My days at the hospital are filled with productivity and success. The work day seems to fly by and I enjoy working in this environment. The hardest part of my job is dealing with people in their loss of over ones to death and the on call schedule.
Discounts with cell provider, lunch vouchers for on call
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – November 22, 2017
The Hospital its self is a great place to work but the struggle when it comes time to working together as a team. The politics are at work and it is shown often. They often have a shortage of employees but then say they have to check the budget when it comes to hiring.
Registered Nurse (RN) (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – November 1, 2017
Progressive Care units are going to be stressful anywhere. However, the unit had such great teamwork, that it reduced the stress. If a patient coded or a rapid response team was called, the rest of the unit would systematically help with medications, call lights and other things to make the job less stressful. Management was excellent, and would work with you to give you requested days off and make your work-life balance work.
Pharmacy member (Current Employee) – Texas – October 26, 2017
If the current pharmacy director should leave, apply immediately and work for this company and with this amazing group of pharmacists and technicians until the day you retire!!! Under current management you will form an ulcer and lose all will to get out of bed and go to work.
The people, the technology, the pace
each second of your shift is micromanaged, unrealistic expectations from a lack of knowledge of management
Has its ups and down of working. Very fast pace facility anytime of the day. Patients come to hospital to get whatever medical reason taken care of. You have to deal with sick not feeling well, hurt, injured people and their visitors. Time goes by fast because stay busy.
good benefits, good crew to work with across all departments
dealing with sickness all around you have to keep yourself healthy, sometimes grief
Registration Specialist (Former Employee) – Emergency Dept/ Access/ Cancer Center – October 16, 2017
Although I loved helping patients I am looking for a less stressful job with benefits. I want to go back to Data entry. I was a Data entry specialist for 7 yrs as an EOB Payment Processor.I really enjoyed working in a cubicle by myself and always kept up with my work.
Upper management has no idea what is going on below, and I believe they really don't care, as long as they get what they think they deserve. The little peons at they bottom that do all the work and don't get credit or fair pay.
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – October 12, 2017
The Hospital its self is a great place to work but the struggle when it comes time to working together as a team. The manger has there picks on who they like and don't like, There is never anything right when it comes to working with the day shift. The manger lies often and then tries to find ways to fix it. The politics are at work and it is shown often. They often have a shortage of employees but then say they have to check the budget when it comes to hiring.
Surgical Technologist (Former Employee) – Saint Louis Park, MN – October 3, 2017
The surgery department at Methodist Hospital was a fast paced operating room with specialties in several areas.
As a surgical tech, we specialized in different areas to offer the best of the best for each patient. Focusing on a specialty gave an edge to our performance for the highest quality of assistance to the surgeons that was possible
Medical Language Specialist (Current Employee) – Remote – September 28, 2017
I absolutely love Methodist. The only reason I am looking to change companies is because they are not currently hiring for the position I am looking for advancing in. They have wonderful benefits, great pay and understanding supervisors. Absolutely would recommend this company to anyone looking for a stable company who really values their employees.
I enjoy the early hours I work due to the traffic. I feel the days go by fast due to the volume of accounts to work. We have breakfast or lunch for special occasions. We are sometimes given a free lunch. We are allowed to wear jeans to work and that makes it much more comfortable for the 8 hour day.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – PACU – September 5, 2017
Relaxed work environment but challenges you to use your critical thinking skills. Nurses there are treated very well. Very good job if you are looking for a work life balance and coworkers treat each other with respect and also have fun.