Room Attendant (Current Employee) – Germantown – August 16, 2015
Enjoy working in this environment, meeting new people, nice co-worker a great company. Supervisors are at times hands on. The company provides us with up to date company policy, changes in the healthcare world.
I work at a corporate office, not a hospital. The environment is very micro-managed. Management states they want to be transparent with everything but are not at all. Job transfers are "pre-determined"
Stickler for clock in/out, limited PTO/Sick time/Holidays all combined, they pay less per hour explaining they put more into benefits
Diverse place to work enjoy meeting new people everyday from every walks of life.
Medical Clerical Assistant/Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – March 11, 2016
A typical day of work for me would be coming to work making sure eveything is ready and organized for patients and nurses. I learn new things about different type of health issues everyday. I work with intelligent individuals that teach me alot everyday.
Lead ED Registrar (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – November 28, 2015
The organization is great and provides great services to the community. Does not provide a work/life balance due to the constant need for staffing. Pretty hard to advance when you're not a clinical employee.
I have worked for Methodist Healthcare system for a total of 8 years. I have truly had the best experience working there. I have also had the opportunity to advance and move around within the hospital system.
Overall, this is truly a great employer, excellent health benefits and also tuition assistance.
This is a great place to work. I worked in the Bio-Medical Engineering department. The management staff was lead by an individual that new how to be innovative and save the organization all at once. It is a extremely nice place to work.
Staff and Doctors are great to work with everyday. The managers are great and do communicate with the staff as much as possible. I am looking for a Job where I can use my First assistant skills more often, such as sewing, hemostasis, ligation, etc...
environment (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – November 18, 2013
we do not have good management or leadership. some coworkers do not have to do as much as others . i have learned how to do a different kind of cleaning. the only good part is i have a job! the hardest part of the job is there is not good supervision at all!
It is an okay place to work if you have no other options.
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – May 29, 2013
Work days were long, usually 7 am to 7 pm. The coworkers were really cool and management was okay. Hardest thing about working at this company was not feeling that my job was ever secure. The best thing about the job was that I had a job.
Phlebotomist/Chemotherapy Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – November 16, 2013
I Love going to work. I look forward to meeting and greeting our patients and their families first thing in the morning, many of them despite of their current conditions (Having Cancer) they always have a smile and kind things to say to us just before clinic starts and that makes up for all the emotional stress that awaites us throughout the day. The hardest part is when you form bonds with so many patients and their families and when they expire it gets a little hard but some how we pull it together so we can help the next patients and families go through their journey.
hearing the bells sound off when a patient is cancer free
Great place to work directly with children and families. A lot of heart breaks but all the smiles and hugs seem to mend hearts quickly. I was able to maintain and improve my nursing skills: from IV's, lab draws, urethral catheters, NG/OG tube placements to assessments, triage and lead/charting trauma. The staff cooperation and support was phenomenal. The staff and the children served made this a wonderful experience. The hardest part of the job was of course the traumas or the cases that outcomes aren't always what we work so hard to prevent. In addition, overtime and hours were not ideal for my family life at this time.