Social Worker II (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX- COPC – October 6, 2017
Excellent work environment that respects each employee and what their professional credentials bring to the mix. Many positions available, not just employment at the main hospital. Community Outreach Program/COPC...and Youth & Family Centers offer "off campus" opportunities for multi-disciplinary team work environment.
Many "off campus" employment opportunities.
Many meetings...that included travel within city to attend.
Typical day: Verified insurance and obtained authorizations. Meet with other staff members and management on numerous occasions. There were a lot of stressful changes that occurred which made it uncomfortable.
Accounting Assistant II (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – October 3, 2017
As an employee at Parkland Foundation ( an entity of Parkland Health & Hospital systems) I found this to be very enjoyable and very rewarding. I was blessed to meet the CEO and many more Executives who shed light on the industry and who always encouraged us to advance in our careers.
The Case Management / UR postions is busy and you need to think quiackly on your feet.
Onsite Case Management and Utilization Review RN (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – September 23, 2017
the Case management UR position is busy and require innovative thinking and working well with both patients and staff. It requires thinking out of the box so to speak due to the needs of the patients and their families. It is both rewarding and challenging.
There isn't any room to grow in the department an everyone old and new have either left the department or the company altogether. I need a change. The pay is terrible and we have the new people that comes in making more than those who have been with the company for 3 years or more. You train them and they get paid more than you. Everyone does the exact same thing. No experience required. It's not fair
Health Unit Coordinator I (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 22, 2017
It was nice working at Parkland. While working in the pharmacy we always got free food due to Pharmaceuticals visiting for reviews or what have you. Advancements are real and available. Working as a Health Unit Coordinator I (HUC), I felt special, I was treated special, I made sure the unit ran smoothly.
Good place to work with benefits and PTO
A little prejudice, but if your are strong you will get passed that
Unit Technician (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 17, 2017
A typical day at Hospital is very rewarding I was employed there for 32 years the hospital is very educational, in very great experience threw out, have you staying on your feet, the hardest part of my job was I worked on a obstetric floor, when the baby are mother have problems, I was always there for the is a learning in teaching hospital that is where I gotten all of my training,The management is very excellent, I have work with different cultures and races, After working 32 years threw out the hospital different backgrounds tough me a lot as well about people in I know I will do great wherever I go.
teaching and learning in taking care of my patients
not enough help sometimes for good custmer service