Business System Analyst (Current Employee) – Savannah, GA – November 2, 2017
I work on computer systems for the employees in the departments of HIM,CDI,Billers and Coders at anytime they are having system issues they report it in a ticket and then the ticket is sent to me for research and resolution. With system issues you are always learning something new to research and add under your belt. Learned on my own and with the vendor's assistance how to research and fix issues. I do quarterly system upgrades for the systems that I handle, The most stressful time is when you are doing upgrades as you want to ensure that all goes well and the end users get back into the system asap. A great team of co worker's make my job enjoyable.
team building and lunches/ bring a snack to share.
Chemistry Lead Technologist (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – July 20, 2017
I worked for Memorial for 13 of the 15 years in the field. I learned a lot working there. I enjoyed the people I worked with, but the upper management was lacking. My immediate manager and lab director always made me feel that I was doing a great job, but outside of the lab walls no one new who we were. I learned a whole lot, grew in my field. I enjoyed my time there.
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – May 5, 2017
The worst experience ever!! My dream job turned into a nightmare. If you enjoy being belittled and humiliated on a constant basis, this is the job for you. I have never experienced anything like this in a professional environment. Most of the nurses are amazing and only want to see you win, the same can't be said about the surgeons. There's a handful of CSTs that think they run the show and are the managers. The turnover rate of nurses is astronomical, I've never seen so many staff members come and go.
Great work/life balance, Great orientation program.
Lead weekend shift tech (Former Employee) – Springfield, IL – January 26, 2017
While working at a very busy hospital was my first job out of XRay school. I went from going and working as a student at Emory University Radiology program to being in a 500 bed hospital. I learned so much that has helped me so much in my career.
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – Savannah, GA – December 21, 2016
• Provides patients' personal hygiene by giving bedpans, urinals, baths, backrubs, shampoos, and shaves; assisting with travel to the bathroom; helping with showers and baths. • Provides for activities of daily living by assisting with serving meals, feeding patients as necessary; ambulating, turning, and positioning patients; providing fresh water and nourishment between meals. • Maintains patient stability by checking vital signs and weight; testing urine; recording intake and output information.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – December 18, 2016
Skilled, caring and hard working doctors, nurses, and other staff. Excellent patient care. Management constantly changes and Memorial constantly hires consultants, very expensive consultants with no real loyalty to Memorial or its employees. Rarely are employees hired from within the organization. No wonder raises aren't possible! 5 managers in 5 years! All hires outside of the organization!
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Savannah, GA – December 7, 2016
Memorial should be ashamed of its self. Any employee that is not a nurse, doctor, pharmacist or upper management does not get paid well for the amount of work they do. Pharmacy wastes too much meds due to the nurses replace doses before they go look for the first dose. No raises, low moral, supervisors show favoritism... etc etc
I like what I do and some of my coworkers
Management spends more time showing face for the community instead of the moral of the employees, No raises, low moral.
Business Office Associate (Former Employee) – MHUP – April 4, 2016
Physician's Billing part of Memorial has terrible unskilled managers. They have their favorites and it doesn't matter that they never do any work because the manager will promote them and give them higher pay and she will retaliate and heap more work on those she sees as a threat. She is causing the company to lose money and the good workers are leaving because of her. Her supervisors are also unskilled in managing workers. They all just want the management pay and don't care about the employees or getting the work done correctly. It is a power trip for them. Training sucks too. No one knows what they are doing there. They make up unreasonable and unattainable goals and write workers up if they complain or don't meet these lousy goals.
holiday, Sick time and vacation time all combined. no raises. no company match for 401k. the list goes on