I loved working at Texoma Medical Center. Great staff , loving caring people, perfect teachers. Salary was very good, bonues were very good. The staff was fully trained, everyone was in coordination with each other.
Texoma Medical Center is a great place to work. I actually work for a subsidiary company that owns Texoma Medical Center called IPM. The management here has taken some hits in the 2 1/2 years I have been here so it is a little tough. Now they are closing so job security wasn't so great.
Quality in patient care with extreme future growth
MLT (ASCP) LabTech and Microbiology Supervisor (Current Employee) – Denison, TX – December 6, 2016
Typical work day is 8 plus hours management needs reconstruction for the lab hard working co-workers finding time to get off bench is the hardest part of my job Microbiology is the most enjoyable on a daily basis
The director of the CBO is a very unthoughtful and overall a rude person-who should not be employed due to how she treats her employees! Management is "run" by her, and wld even kiss her feet when she tells them too. The job itself is a good job, but management is terrible!
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Denison, TX – December 28, 2015
TMC is a good place to start as a phlebotomist. You will learn how to draw effectively and efficiently. It will be difficult and a lot will be placed on your shoulders. If you put in at least 6 months you can find a job anywhere else as a phlebotomist.
Good environment, but many hours have been cut with not a ton of pay
Mental Health Technician (Current Employee) – Sherman, TX – April 7, 2015
It's an enjoyable job for the most part. My job here at the Behavioral Health Center is to monitor every patient on my assigned unit to make sure they stay safe by making rounds every 15 minutes to ensure that I know where every patient is at all times. I have learned a lot, such as taking vital signs, entering in computer paperwork, as well as responsibility. However, management and seems scattered a lot, in terms of the rules. It seems like everyone comes up with different rules, making it difficult to know what can and can't be done at times. Some co-workers are very helpful, whereas others, not so much. The hardest part of the job is when there is a full unit, making it difficult to learn all the names and keeping track of everyone at first.
Fairly low pay for all the work that is done, also communication about certain rules are not very good I don't feel like
Clerical/Customer Service ,Clerical/Data Entry (Former Employee) – Denison, TX – August 20, 2014
Typical day was to go in and get started on your job. Most of my Co-Workers were Great to work with. I Learned so much in the physician's side of Submitting claims and Reviewing Claims. The hardest side of my job was having to call Patients and asking for money. The other hardest part was getting claims resolved with some insurance companies when additional information was being requested from the members. I Loved working there when I started out we had a Great supervisor. When there was a change The New Supervisor came in with a vengence to get rid of everyone that was there and hire only people from her church.Never mind they didn't know what they were doing,when she hired them. Otherwise, It was a good place to work.
Enjoyed the challenges of accuracy in health care billing.
Business Services Auditor (Former Employee) – Denison, TX – July 7, 2014
My first area to work in the business office was to review collection status on accounts and determine if it was accurate or not, according to guidelines, correcting when necessary. Soon, I was promoted to a position in billing that included contacting insurance companies to verify insurance coverage and benefits and documenting that on the patient accounts. After that, I was promoted to a position as patient accounts auditor where I learned about usual and customary charges, interacting with other departments. I was given the task of being the sole auditor contact for SANE accounts and was very proud of my work with that. Seeing several areas of the business office and how they function was interesting. Met some nice people, befriended several and continue that friendship now.
Patient Accounts Coordinator II (Former Employee) – Denison, TX – December 29, 2014
Enter payments and adjustments received from various insurance companies for patients. Reconciliation and reports on each batch received from the insurance companies. I learned how important is it to review your EOB'S (Explanation of Benefits) from your own insurance companies on how there are so many adjustments that are overlooked by the insurance companies. Job was not very hard it was repetitive, but I always enjoy learning.
Understaffed hospital with extreme morale problems. I was hired with the promise that I would go to day shift after a few months. After inquiring multiple times, I was told there would be no openings for me on the day shift because the night shift needed me too bad. I have a family, and working night shift was not something I could do forever!
a typical day would be comprised of researching and following up on contract violations, claims resolution, email conferences. I learned that politics plays a role in a hospital setting even went it shouldnt. Management at TMC was well organized and balanced between patient and employee environments. My coworkers worked well together until the guise of politics became involved. The hardest part of my job was trying to balance politics with maintaining a budget. The most enjoyable of part of my job was resolving accounts that no one else thought were resolvable.