EPIC Analyst II (Current Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – September 15, 2016
For a small non-profit in the middle of the desert, Presbyterian Healthcare Services stands out by being a community pillar. Historically a sanatorium for those suffering tuberculosis in the early days of New Mexico's statehood, Presbyterian has grown into a company with a CARES culture that provides excellent service and employment to its community. This has been exemplified in the many accolades garnered by the the operations and revenue cycle department with the roll in of electronic medical record.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – September 23, 2016
I loved volunteering at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas. It was very rewarding. I worked in the hospital and learned how a hospital worked. I volunteered as a Unit Secretary on the Cardiac floor, Administrative Assistant in Nursing and Admissions. In these positions I was able to get a good feel on how different departments worked together in the hospital environment. I was able to have direct contact with patients, which was very rewarding. Great learning experience and I was lucky to have good mentors.
Clinical Call Center Agent (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – April 26, 2016
Working for PHP was one of my best experience. The environment is positive and motivating. The job culture was amazing, the management was fair and professional, the job security was a little skeptical but it may have just been the department I was in that had a high turnover rate.
Paramedic (Current Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – March 22, 2016
Obama-care has totally ruined healthcare for a lot of us due to the overwhelming number of people we are seeing, but my co-workers and management are making the best of it for us which is nice. Decent benefits and pay compared to other places, and lots of opportunities for extra money.
Overtime, Flexibility of schedule, PTO
Amount of Patients, extremely long hours, irate, entitled patients
This is not the type of job you want if you are looking to go somewhere in life. This place will make you feel burnt out and unappreciated. This is not the place for someone that wants career advancement
Medical Group Secretary (Current Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – February 16, 2016
I am glued for the most part to my desk. Patients needing to be checked in/out, referrals, prior authorizations needing to be done. There are educational meetings, not so much at other times. Immediate management needs lessons in dealing with employees in a more kind, compassionate manner. The hardest part of the job is hearing when people are terminally ill and you've grown close. Best part: pot lucks
Mondays we get lunch catered
healthcare in this state stinks. Not enough pay for the work
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – December 27, 2015
Typical 8 hour shift. New medical terminology, new computer system, new friends. Great management. Great people to work with Leaving the job to move out of town. Medical transcription is great. I met wonderful people and enjoyed my job
Albuquerque Ambulance has an extremely large turn over and it partially due to lack of respect and no appreciation. They make promises to employees with no fulfillment. They are over worked and under paid. Presbyterian forces peer to peer with issues, however at Albuquerque Ambulance, Presbyterian policies are null and void. A dispatcher had her license to dispatch revoked by the Governor of New Mexico and she is still entitled to work and answer 911 calls. I do not recommend working at Albuquerque Ambulance, not even as a dispatcher. The turn over rate is extremely high and some current employees have absolutely no respect and are not held accountable.
member of PMG-GI team (Current Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – October 30, 2015
I start the day by reviewing my patient's lab, make sure that everything in order specially prior to their GI procedure. I collect the new consults we receive overnight from the answering service and update our list of patients. I see average 10-20 patients daily. Make round with my GI team in the morning and at 5 PM daily to discuss patients
Every day we have 3 ACP's, NP/PA and a gastroenterologist. We work together and help each other, call M.D. as needed. Also, we have a gastroenterologists at the GI lab for doing procedures.
The hardest part of the job when I have too many patients needing GI procedures and the GI lab con not fit them in one day, sometimes we have to discharge and bring them back as out patient if it is not urgent.
I like my management staff, they help us when we need them, keep us informed.
I enjoy my job because I have more than 20 years experience in medicine and GI practice and I still learn some thing different every day.
having many days off after a stretch working 8 days
Human Resouorces (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – October 20, 2015
Presbyterian was a great place to work and I often wish I was still there. Individual management varied with the person but that's any organization. The executive leadership team is personable and very connected to the business of medicine. Cutting edge in many ways especially compared to other health care systems across the US.