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Could be so much better
RN (Former Employee), Henderson, NCAugust 11, 2014
Great people work here. There's just not enough support from management and administration for nurses to thrive.
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Medical Assistance Counselor (Former Employee), Henderson, NCOctober 25, 2013
Pros: very good co-workers
Cons: turn over rate
See self pay patients and screen them for possible medicaid or payment arrangement. Also offer charity to patients that qualify.
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overall good place to work
CNA (Current Employee), Henderson, ncOctober 14, 2013
Pros: helping people
Cons: i work night shift
I like my job im just looking for something dayshift and during the week.
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New challenges everyday
Billing Specialist - Team Lead (Former Employee), Henderson, NCApril 26, 2013
The hospital was recently bought out, each day presented a new challenge of things that were expected and needed. Kept you busy and on your toes.
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Some of my co-workers are team players
Certified Phlebotomist Technician (Current Employee), Henderson, NCJanuary 11, 2013
You work hard but I love my patients.....
I enjoy what I do here at MPMC.
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NOT a good place to work
Clinical Auditor (Former Employee), Henderson, NCSeptember 30, 2012
Cons: no true training!
You do not want this position. It only pays 24,000 and you the expectations are unreal. The qualifications says GED only but that is so untrue. If you don't have any medical experience, you will suffer and don't expect any real training. You will not get it! You will be working with people that have been there for years and they will expect you to know – more... it all. I would not ever suggest this place to anyone! – less
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I Love to do Phlebotomy work.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee), Henderson, NCJuly 17, 2012
Pros: helping people
Cons: learning more each and every day is truly a blessing.
I love working and doing Phlebotomy.I love knowing that i will be helping people learn somthing about whats going on with them because it will help them be able to get the help they need if they need it.
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New Management,
ASPT Certified Phlebotomist, Breath Alcohol Tech. (Current Employee), Henderson, NCJune 11, 2012
Pros: wonderful 3rd shift lab partners
Cons: no team work from other areas of the hospital, low pay, do not have decent insurance.
I go into work at 10 pm. working in the ER. My 3rd shift phlebotomy/lab team are honesltly wonderful people and great team members to be a part of. We (3rd shift lab) do make a great team, in working with each other and helping when needed. The hardest part of my night are the my abusive patients that phyisical try to harm you. The Management could – more... and should be better. What I enjoy most is knowing the fact that I can help a patient in some way, to help save a life or just make feel better. That is a reward all in its own. – less
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cooperative staff, lots of learning with fun.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Henderson, ONAugust 22, 2012
Pros: self scheduling.
Cons: far from home.
Very busy hospital. I worked night shifts, but still was very busy, lots of admissions each night. Had exposure to variety of patient population with different diagnosis. Staff was very co-operative, I was a new grad, everybody made me very comfortable and gave me a lot of support. Very productive three years of my life.