Scheduler (Current Employee) – North Kansas City, MO – November 4, 2017
Fast paced, uses all my skills, great people to work with, sometimes frustrating when information is not shared between departments. Very good benefits, PTO, fitness center, daycare center, insurance, parking.
CT Technologist (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – September 1, 2017
This review is specifically to the radiology dept. I don't know much about the rest of the hospital and how management and staff operate. The radiology dept staff are mostly miserable and the management does not care about the employees or their lives outside of work.
Telemetry, Step down ICU, Medical Surgical RN (Former Employee) – Kansas – August 21, 2017
High pay with a heavy workload. I worked there as a PRN Float RN. Floated throughout the hospital. When the economy tanked in 2007-2008. Nursing school enrollment rose/ availability of new hire RN went up. The management made the decision to weed out some of the expensive float staff. They were strongly encouraging the supplemental staff to hire on full-time. I saw five of my peers get fired. So I quit. Obtained an exit interview statement eligible for rehire. A friend who had a contract as a travel nurse summer 2017 said at times she had to take 6 step-down patients. All ways 2 admissions or more a shift. Not the end of the world if you are experienced. They get more than their money's worth out of RN's.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – North Kansas City, MO – June 18, 2017
The education staff here is great. Allow you to learn in a positive and fun atmosphere. The nurses are a great team that provide you with the tools you need to grow and learn as a professional member of the hospital staff.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – March 16, 2017
I love working at North Kansas City Hospital. But there seems to never be enough staff. You are often overworked and not always appreciated. I love coming into work with some of the best co-workers. They do offer bonuses often to help with staffing. As with any job it has its good and bad side.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – February 27, 2017
The job is the same as any other nursing job. Issues occur when you go to other floors than a home floor, seems a lot of nurses/techs look down on others. Management and HR are very hard to help you with any problems with other employees or management.