Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Rockwall, TX – March 21, 2017
One of the cleanest hospitals I've ever worked at. Friendly staff and good food. Hospital helps pay for college and helps progress in medical field. BUT..... management and directors are horrible. They don't stand up for their staff no matter how many people complain. They have the rudest patients and nothing is ever good enough even when doing everything right. Management will make up stories just to make you out to be the bad guy.
good food, good employees
management doesnt agree with you getting all your breaks
The worst place Ive ever work .They don't care about you and work you to death .They want you to take care of more patients than you can handle .Upper management needs better communication. They have teamwork with most of people work with .They just need better Directors there...I was there for 5 years .The turn over is super high ..This is Presby Rockwall .Never worked at any others .Heard others are better .
Critical Care Registered Nurse- SICU (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – January 4, 2017
Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas is an excellent institution with a culture that is diverse, caring and kind. They focus on patient care and care of family members as well. They strive to treat the patient holistically, utilizing evidence-based care with the latest research guidelines. It has the greatest retention of nurses than many other hospitals in the area. The work is hard; however, teamwork is a plus at THD.It's a great place to work!
on extremely busy days, they provide lunch for staff
loved the culture of Texas Heath. Most of the RNs and Physicians were friendly and willing to listen to my opinions and medical recommendations. Ppl were supportive of one's professional and personal life.
I haven't had any bad experiences. I work one or 2 weekends a month on call and enjoy it very much, I will be here long term. The facility is clean and procedures are very well organized. Communication is good between my peers and good relationships abound.
physician community (Former Employee) – Allen, TX – July 6, 2016
I enjoyed my tenure at THR Allen and Plano. I was PACs admin for 5.5 years and director/PACs admin for 6 years. My team was very good and really looked out for each other. I had 35 FTEs there including PRN.
close to home, bonus opportunities
Not much support from parent company for expansion initiatives.
Working in the Woman's Center was the most fun part.
Nurse tech II (Former Employee) – Denton, TX – January 3, 2016
You got your assignment of how many patients, acuity levels, if B/S or not & your Nurses assigned to each patient. When you had over 12 patients with high acuity, then you worked with your co-workers to help. You learn a lot about your patients, their families' & your nurses on a daily basis. I got a lot of enjoyment working with & talking with my patients & their families. Management in my early years mentored me & that encouraged me. Management in my last 4 years was not the same, they treated PCT's not the same way. The hardest part is when we were short handed. We understand it takes time to employ more people, but it can also burn out your current staff when you have over 14 patients daily for a long period of time. The most enjoyable change was working in the Woman's center with the Mom's & their new babies. I also enjoyed the ER & all that you could learn there.
Over the years with certain reward programs they gave a free lunch
short breaks, patient overload due to shortness of staff
Friendly upper management is too old school needs change.
Director (Former Employee) – Denton Texas – August 4, 2015
Upper Admin will never have your back. Working here I can see how Unions got started. They need one here. Leadership that has no accountability is dictatorship. Toe the line or be axed. If you are looking for a job career that will fulfill you go somewhere else.
Some really great people there not upper Admin
Upper Admin is old school needs change, new blood.
I moved here to Denton, TX for better pay. I found a great job with Texas Health Resource and I love my job. I'm currently a radiology clerk in Women's Imaging and my dept is very small. We all get along great with each other and we are like a little family.
Internal Medicine Resident (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 30, 2014
Daily rounding on patients that have been admitted to the hospital. Responsibilities included checking daily labs, correcting electrolyte abnormalities, ordering appropriate imaging studies and caring for patients and families.
I learned how to appropriate prioritize work daily and engage patients with regard to their current and expected health outcomes.
The hours were rigorous and usually approached approximately 80 hours a week.
I love caring for people and being able to educate and help them understand their illnesses and the importance of medication.
Great Work Environment, intellectually stimulating
Clerical/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Sherman, TX – August 20, 2014
Productive and a Fun place to work when I first started. Then there was a change in management several times. I Loved My Co-Workers. I learned a lot about Medical Claims. Overall, the supervisors were great until toward the end and it got very stressful,there were consultants that came in that made it very hard to do your job and to do it with a happy face.
Great People to work with.
Benefits, Stress due to productivity being pushed instead of quality of work.
NEW company with inexperienced/unprofessional management
Business Office Patient Access Supervisor (Former Employee) – Flower Mound, TX – June 24, 2014
I loved the work/tasks given to me, however the management style between my director & my manager was less than professional. There was more gossip that work being done & made for a very hostile work environment. My position was a high stress job because both the manager & director as well as other directors attempted to pit me against each other or take sides. H.R. director was NEW to position & did not have the experience to correctly handle H.R. complaints, grievances, & reports. Directors/administrators seemed to "play favorites" The most enjoyable part of my job were the staff that I supervised. They are/were wonderful, good hard working people with a true passion for patient satisfaction. I have learned so much from this job, but the most important part, be careful who you trust & always cover yourself with documentation & witnesses.
my management or lack thereof & lack of teamwork between mgmt