EVP/COO providing strategic direction and daily management.
EVP/COO (Former Employee), Temple, TX – November 19, 2014
Working as the COO of one of the three components of the Scott and White system resulted in the collaborative planning for the future direction of Scott and White as a system with my counterparts at the Clinic and at the Health Plan
Greeted patients, attended the phones, took patients back to the rooms, made new appointments, scheduled labs.... worked with some of the nicest people. I learned that I really enjoy working with and being around people day in and day out.
Emergency Room Volunteer (Former Employee), Round Rock, TX – July 1, 2014
Pros: really good place to work or volunteer
I really enjoyed volunteering for this great hospital. All of the volunteers were great . i had a great boss . she has passed away My typical day was to great and help others that need quesyions . etc. where their loved ones rooms were ,appointment's.
Document Imaging Specialist (Former Employee), Round Rock, TX – July 1, 2014
Pros: hours of my job 2nd shift
Cons: short on work
A typical day at work is working with people who are funny and love to be with. I learned different health system. Management was the BOOM. I got a long with my manager. The hardest part of my job was not to completed so fast work was limited. I enjoy everything at Scott and White.
Triage and Level 1 Trauma assistant (Former Employee), Temple, TX – June 19, 2014
The most memorable day at Scott and White hospital working in the ER was indeed the West Texas explosion,n how all the staff were able to come together and create this safe zone where the patients that were affected by this terrible accident can come and see that they were in good hands. To be apart of that has made my job there enjoyable also redefine – more... my role working in the ER. – less
Customer Service Lead (Current Employee), Temple, TX – June 18, 2014
Pros: great learning environment, team oriented
A typical day for a customer service lead consists of managing any non medical issues that might arise during the night. If equipment gets broken, security is needed to respond, or patients are needed to be transported from and to procedures the customer service lead is responsible for resolving the conflict.
LPN-Float Nurse (Former Employee), Temple, TX – June 12, 2014
Pros: learning experiences for first nursing job & the patients!
Cons: too unpersonal- hospital too big.
First Nursing job Floated to many different areas-learned many new things Enjoyed working best with sister-hospital Sante Fe Rehabilitation Hospital-less employees. Smaller Hospital Good learning experience
Cons; Too big of a Hospital Too many patients to enable total care of each and every one
Patient Service Specialist- Radiologist Scheduler (Current Employee), Llano, TX – June 10, 2014
Pros: good insurance
Cons: write up for calling out sick, ( which i don't use but in case something happens) and not good pay
Schedule all radiology appointments(MRI, CT SCANS, ETC) I have found several things that needed to be change to better the hospital. Examples, no one called patients to remind them of appointments and they had a a lot of no shows and cancels. I now called every day to remind them and this has helped a 5-15 a month. I have also changed that we ask patients – more... to pay there bad debt from 2011-2013 and our goal is always met since I have been there, even putting this goal up 3 times by 5000.00 a month. My co-workers are great and fun to be around. Stay busy and time goes by fast. The hardest thing about me job has been trying to fix things that will help us do our job easier form clinic and Dr's. Some things have to fixed but not all that could help us. Love to help others that need help in there jobs when they are behind when I am able to help and this also has been done there with billing department and return mail. – less
facilites maintanence (Current Employee), Temple, TX – June 8, 2014
Pros: meeting new people everyday
This job is really intersenting,Learn something everyday.Although i am not certifired in hvac,electronics,elctricity,plumbing.I am first responder at this job,and it has taught me all the basics in those departments.We usually can trouble shoot the problem with out having to ask for assistance from a trade.there is really not a hard part about this – more... job,it has its days and being that it is only two of us every weekend working covering the whole campus plus out buildings,it gets busy sometimes. – less
I worked in the Pediatrics Dept and it was a great and rewarding experience to work closley with the children.
Patient Service Specialist (Former Employee), Temple, TX – June 5, 2014
Pros: the energized program
Cons: i love childrens ...so i got to see them, hold them and talk to them 5-6 days out of the week
This was my first major experience working in a health care facility. To be able to help the patients (children and parents) is rewarding. The departments I worked in consisted of Neurology, Child Development, Psychology, Podiatrists, Cardiology, Pulmonology and General Pediatrics. Everyday was the same but different. The patients become your family. – more... They appreciate when you take up time with them to tailored their needs with their busy schedule. Children / patients are so special. I doesn't matter what their problem is, background or their ethnicity...Everybody deserves respect and special care. I love working for Scott and White. They believe in working with the spirit of excellence. The hardest part of my job was saying goodbye to a awesome Supervisor, hard working and caring doctors and the friends I met in just a short time. – less
DESK CLERK (Former Employee), Temple, TX – May 13, 2014
Pros: the patients
•a typical day at work, Busy •what you learned, about insurance plans •management, Helpful •your co-workers, nice •the hardest part of the job, learning about the different health plans •the most enjoyable part of the job, the patients
Professional environment and on the job training available to all staff
Certified Nursing Assistant, I (Former Employee), Temple, Texas – May 8, 2014
Scott is a professional environment and they believe in educations for all staff who want to pursue additional training. Not much pay increase for lower level staff to look forward to. Friendly floor staff in most areas, lots of room for advancement. A typical day at work varies from slow to fast very quickly because its a hospital, or it can start – more... off very fast pace. You have to be a person who can handle stress, and be able to follow directions at a moments notice. Details are very important. The hardest part was seeing a patient doing through changes in their medical recovery process. The most enjoyable part of the job was see the patient do a complete recovery and go home. – less
DESKTOP SUPPORT TECHNICIAN (Former Employee), Temple, TX – May 2, 2014
Cons: long hours, no pto
it was a great place to work. All the people I came in contact with were friendly. I learned a lot about how to do IT work in a medical setting. Our management had a difficult task and did make every effort to make use of us as efficiently as possible. Working on a timeline and trying not interfere with the daily workflow was probably the most difficult – more... aspect of this job but I enjoyed being part of such an important endeavor. – less