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Oklahoma Heart Hospital Employer Reviews

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SMH....
Registered MA current LPN (Current Employee), NorthOctober 2, 2014
Pros: nice facility
Cons: wrong people shot calling
They hire people who have never worked as a medical assistant to work as medical assistants getting paid as much as someone who went to school and worked hard for the position...I guess this is fine for those who acquire the position however as a patient I wouldn't want someone who has no real qualifications other than a brief on the job training pretending – more... to be a medical assistant with me. Management sucks! I don't know where they pick office managers from because 99.9% are NOT qualified and are not management material. I guess working there's all a part of who you know, NOT having anything to do with qualification. – less
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Avoid the Research Foundation
Research Coordinator (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OKAugust 21, 2014
The working environment in the Research Foundation is poor at best. Management is awful, turnover high, and training pretty much null, but the demands sure are high! So if you like a heavy workload without any recognition for hard work and achievements, while doing all of this in a negative environment, then maybe this is your dream job. If not, then – more... do yourself a favor and keep far far away...from this department anyway! As for the actual hospital, the staff has always been friendly with no shortage of smiles and "how are you?" in the halls! – less
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Okay for staff nursing
House Resource Manager/Procedure Nurse (Former Employee), Oklahoma cityJuly 30, 2014
Not to good for those in managerial positions, and not good advance practice nurse friendly
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Unhappy people in the research dep.
Scheduler (Current Employee), OHHPMay 5, 2014
Pros: the patients
Cons: the management
New research director fired a tenured coordinator without warning after only having the position for a month. But appointed a problem employee to a management position and a careless employee received a promotion to coordinator.
The careless employee is responsible for not updating patient consent forms resulting in patients signing incorrect forms. – more... The problem employee has been reported for harassment, stalking, and discrimination. Neither of the positions were posted for other employees to apply. – less
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Great for employees and patients alike!
Registration Clerk / PBX / Customer Service (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OKApril 29, 2014
Pros: benefits, food in cafeteria
Cons: experienced management
The Oklahoma Heart Hospital was a wonderful place to work. The company treats their employees well. Benefits and PTO are all top-notch. I did have a supervisor who was brand new at their position, and had a hard time balancing everything, but experienced employees in my department more than made up for it.
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Great food in cafeteria!
Technician (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OKApril 16, 2014
Pros: cafeteria discount. support staff are nice people.
Cons: poor balance between personal life and work, no respect from director level and above management
Hi stress, low reward.
No formal training.
Management has no respect for support workers.
Hi expectations with no recognition.
The executive level management is rude and unprofessional in dealing with non-clinical and non-nursing support staff.
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Patient Friendly
Clinic Manager (Current Employee), Oklahoma City, OKFebruary 26, 2014
Pros: i love what do
I am a people person. I can work with any group of people. I am a self motivted person. I work hard and learn fast. I can work in a busy enviroment with ease
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Best heart hospital in the region if not the country!
RN-ICU (Current Employee), Oklahoma City, OKFebruary 25, 2014
See previous comments about Oklahoma Heart Hospital. I worked on the north campus. The created a south campus and now I work there.
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All Heart!
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OKFebruary 16, 2014
Pros: employee fairs, bonuses, managment decision input
Cons: campus is of great geographical distance from most modest living areas
OHH is the premier cutting edge in Cardiac Medicine. It is an exciting place to work in as well as to be a patient. A very high level of competence is demanded in the staff, so you can bet the care is top notch and patients receive the very best medicine has to offer. The physicians hold a high share in the hospital so they make management decisions – more... which include the input of all the staff, thus ensuring a unique employee-positive environment. – less
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All Heart!
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OKFebruary 16, 2014
Pros: employee fairs, bonuses, managment decision input
Cons: campus is of great geographical distance from most modest living areas
OHH is the premier cutting edge in Cardiac Medicine. It is an exciting place to work in as well as to be a patient. A very high level of competence is demanded in the staff, so you can bet the care is top notch and patients receive the very best medicine has to offer. The physicians hold a high share in the hospital so they make management decisions – more... which include the input of all the staff, thus ensuring a unique employee-positive environment. – less
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Great Hospital with the Patients being their first priority
Human Resources Coordinator (Current Employee), Oklahoma City, OKFebruary 15, 2014
I have expanded my knowledge of Human Resources by working in the healthcare profession.
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Very fast paced work enviroment with great co-workers
Realease of Information Technician (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OKJanuary 14, 2014
Pros: great benefits and the cafeteria selection of food was amazing.
Cons: too much work for 1 person.
I released records for over 70 doctors. Answered phones, print charts, make CD's of echocardiograms, ultrasounds, etc. The day went by fast because it was so busy. I loved talking to the patients over the phone.

My supervisor was always very helpful if I needed her for anything and always listened to new ways of doing things and implementing them. – more... I enjoyed working with all the different people in various departments. – less
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Comfortable work environment with a top notch cafeteria!
Patient Access Specialist (Former Employee), Emergency RoomDecember 5, 2013
Pros: peaceful atmospher, team members, great cafeteria
Cons: short lunch breaks, slow computers, expensive insurance
My typical work day would start off by checking emails and updating my calender. I would then recieve an update from previous shift and organize patient packets so they can be registered in order. I would assist in answering phones and direct patients/family members to appropiate areas and collect copays as patients are leaving.

I have learned a new – more... system called, Cerner, as well as getting more familiar with the ER environment. I have also gained further knowledge of insurance.

My coworkers and manager are great. They all welcomed me and have been very supportive.

The hardest part of working at OHH would be learning a new system but it didn't take long and now I'm just as familiar with Cerner as I am with Epic systems.

The most enjoyable part of my job is getting to interact with the patients. Checking in to a ER can be stressful and I want to make it easier for them if I can. – less
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Too many people running the show
AUA and Nurse Extern (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OKOctober 29, 2013
Cons: small company gets big too fast
Oklahoma Heart Hospital may be one of the leading hospitals in the nation but it falls short on how they treat their staff. The Management is one-sided, and they never let you fail to know that you are replaceable.
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educational
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OKSeptember 9, 2013
Pros: great environment
Cons: small facility
I enjoyed my time at OHH but it is time to move on to other opportunities.
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FUN PLACE TO WORK
PATIENT ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee), Oklahoma City, OKJuly 31, 2013
Pros: great business
Cons: short lunches
ENJOY WITH FOR THIS COMPANY, IT IS NOT ONLY AN AWESOME PLACE TO WORK BUT THE PEOPLE ARE GREAT AS WELL.
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A patient focused, nurse friendly place to work.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Oklahoma City, OKMarch 16, 2013
The workplace is really nurse friendly in that the tools need to provide care effectively is readily available. Care for the patient and family members is provided with excellence, dignity, compassion, and the goal is to do it together as a team. I have learned that even though every person is unique with their own set of problems, they all need to – more... feel special and important. The hardest part of the job is seeing someone who is unwilling to make the changes necessary to improve their health, but expects you to make them better. The most enjoyable part of the job is watching someone improve daily in health; this could be physically, spiritually or psychologically. – less
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Faced paced and very upbeat atmosphere
Medical Secretary (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OKFebruary 28, 2013
Pros: getting to work with a great bunch of people.
Great place to work, My day was always eventful and fulfilling from answering phones to traveling to rural clinics. Patients and families were treated just like family. My co-workers were awesome and we learned to work well together and picked up on each others strengths and weakness to form an awesome team in an out of the office, Most enjouable part – more... was seeing and helping families with the care of they're loved ones and seeing them smile when you came to see them. Hardest part was losing them to illnesses. – less
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I help assist with patients on a daily basis
Medical Assistant (Current Employee), Oklahoma CityFebruary 27, 2013
Pros: confident
Cons: i feel like i have to have every thing done now
I help with patients in he rooms, refill medications and filling out forms and answering calls and messages.
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OHH is a great place to work!
Accountant (Current Employee), Oklahoma City, OKJanuary 10, 2013
Pros: compensation, flexible work schedule, company truely cares about employees, little downtime
Cons: communication is not always steady, work is never done
Oklahoma Heart Hospital is the best place I've worked. They truely care about their employees and families.

A typical day at work is consistently busy. There is little downtime. I've learned new programs, new softwares, and new daily work techniques. I've learned that all departments must work together to continue to make the company stronger as it – more... grows. The most enjoyable part of my job are my co-workers. They are supportive, friendly, nice, and wonderful. They are great! The hardest part of my job is the work can be repetitious. – less