Generalist (Former Employee) – Paris, TX – October 23, 2017
Worked hard, but fair. Great co-workers: knowledgeable with effective feedback. No waste of time, efforts or concerns. Conflicts dealt with face-to-face with effort towards reconciliation and "forward" intentions. Important issues dealt with and trivial personality issues guided to the most peaceful conclusions possible. Of course, that was a while back and I can't speak for the last 5 years
It is an excellent place to work. Not only are they flexible on your work schedule to work around family and personal time but they also offer great educational classes if interested. I was a CNA on the cardiac floor so I took a class they offered in Telemetry free of charge. it was a great informational coarse!
When brought into this position it was new position and the CNO and myself were so excited, I went and they sent me to training, then when returned, no support was given from administration or the doctors and it was an uphill climb, then complete administrative turnover and the position was dissolved due to doctors and not meeting CMS requirements, I would not lie to pass the requirements.
Associate Administrator/Director of Engineering (Former Employee) – Paris, TX – August 17, 2017
PRMC went through 3 identity changes while I was there. Originally we were part of Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word - San Antonio; then became part of CHRISTUS and finally was sold to Essent Healthcare. Since then ownership has changed a couple of other times.
This facility only cares about the amt of money they can make. Management has no concern for appropriate staffing ratios, patient acuity or care, or safe nursing practices. Scary place to work if you want to keep your nursing license! I would never work here or go here as a patient.
staffing ratios are not ok at all. I learned how to work with the limited amount of supplies that we had. Management does what they can to helps us but the administration does not understand what it's like to be a floor nurse in the conditions that we are in. Hardest part of the job is probably the poor working conditions but the people in theis hospital really work as a team which helps a lot.
Rather not say (Former Employee) – Paris, TX – June 11, 2017
Coworkers in certain departments don't seem open to new employees and will do anything to make sure you lose your job. Being stuck with those type of people can make a 12 hour shift absolutely miserable. You also get fired for being sick and only missing one day whether you have a doctor's note or not, yet seasoned employees can sleep on the job or flat out not do their job and continue working. I expected management favoritism towards employees as well as drama, that comes with every job, but this place was truly a nightmare. I can't speak for all departments, just the department that I worked in.
Care Associate (Former Employee) – Paris, TX – June 3, 2017
Administration looks at all employees as disposable. I will never work for these people again simply because of the disrespect they give employees. Someone with 30+ years of service to this hospital should not be thrown out like trash. HR is very unprofessional and will lie their way through any/everything.
Employees are great
lies, promises that are unfulfilled, no loyalty, administration
I loved the staff I worked with. The CEO seemed to change often, and our unit didn't feel supported by the hospital. We were basically on our own it seemed, but for the most part, it was a good place to work.
Server (Current Employee) – Paris, TX – March 5, 2017
A typical work day is 9 - 12 hours a day. It is fast paced and many great people work in the organization. There are many opportunities to grow if you want to seek them. The most enjoyable part of my job is serving others.
could be fun at times but worried about being treated wrongly
Unit Secretary (Former Employee) – Paris, TX – January 14, 2017
a typical day of work would be at 4 am and finding out that you didnt have the staff to get the work done.
management was not the best by any means. they put people in a job that should of been given to someone who knew how to be a manager and know how the employees feels.
there are great people who work for that hospital and then there are some that are treated like that hung the moon and then there are others that just do what they want how they want it done. but most of the people that do work there. they are really great.
not have the right amount of staff to get the job done and right