Paramedic (Former Employee) – Marion, IN – June 24, 2016
Taking care of people is rewarding and the Ambulance service is a busy 911 service. Good way to develop experience and skill set. Management no longer prioritizes the Employee as a valuable team member. Was told by VP of Nursing that "Your Associates Degree is meaningless. You have to have a BS at least to mean anything". Big Nurse V Paramedic environment with animosity high on both sides due to lack of respect to EMS. They are all about the survey's now, including compromising patient care to "improve time" stays in the ED.
Use to be about people (patients and employees), now about surveys no matter the cost. Just poor Business Model for a PUBLIC SERVICE business.
Co-Workers Good, Rewarding Work
No longer about the Patient care and Employees, Just Survey Results
Unit Secretary (Former Employee) – Marion, IN – July 21, 2016
Mgh is a fun environment to work in although I only worked temporarily. I enjoyed working with the nursing staff and doctors on different floors. This was a wonderful learning experience for me. The opportunity to continue education is wonderful and the staff is great
IT team needs additional staff 4 System Techs and 1 Network Tech for 2000 plus users
Network Technician (Current Employee) – Marion, IN – December 10, 2015
A typical day at MGH is anything but typical. The IT department is in extremely high demand with limited staffing resources. However with the influx of day to day user request ranging from the simplest password resets and user preference requests to deploying new equipment and critical systems down leaves very little time to focus on specific specialties.
free meals from time to time and free employee health screenings once a year
Dietary Assistant (Current Employee) – Marion, IN – November 30, 2015
Overall good work environment the people are all very nice and do their best to make it a fun place to work. However they are terrible with scheduling and often don't schedule enough people so then your stuck doing other peoples jobs as well as your own and just requires to much out of you physically and personally I haven't had one weekend of even one day off on the weekend in 4 months and i work 13-14 hour shifts so it gets really annoying not being able to have a life on the weekends.
Great hospital to gain excellent nursing experience!
Student Nurse (Former Employee) – Marion, IN – October 26, 2015
Marion General Hospital was a great place for me to gain nursing experience as a student nurse. Regardless of where I floated to throughout the facility, I was treated with respect. The Physicians at MGH were extrmely open to educating those with an interest to take a step further to ask a question or share a concern. Overall, I enjoyed my experience at Marion General and would recommend MGH to both patients and potential employees.
Registered Nurse (RN) (Former Employee) – Marion, IN – August 10, 2015
This ED is busy, does well for an independent hospital. I liked it here and the staff is great. Paid well. Should expect that there are a lot of new grads here, but older staff know what they are doing.
Unit Secretary (Current Employee) – Marion, IN – March 6, 2015
Great place to work. co-workers are very friendly and helpful. Very fast paced. Very stressful at times. Nursing Staff really cares about their patients. Patients and their families are treated as family
Good team to work with, minimal room for advancement
Imaging Systems Technician (Current Employee) – Marion, IN – January 25, 2015
Serve as RIS/PACS operating system expert, providing technical support for entire organization. Provide senior technical support to both in-house staff and user departments for RIS/PACS software. Monitor HL7 interfaces between the RIS (Radiology Information System) and the HIS (Hospital Information System). Manage Cardiology reporting software (Xcelera) and worked closely with vendor during new software implementation in fall of 2014. Use Cisco VPN Client to remotely support end users.