Mental Health Technician (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 11, 2017
There isn't much communication between management and staff. Only time mgmt. will be around is when something goes wrong. Then they are in your face like gang busters blaming unit staff instead of looking at unit supervisors. Unit staff go by what supervisors tell us. Supervisor Rarely communicates with staff about any changes going on or even just on day to day occurrences on unit. Department is so unorganized. We are on our own here until something goes wrong. Then that's when we see and hear from management /supervisor.
Pay is sucky. Experienced staff get paid less than new hires with NO Experience !! Raises are Practically Non Existent here. Have been here over two years and have not gotten a raise. Was told there is a so called freeze on raises at this time. Yeah Right. Yet they are hiring new Unexperienced staff at a higher pay rate than quite a few Hard Working Experienced Techs Here. Really sad to see that, especially when you work hard and dedicate yourself to helping and taking care of patients while ones own safety is in play.
Low pay. Bad Management. No Communication . Too many more to Mention.
Mental Health Technician (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 20, 2017
Management and HR always try to find a way to fire staff. The first time u don't do what they want they start mess with by not letting take pto or if u have a family emergency they won't let u leave. I've seen nurses, Dr's, case workers, and other people with high titles leave this company. Inside communication with former coworkers state that it's unsafe to work for this company now cause patients come in violent and wanting to hurt staff. The compensation is great but and I mean but it's worth someone getting hurt cause a company can't keep good strong staff. There is no benefits of going in on off days. Staff gossip and sleep with each other which is not a professional thing to do.
Nurse (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – April 2, 2017
Serious management issues . There is no management , place runs only by staff that's here. Can't keep staff, no policies. It dangerous and chaos . No support , no direction , lucky if staff shows up.yiu will never see management .
Human Resources Manager/Recruiter (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 16, 2016
It was such a joy to work for an hospital that does so many things. Med Surgical Services to Emergency Department. Great co-workers, enjoyed everyday! Team work! The most enjoyable part of the job was taking care of the employees and patients families when they are finding there way around the hospital.
Charge Nurse/Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – March 15, 2016
This place isn't so bad to work for, if you take into consideration that the other nurses you're working with aren't a bad bunch of people. But when it comes to management and how this place is run, it is very disorganized and you're not going to get a day off and will be called/texted on a regular basis to try to work overtime. They are not able to retain any staff whether it be RN's, LVN's, or Tech's. And they aren't doing anything at this time to try to improve that. They work you hard, and don't have staff to give you a day off even when you place in a request.
Medicare Collector (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 17, 2015
My work day consist of finishing my worklist and remittances received from Medicare. I touched anywhere from 60 to 300 accounts a day. I follow up with Medicare on issue that should be resolved. Work closely with the Biller on any trends going on.
Internship Student (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 1, 2015
Performed venipuncture’s and capillary/dermal punctures; collected, prepared and stored blood/urine samples; and verified medical records. Collected blood specimens from patients in accordance with accepted laboratory standards and policies and to ensure optimal specimen and accurate test results. Maintained and stocks the work area. Practiced safety at all times.
PBX Operator (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 13, 2013
The phones ring constantly which leaves little to no room for breaks. Very fast paced environment which makes your day go fast. The supervisor is excellent and very supportive. The hardest part of the job is the hours, work every weekend and evenings. Little to no time for my children.