Food Service Associate (Current Employee) – Springfield, IL – October 26, 2017
The staff do not always cooperate with each other, and there is not enough communication and teamwork present. The job is not always hard, but when coworkers do not cooperate the job becomes all the more difficult.
Medical Surgical Nurse (Former Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – October 19, 2017
Memorial Medical Group is where I did my internship; it was a very supportive community that helps young nurses to be the best they can be. It was fast pace so in order to not fall behind you had to keep up on your work
STAFF RN (Former Employee) – Springfield, IL – October 18, 2017
Memorial is a good place to work, overall. There are opportunities for advancement and they strongly encourage continuing education. The floor nurses tend to be understaffed and very stressed. Management isn't always helpful or supportive of staff. The management want to offer latest technology as much as possible, and hope to be a national leader in healthcare. It does have Magnet status for nursing.
Education and advancement opportunities.
Floor nurses understaffed, management not always supportive.
Student Physical Therapist (Former Employee) – Springfield, IL – October 11, 2017
I was a student physical therapist at MMC, so I can't speak to being an actual employee with this company. However, I LOVED my time here. I would work for this company in a heartbeat. Incredible work environment with great staff who are knowledgeable and supportive.
Engineering Technician (Former Employee) – Springfield, IL – October 8, 2017
if you can handle constant policy change and trying to please 20 different peoples opinions on how things should be done, then its not so bad. once you figure out how the culture works it gets much easier.
Duties ER Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Neillsville, WI 54456 – September 27, 2017
I loved working for MMC, working closely with Doctors and patients. Everyday was a learning experience, Educational advancement was always offered. I had a wonderful experience with all staff that worked here. A typical day would depend on the work load. Patients would check in the the ED I would call them back, I would do initial assessment, give verbal assessment to MD he would do his assessment and give me verbal orders for medications, and lab, x=ray
Free meals if super busy, staff available with one call to help.
only nurse in ED plus I was fresh out of Nursing school
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Springfield, IL – September 8, 2017
Unfortunately another place that was very political. The transcriptionists, except for 1 or 2 thought the hospital owed them just for showing up. When they decided to outsource I wholeheartedly agreed with the decision. They were lazy and entitled.