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Marion General Hospital Employer Reviews

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Team inspired hospital
Critical Care (Current Employee), Marion, INFebruary 23, 2014
Competitive wages, supportive management, co-workers helpful
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Good but stressful
CLINICAL STAFF NURSE (Former Employee), Marion, INDecember 13, 2013
Pros: a nice place to work. most staff helpful and made lots of friend, both other staff and patients.
Cons: the 12 hour shifts.
Typical day was admitting patients, starting IV's. Assessing the patient, nursing history, Care plans. Dressing changes, monitoring vital signs, heart rhythms. Medications, reposition patients, help with baths and meals.

I learned it all. I graduated with my degree and went directly to ICU. I truly learned the nursing process and what it was all about.

Management – more... was great. My supervisor was kind, helpful and I could go to her if I had a problem and she was there for us.

Co-workers were great. They were all helpful. It was a nice place to work.

The hardest part of the job was when we had to code a patient and he expired.

The most enjoyable was when the patient got to go home or at least to the Med-Surg floor. – less
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This is a great place to work
Supply Clerk (Current Employee), Marion, INOctober 6, 2013
Pros: they have gain shares and a good vacation program
Cons: can't think of any cons
I scan and restock all departments in the hospital. I also put away stock as it comes in. I enjoy working with the people in the hospital.
My co-workers are great to work with. We have a great working relationship which is very important in enjoying your job. I walk an average of 5 to 8 miles in a typical day. I just enjoy being a part of a wonderful – more... hospital and all the employees who work there. The management is very supportive. I have a wonderful boss. There really isn't any hard part to this job. You do keep very busy because you have to scan and stock each department and also take emergency calls for expedited items that are needed in the departments. – less
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Great Place to Work
Unknown (Current Employee), Marion, OHAugust 29, 2013
Great Place to work!
Joint Commission accredited.
Many opportunities to grow.
Supportive environment
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Minimal Training/Fast Pace
Financial Assistant (Former Employee), Marion, OHAugust 21, 2013
Pros: helping people.
Cons: people calling off and leaving only two people working the floor alone, sometimes poor management of the schedule.
I applied for the job of Financial Counselor. This was a fast pace environment where you could have 5 to 12 rooms at a time to take all insurance information and enter into the computer. You would also be responsible for any emergency cases that arrived that had to be entered ASAP. You needed to print all paperwork and sticker's and have them on the – more... door for the nurses for the patient to be seen by the physician. Should the patient be an emergency you needed the information right away. Should the patient need financial assistance you had a small amount of time to discuss with the patient if it was a busy night. You had to make sure you took care of each and every patient to make sure they had everything they needed. I enjoyed this job. I enjoyed the people I could help. I saw no room to advance. – less
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Good learning experience
Student Nurse 2 (Current Employee), Marion, INJuly 15, 2013
Pros: co workers help each other out when busy. great place to work.
Cons: i am not full time.
I work PRN. I have great co-workers who are always willing to educate me, which adds to my learning experience. My typical day is a 12 hr shift. I do work occasional 4 hr shifts if needed. The most enjoyable part of the job is when there is something new that I get to learn. Nothing about the job physically, is really hard or difficult. However, there – more... are many days when it is non-stop. I get along with all my co workers and all my managers are competent and fair when assigning duties and are willing to step in a help when needed. – less
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A great place to work, largest employer in Grant County, IN
Outpatient Coder (Former Employee), Marion, INJuly 2, 2013
I started working for this company when I was still in high school. I grew up there; and the employees were like a second family to me. The hardest part for me was actually leaving the area to be close to my aging parents. I worked with many great and memorable people who taught me to be a responsible working adult, proud to be and MGH employee. The – more... greatest influence for me was actually my mother, who worked for the same hospital for over 30 years. Years later, I was able to work with her for a short time before her retirement. It was always interesting to visit and hear stories from other nursing staff and physicians of what it was like to work at the hospital when it was just one small building. Now years later, I was part of it growing from that small one building to a thriving campus of many buildings networked together. – less
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I worked at Marion General Hospital and left for pursing my RN and other Nursing endevores, now I am pending my NCLEX and am excitied to return.
RN pending NCLEX (Former Employee), RN staff nursing/ OB- mother baby floor.June 25, 2013
I enjoyed the fast pace of the hospital and the challenges of taking care of acutely ill patients. During my schooling I precept- ed and realized how much I miss the fast pace of the hospital setting. I had good experiences with the management and felt that I was valued and praised as a nurse. The hardest part of the hospital job is the time you spend – more... charting, it is a hard balance of taking care of the patient and making sure all your documentation is clear, concise and complete. I love taking care of the patient and seeing the progress they achieve during their illness. The challenges of providing a caring, supportive and positive stay for the patient is key to me. I look forwards to getting to experience this care setting again in the future. – less
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No Communication! DRAMA, DRAMA, Nurses are Rude! A place where they will DISCRIMNATE AGAINST YOU AND PICK ON YOU!
Unit Secretary (Former Employee), Marion, INMay 3, 2013
Pros: the pay, that's about it.
Cons: not enough time on lunch, very stressful, charts slammed on desks, getting yelled at, getting embarrased and picked on in front of people, people telling you that you did not do your job right when you did. poor commincation, poor management, poor nurses, its high school, drama and getting told on. do not follow the handbook.
Depending on the position, its usually a decent wage and great benefits but the management is terrible, usually they do not even remember what they are doing, and there is no communication in the work place especially between Nurses and the secretaries. The Nurses act like they are 16 years old and they tell the management about a problem instead of – more... coming to their peer and confronting the problem to the other employee. We were told to be a problem solver and deal with the problem with the employee. They will try to get you fired if they do not like you! Nurses will be smart alecks and act like they are better than you. They treat you like you do not know what you are doing if they new and will slam charts on the desk. The place is full of drama and always short staff! And forget it if you ever want to try to get a day off or a week for a vacation. You will get denied. You work all the time and overtime all the time, at least 16 hours or more. The nurses will take personal things that you wrote and photocopy them and show them to the management. A management will harass you and bug you if you make a mistake and god forbid if you make a mistake you will hear it from at least 5 people about it. Its kind of like office space, you have like 5 bosses. Don't ever click your pen around a nurse or they will snap at you. The people are very rude here, there is no communication what so ever, the management treats you badly, the nurses are rude, its always short staff and you cannot get any time off. From my experience its a terrible place to work. There are people who are big brown nosers and if you dare to try to tell your side of the story..well don't even both because if they do not like you, they won't believe you. If you are different, they will discriminate! It is a very discriminating and bad place! Make sure you read your handbook, because they do not follow it. Maybe some one will get them on it. They do not have set rules either, so if you break a rule, you sure wouldn't know it until you hear it from 5 people and get in trouble. – less
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Excellent job experience but too much drama and unkept promises
Phlebotomist (Current Employee), Marion, INMarch 20, 2013
Pros: friendly and helpful co-workers, close to home
Cons: unkept promises, wages and benefits
Marion General makes a lot of promises of advancement and variouse job/shift opportunities that go over looked all the time. The compensation for the job that is being performed is the lowest I've ever had. The co-workers are great, the benefits are what ruins their reputation.
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I enjoyed working at hospital. Met many new friends.
Customer Service Specialist (Former Employee), Marion, INDecember 31, 2012
Salary was good. Working conditions were good. People were nice to work with. Enjoyed this job.
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NICE PEOPLE TO WORK WITH
Radiologic Technologist RADIOLOGY PRACTITIONER (Former Employee), COLUMBIA MSNovember 10, 2012
Pros: nice people
Cons: benifits
NICE HOSPITAL ATYPICAL DAY AT WORK WAS GREAT LOVED MY JOB. I WAS ASST SUP. WHICH I LEARNED A LOT ABOUT MANAGEMENT SKILLS, TO ME THERE WAS NO HARD PART LOVEED MY JOB THE MOST ENJOYABLE PART OF THE JOB WAS MEETING PEOPLE
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learned many things about teamwork
registered nurse (Former Employee), Marion, OHOctober 6, 2012
pleasant place to work family oriented and caring nurses did scrub and circulating of c/sections
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Great place to work
Patient Care companion (Current Employee), currently I am a pt. care companionSeptember 5, 2012
While working at Marion General patient care comes first .MGH is a great place to work
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Poor professionalism.
CT Technologist (Former Employee), Marion, INSeptember 1, 2012
Unethical workplace based on favoritism and who you are. Very unprofessional managerial staff. Terminated employment while I was on vacation based on circumstantial evidence. He said/she said situation. Very childish atmosphere and hinders professional outcome of patient satisfaction. Extremely disappointed to be associated with this provider.

Kella – May 3, 2013

I had the same problem as I was terminated for a he/she said situation and a favoritism and discriminated situation. I was picked on, told on, pulled apart and never there was a job where I cried so much at work. And if you were bawling your eyes out...no one acted like they saw or cared about you. The management is terrible, there is not any communication there. I had a nurse tell on me for the most stupid things and they were trying to get me fired, and they even photcopied a note of mine and gave it to management. Oh and they do not even follow the handbook or have a set of rules, because if you break one, you wold not even know it until they tell you and then you would ask about where is the rule and they will just say because or come up with something. Then your getting defensive they say..no it's because I want to know where the rule is at for this.

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Busy and short staffed
Laboratory Scientist (Former Employee), Marion, INAugust 14, 2012
Pros: satisfaction in helping people
Cons: rarely got your 30 minute supper break.
Again, busy and short staffed. Expected to do two people's job and be two places at one time. Very seldom did we get our 30 minute break for supper. My co-workers were great to work with and we could dish it out. My reward in my job is knowing I give my best to help my community. Management needed to learn people skills.
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a great customer service learning experience. working with several types of people and coming together to serve one another
Dietary Assistant (Former Employee), Marion, INJuly 18, 2012
Pros: serving people
Cons: very hot
a typical day at work would be cold food prep, food line, run trays, clean up, late trays, dish room, restock and roll silverware for the next day. I learned that team work goes a long way. My co- workers were very dedicated and enjoyable. The hardest part of the job was experiencing deaths. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to serve – more... people and being around a positive hard working team. – less
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Tech 2
Tech 2 (Former Employee), Marion, INJune 5, 2012
Release of Information for disability, lawyers, patients
Scanned in charts in EHR (Meditech)
Deficiencies for completeness
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Great place to work.
Registered Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee), Marion, OHApril 22, 2012
Pros: able to do lots of skills ie: intubating, abg's
Cons: not flexible hours of schedule has to be 7p-7a, always short-staffed on nights
A typical day at work consists of O2 checks, nebulizer treatments from 1900-2200 then a break and lunch and any 2300 treatments then more treatments from 0200-0400. then productivity for day shift and checking equipment.