billing specialist (Current Employee), Patient Finacial Service – June 24, 2013
Methodist Healtcare is a great place to work. Everyday something happen to make your day go even better the hardest part of my job is when i have to explain to a patient that their balance is going to collections. The most enjoyable part of my job is we all work as a team to get the job done.
PRN, Psychiatric Music Therapist (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – March 19, 2013
Pros: ideal job for this writer
Cons: no benefits for prn workers who were really full-time.
This facility truly lives up to it's stated standards for excellence. The treatment team was upbeat and communicative, facilitating a true interdisciplinary treatment approach. I was given autonomy to plan my treatment the way I wanted to. Management provided the necessary structure and assistance but never, ever micro-managed. I felt truly appreciated – more... there but still, I grew with the help of constructive criticism which I was given. I would never have left if I hadn't such a strong urge to live closer than 1,400 miles away from my family in Maryland. The salary was not as low as it seemed because of the cost of living in Tx.. I rented a single family home in a nice neighborhood for $500. I can barely rent a room for that in Maryland. Additionally there is no state income tax in Texas. – less
Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee), Memphis, TN – September 24, 2012
Pros: great, positive work atmosphere
Cons: bad neighborhood
I love working for Methodist Healthcare. It's a very fun atmosphere while caring for patients. I love all of my co-workers and the managment team. I wish I could uproot the hospital and take it with me to Nashville, TN when I move there.