Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – May 30, 2017
Palmetto Heath is a great place to work and grow. They offer training, higher learning and they provide opportunity for advancement if you desire it. They also require you to have prior experience which is good in a lot of ways.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – April 29, 2017
clock in, get your pagers and head up to your floor is typical day at work,Managment is nice and helpful.The hardest part of the job is working with sick patients. The most enjoyable part being around friendly nice people.
Great staff , poor moral lots of turn over, low pay
Clinical Project Coordinator (Current Employee) – Richland County, SC – April 29, 2017
Great upper management Great staff Low pay and addition responsibilities lead to high turn over and constant moving around of internal staff. Constant bombardment of "you need to do this" Although a push for work life balance it seems you almost need a room to stay in so you can meet the constant demands.
HIM Operations (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – April 18, 2017
For the area, it's okay. The whole area is horrible with pay, however. Employees have low moral. They do not want to work, but want to be paid. It's like elementary here: holding hands, creating time lines and assignments for the employees to do...
I provided administrative support to a non emergent department at Palmetto Health, but felt that Palmetto Health did care about their employees - providing recognition during various recognition weeks (ie nurses week) during the year.
Patient Support Technician (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – April 6, 2017
My department is a great place to work with caring co-workers. I love having every weekend off because it gives me the needed time to spend with my actual family. Those that I work with are my family as well and I would not trade them for any other department if I did not have to.
Medical Records Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – April 5, 2017
I had worked there as a temp and would like to work there permanently. I had like the like the area that I had worked in. I had learned a lot while I was there. The hardest part about the job was dealing with the patients. They was rude at times and didn't understand that the couldn't get the same appointment each time.