decline back to the bandaid station it once were.
only one is that it is close to home
everything, insurance is really bad, they have in the past let older staff go rather than pay out pensions
Registered Nurse, Emergency Department (Current Employee) – Shelbyville, IN – April 8, 2015
Great hospital to work for. The management is great and is always willing to help you out if you need off or have issues. The co-workers are dependable and willing to jump in and offer assistance. Overall, it is fantastic and doesn't get much better!
Flexible hours, great co-workers, great management
LAB/CLINICAL EXTERNSHIP (Former Employee) – North Richland Hills, TX – September 25, 2014
Although I only worked at North Hills for a few weeks in order to complete my clinical for my certification, I learned a lot. The atmosphere in a hospital is ever changing and it is a must to be adaptable.
Respiratory dept. is ran horribly! Manager cares nothing about his employees. Just interested in covering himself. Department is really ran by nursing. If the nurses accuse you of doing something even if its untrue you will be fired. Severely understaffed with just 2 therapist working entire hospital on nights with very busy ER, and two different charting systems for each area, and you are expected to be in multiple places at one time. Just not possible. Spare yourself the headache. Hardly any minorities working there also, and there is certainly a reason for that.