Patient Account Representative (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – October 2, 2015
I think in most instances you have to take the good with the bad. This company has excellent benefits, and really good pay. There is really no opportunity for advancement in the business office aspect. There might be some, but employees that are advanced from where most people work, are there for life. I enjoy some of my work mates. But there are some problems with productivity from some employees. As a result, everyone else has to take up the slack. We are a bit short handed, so if someone is not pulling their weight, we really feel it. Supervisory staff seems to care, and will help when there are problems.
Nurse Technician (Former Employee) – Edmond, OK – May 4, 2016
never ask for help from any of the other techs or the unit clerk, you will never get it! got more help from the nurses; who complain when they get more then 3 patients... techs can be stretched out with 10 patients and running all over the place like crazy people and if they ask for help, or tell the uc that they are busy with a patient when they page you for 4 other patients back to back-- HA! if you're working with "particular " people, you coulndnt get help if you were life depended on it. and forget about taking a lunch break
Medical Coder (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – November 1, 2015
My typical day involves coding, purging scanned records, and other duties as needed. The management could be better. I don't feel as if the employees are treated fairly across the board. Some are allowed to bend the rules, while others are scolded for breaking them. The hardest part of my job is feeling that I'm not doing what I was hired on to do. Most of my time is spent scanning or doing other tasks instead of coding. The most enjoyable part of my job has been to expand my knowledge of ICD-10.
Unit Clerk/Nurses Aide/Trainer (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City OK – August 18, 2015
Reviewed the charts with new and old orders. Filing lab/xray reports in charts, coping charts for outside rehabs. There was a tremendous turnover in the nursing/management staff. In the two years I had 4 nurse supervisors. Enjoyed working with the drs.
Certified Nursing Assistant/Unit Clerk (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – November 24, 2014
A typical day consists of: 12 hour work day with either a 10-15 minute lunch break or no lunch at all due to being so busy at the hospital. The work is very physical and the patients can be quite demanding and rude at times.
I really enjoy most everyone that I work with. If it wasn't for the great employees I probably would of not worked here for 4 years now. There is a lot of great teamwork that happens while we are at work! At that is awesome!
Management is mediocre and doesn't follow through with concerns or suggestions to problems that are occurring on the floor. Most problems are not addressed to the person themselves but done so in a mass e-mail or staff meeting.
typically no real lunch; short staffed at times; patients can be very demanding and rude
Phlebotomist/Lab Assistant (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – September 17, 2015
Very busy, deal with all kind of patience and there personality, I worked with good co-worker. The hardest part was keeping thing going and not getting back up. the most enjoyable part was the end of the day.
Office Assistant Intern (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – May 30, 2014
As an office assistant I did most of the 'grunt work' to leave my manager free to handle other tasks. I faxed, filed, scanned, graded student's tests, and maintained employee spreadsheets which required the use of Microsoft programs such as excel and office as well as 10 key data entry. My manager, the director of education with whom I worked directly, was wonderful. She was very patient and eager to teach me new skills to help me get a job later. The doctors could sometimes be a little hard to handle, but so long as you were an effective employee and could give them what they needed quickly they seemed to respect you. I really enjoyed the camaraderie and company of the people I worked with and am grateful to have had this position for the experience it provided. The only downside was when some people would bring their bad attitudes to work with them.
Systems Technologist (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – March 2, 2015
It's kind of cliche to say, but this company does truly care about its employees. After the Moore Tornado, I was given more than enough time to recover, without having to use my PTO or lose any pay. The company culture is very much one of a family.