Needs more part time people to work weekends to cut down on full time staff needing to do call on the weekends. Management works hard to make sure you have help when needed so everyone can be done by 4 pm.
I worked in EVS.The job was decent, the management was terrible. The job was not overly demanding and i did not mind the work required, but this department is in need of new management. The manager that was there when i started was great, but it all went downhill when he left.
Very stressful and intimidating work environment. Poor managment.
RN Staff Nurse Maternal/Infant Unit (Current Employee) – Murphy, NC – June 30, 2017
When I first began my career at Murphy Medical Center, it was exciting and fun. I looked forward to coming to work and learning new skills. I thoroughly enjoyed my job, my department and my co-workers. I loved all the doctors we worked with. Over the last 5 years, the work environment and moral in my department has tremendously declined, resulting in a very high turn-over rate in employees.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Murphy group practice – April 30, 2017
If you like to brown nose management, this is your place. While one person can do something and it's fine, another person will get written up. There is a lot of gossip and back stabbing among management. Because of this, there is a high turnover rate. Usually under staffed, very unorganized and no respect for the providers. By far, the worst job I've ever had.
I enjoyed working there. The experience I gained in that environment has given me confidence in myself and in others that I work with. The supervising staff over me was encouraging and supportive of any educational move that I decided to take.
good benefits, Pdo, 401k, retirement, hiring from within, educational opportunities within the organization
Murphy Group Practice (Former Employee) – Murphy, NC – September 23, 2015
The worst company to work for because they do not hire qualified individuals for jobs. The communication between employees and management basic do not exist. Be care if you are using this company for your health care because of the non certified medical assistance working in some of the practices.
under paid for the work load, unfair treatment from management
Very busy as I worked in almost all departments cross training when patient count was low verses taking the option of going home. Learned to run all office equipment, work with all medical agencies in the area for transport of patients to and from facility via ambulance, air or having to make funeral home calls and family notifications of deceased patients. Management worked to make sure all employees that wanted training got the extra training and certification rather than just going home every chance they had. Co workers like in most places you have some good some bad. Hardest part was getting attached to patients and them leaving or knowing you couldn't save every last one as it left an empty feeling for myself. The most enjoyable was knowing I did all I could to provide the best care I could to my patients or assistant my co workers and the physicians the best way possible to provide the all necessary care to get the patients well so that they could leave healthy from our facility.
Satisfaction knowing that I provided the best care per my trainging.
Various Positions (Current Employee) – Murphy NC – December 13, 2014
I have worked at Murphy Medical center for 5 years. I have learned every position in that time. I completed my certified dietary managers course April of this year. I passed my certification test in June of this year. I am currently looking for a position to use these skills. I have worked with acute care and long term care I am also an experienced cook. I have experience with Gerimenu also.
A typical day at work would include taking care of 5-7 patients, admitting, and discharging other patients. I've learned to manage a group of people in my position as Resource Nurse. I've also learned and maintained very important skills, such as starting and maintaing IV's, inserting catheters, and administering medications from various different classes. The hardest part of the job is being understaffed and trying to take care of everyone the best that I can. The most enjoyable is when I get a few minutes to actually sit and talk with a patient and feel like I have a connection with them.
Great co-workers, opportunity to expand knowledge base
Typical day consists of taking care of 3 critical care pts. I learned critical care drips. Very poor management, most co-workers were good to work with. Hardest part of the job was not enough staff to care for the pt.s. I enjoyed caring for pt.s and making a difference in their lives.
Each day at work was a new learning experience. I did not stop learning new ways to complete tasks. Everyone was really helpful, and nice. People knew how to work together to get the job done. Management was really helpful with any question I had. I loved my job, I love my co-workers.