Employee (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 13, 2016
Methodist Healthcare has a corporate culture of integrity and servitude. They live by their mission of serving humanity to honor God. They're growing and have many clinical opportunities, but very few non-clinical growth opportunities.
Wonderful Environment with opportunities to expand your knowledge in your field of work
Medical Assistant/Front Office/ Phlebotomist Temp (Former Employee) – Olive Branch, MS – April 14, 2016
Methodist is a wonderful place to work and they always make sure you as an employee are cared for and looked after. I was only a temp for the company for a little over a year but loved my experience I had with them.
Provide excellent training
Promised fulltime position from multiple clinics but never came through
Days were extremely busy. Learned to deal with difficult people. Management could have been much better. Some co-workers were distant, and some not. The hardest part was department management from top to bottom. The most enjoyable part of the job was the good co-workers.
Physician Performance Improvement Manager (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 20, 2015
Excellent healthcare system to be employed for; company truly cares about the public it serves. From the C-suite to the Medical Staff, all work as a team to improve patient outcomes. Recommend this healthcare system to work for and if ever in need of acute care, definitely the hospital system to trust.
Must be self starter, self disciplined, trusted to meet deadlines
Staff Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – San Antonio Texas – September 3, 2015
Enjoyed working with the staff and patients. Working with patients is a very satisfying job. Can be difficult work, with some patients not being as pleasant. But that is to be expected when someone is ill and not wanting to be in hospital. There are stratigic plans for staff to be allowed to move up within the ranks and to achieve monatary gain.
A very satisfying company to work with.
Sometimes the patients and/or staff can be difficult to work with.
Exciting organization leading positive change in healthcare delivery.
SCHOLAR PRACTITIONER (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 6, 2014
The importance of staff voice and upward communication in facilitating implementation of evidenced-based practice is an important dimension of performance improvement at this hybrid (private for-profit/non-profit partnership) organization.
During my employment there were several lawsuits and federal government complaints filed against management/administration. Mostly centering around workplace harassment and discrimination against female employees. If you voiced no complaints and stayed process focused you could achieve your job and work within the company guidelines. Staff level employees work hard to achieve the objectives of the organization. Administration could use training in HR and government regulations. They seem to hire unqualified applicants in the Director and Management roles which lead to the HR issues. My day to day job was very enjoyable at MHS. Great physicians and nursing staff to work with!
Staff level employees are great to work with!
Lack of training and education of Administrative staff
Medical Records Clerk (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – December 13, 2013
Not a great place to work. Crash training and not very friendly staff when you have questions. The most enjoyable part of the job was the hour lunch that was given. Management was very unprofessional and showed favortism. Typical day included being yelled at by staff regarding things i wasnt trained on.
Great place to work with new assignments everyday.
Human Resources - Volunteer Services (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – October 13, 2013
I work in the admitting department where I greet customers who are being admitted to the hospital. I have learned the process of admitting patients in and escorting patients to there assign floor. I have great co-workers who are always willing to help. I enjoy the atmosphere at work, everything is a non rush process.