RN (Former Employee) – Framingham, MA – August 16, 2017
Enjoyed workplace, coworkers great to work with, team approach. great resources. excellent group of doctors including interns and residents. teaching hospital many opportunities to education and seminars.
I would encourage my friends to work for Tenet. Management is fair and very supportive. Work environment is good and pay is pretty good.
RN Charge Nurse (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 15, 2017
my experience working at tenet has been a good one so far. I enjoy working with my coworkers as well as my supervisors and managers. they are very insightful and supportive. I feel like I am making a difference and I feel like I am a part of a successful team.
great benefits. Managemment actually listens to their staff.
Telemetry floor nurse (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 15, 2017
Abrazo Scottsdale does not support nursing. Administration does not listen to any safety concerns or staffing concerns. Equipment outdated, beds with no alarms, no follow through on concerns. Management not suited to be in management.
Dietary Aide (Former Employee) – Langhorne, PA – August 14, 2017
The job had its ups and its downs but honestly if it wasn't for the pay I would have left sooner. Management was okay (they tried to get us to change the culture of the kitchen when everything was working fine to begin with).
free meals, good pay, friendly co-workers
Rare company advancement, no vacation days, 5/10 managment, short hours
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Griffin, GA – August 12, 2017
Tenet is a great place to work because, everyone is a team player and their was no such thing as a favorite because, everyone was treated fairly. I would recommend this to anyone if tenet was still here.
Senior Laboratory Biller (Current Employee) – Salem, MA – August 11, 2017
Great place to work knowing what you do can help improve someone's well being. Lots of opportunity's to learn a different field if you are sure what you want to major in . the Medical Insurance that they offer can't be beat. Great management.
Respiratory Care Practitioner (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 8, 2017
very high review. my supervisor knew they could count on me and not have to be concerned about my quality of patient care given. I usually work in one of the intensive care units and other times I would be assigned to the trauma bays.
Fast paced, learning advancements in medical and pharmaceuticals
Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 2, 2017
Fast paced, with changes to the processes on a regular basis. Always learning about new products and advances in procedures. Management has been in flux for a few months, so there is a lack of consistency, but it is coming together with staff stepping in to fill the void. Hardest part of the job is the "teasing". Certain people need to be gossips and it becomes annoying. I enjoy the knowledge I receive and it's different every day. Achievements are there just not always recognized.
Good experience with neonatal and pediatric dosing and new Medes being introduced to the patient
Registered Nurse ED (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – July 30, 2017
Benefits were great, work culture horrible. It was cutthroat and anyone would throw you under the bus in order to advance themselves. I must say I learned everything I needed to in terms of horrible hospital politics here. Everything is about the various metrics that that one person needs to meet, never about the patient or employee. They have a culture that those that do not provide patient care are better than those that provide patient care. That is just wrong in SO many ways....they need to Appreciate the hands that touch their client!
good pay and benefits
management, red tape, hospital politics at its worst
ICU RN (Former Employee) – Los Alamitos, CA – July 25, 2017
-Severely Understaffed Facilities -Management has no idea what's going on in their unit. -Does not honor new grad contract of 6 month training (They cut my orientation to 3 months) -Has that for profit mentality -Coworkers are overworked and stress that they do not want to work with you. -A lot of drama within the unit. etc.. Overall not a good place to start, this is why this company has troubles retaining personnel.