Ambulatory Services Representative II (Current Employee) – Katy, TX – September 6, 2016
Exemplary staff and leadership serving a meaningful purpose throughout the many communities of Houston and it's surrounding area's. It's a pleasure taking part in the healing of sick and injured children.
I'm sure this is said about most jobs so it should not be news that some of the 'leaders' are terrible. The people in my department that have the same pay grade as me are awesome! I think the hardest part of this job is dealing with the different sets of attitudes each day. Most of the attitude comes from other employees surprisingly. The best part of the job is seeing all the smiling faces. Whether it is a baby or senior citizen, smiles make me so very happy.
Texas Children's Hospital is a fantastic place to work. Really good benefits. Great pay and wonderful co-workers. Leaders are also very nice and personable. The positive energy among the employees and leaders is very contagious. Flexible work hours. Great place to work!
Free parking in designated areas, benefit, employee clinic on site, co workers, Great pay.
Unit Clerical Assistant - CVICU (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 4, 2016
Texas Children's Hospital has a culture that is truly amazing when it comes to Work Life Balance. Texas Children's Hospital prides itself on taking care of their employees. My experience at Texas Children's Hospital taught me that if you have a happy employee, the results will consistently be positive.
Member Service Representative (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – July 25, 2016
I love working for Texas Children's, I can actually see myself growing with the organization. The employees are very friendly and easy to work with, the benefits are great. I can see myself growing with the company.
Everything about the back office of TCH is old school personnel, no laptops, no wi-fi, dated technology. You have to buy your own supplies, coffee, water etc. They have high turnover and low employee morale. Too much middle management, you have Leads, Supervisors, Managers, Asst Dir, Dir, AVP, SVP etc. too much.
They pay very well
Techology, Culture of Micromanagment, No work life balance
Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – July 7, 2016
My present work place has great opportunities and its a very fast paced place to work and you learn many different areas once you get trained for the position supervisors are very oriented and will help out in any way feel I have learned a lot of different areas during my time here. I have become the CMA for MDA client and have a lot of Physicians who depend on my expertise and work accessibility.
Day start at 6:45 am. TCH is a teaching hospital for Baylor College of Medicine. I learned how to take care of pediatric patients in the Emergency room and Critical Care Unit.Excellent management team. Co- Workers are warm and friendly. The hardest part of the job was losing a child. The best part of the job was taking care of a critical ill child; got well and went home with family.
Lieutenant - TCH Lead Officer (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 3, 2016
For 13 years I worked for Texas Childrens Hospital and received numerous promotions including my last role as a Lieutenant - TCH Lead officer at the (NRI) Neurological Research Institute. During my career I served as a Lieutenant working in diverse buildings at Texas Childrens Medical Center. I patrolled the facilities;observed inside and outside of the hospital for potential hazards and provided safety for patients, visitors and staff.
The most enjoyable part about working for TCH is providing the best hospital experience for our patients and family's. My leadership team lead tirelessly to provide the best service for our patient and employees.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – May 25, 2016
Working at Baylor made the patient's know that we really cared about there well being. Assisting patient's to exam rooms, getting there vital signs, collecting lab specimen's if needed. Assisting the physician with any exams or procedures for the patient's. I learned that patient's need to know that someone care and wants to help them. Not just make them a number. We had good managers along the way that wanted the same for the patients. Co-workers developed the same understanding of how a patient should be treated and valued. The hardest part of my job was when my patient's were grieving of a loss. Such as a pregnancy. The most enjoyable part of my job was making my patient's happy and they were very happy to see me as I was to see them.
Knowing that we all worked as a family
Not being able to help the patient's achieve pregnancy.