Pacu RN (Current Employee) – Peoria, IL – April 22, 2012
I have enjoyed the many areas of nursing practice to choose from and the ability to transfer to learn my areas of interest.
I have learned & enjoyed caring for cardiac patients, including the position on "angio RN' which included caring for patients I have cared for a variety of post op patients in age ranges of baby to 100yr old patients(both ambulatory and in patients). Utilizing Discharge care & instructions with the ambulatory patients and handoff reports to the nursing units when the patient requires further hospitalization,
variety of nursing opportunities to choose from, 401k employer match program
CEO runs this small 2nd level trauma Hospital, like a jail.
Serve patients (Current Employee) – Peoria – February 3, 2013
Upper Mgt. is out for themselves only. No one wants to help the patients only make themselves look better than you. I will not stay and am looking to get on a real Hospital ie: St. Francis. Even the benefits are expensive for single employees. Lowest pay of all three local Hospitals and highest insurance cost
Move on..don't apply and Proctor and St. Francis are much better to their employees.
former employee (Former Employee) – Peoria, IL – May 22, 2013
They were bought out by Iowa Healthcare, so they would not go bankrupt. Then changed their name to Health Point or something the snobby CEO probably thought up. They still can't take real trauma's and talk bad about the other good Hospitals even when they hire you. They are being sued, have EEOC charges and IL Dept of Human Rights on-going investigation because of the way they treat their employees.
Fired if you get one unjustified complaint! New Policy of CEO.
Patient advocate (Former Employee) – Peoria IL – February 4, 2013
Only thing that matters is if you get a complaint or not. Nothing else is of their concern. They will demean you until you quit or get fired. They stab everyone in the back and if you are harassed and complain, you will be fired.
Oncology Nurse/staff nurse (Former Employee) – Peoria, IL – April 17, 2013
Everything I know as a nurse I learned working there. My co-worker were very helpful and taught my alot. Everyone worked together as a team and was very dedicated towards patient care. I enjoyed experiencing the everyday challenges and working with the staff.
Good place to work if you like fast-paced environments
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Main Laboratory – May 14, 2012
Methodist is a good place to work if you like working at quick speeds, but it does get hectic, especially if people call in sick or there aren't enough people scheduled. You may get called in on your day off, but they do compensate you well for it.