ICU Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – November 9, 2015
The nurses were over worked in a very high stress environment with no support staff or help. You deal with very sick patients and learn a lot but after 12 hours you can barely function enough to get home.
Staff RN (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – June 18, 2015
I loved working here and that is why I stayed for so many years. The job was the most fulfilling as ever with wonderful co- workers who were always professional, had a great work ethic and worked as a team. I had friends in every department.
I also was privileged to work PRN in the Cardiology department with the Coumadin Clinic patients for about 6 years.
Registered Nurse CCU (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – September 22, 2015
Beautiful facility, caring staff, great doctors make this a great place to work. Small facility, most everyone is known by name. Doctors in this hospital are great to work with and are very knowledgeable.
Medical Scheduler II (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – January 4, 2015
Typical work day scheduling surgery appointments, insurance verification, code calling to remind patients of their appointments. I learned to maintain a organized work space in order to keep up with the work load. Management was helpful to a certain point and my co-workers were heaven sent because we all worked together and helped one another when needed.The hardest part of being a medical scheduler was the over abundances of work. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to help the patients with their appointments.
Fast paced workplace requiring strong critical thinking skills
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – December 7, 2014
Medical Center of Plano Neuro Trauma Unit is a very fast paced unit with critically ill patients requiring constant care. Strong critical thinking skills are a must in this position. Learning is a constant in this area and is encouraged by management. This unit consists of a teamwork environment that is also encouraged by management.
Extensive experience working with oncoogy patients
Registered Nurse Med/Surg Oncology (Former Employee) – Plano Tx – March 18, 2014
Wonderful experience working with oncology patients. A typical day began with assessing my patients and and passing medications utilizing my skill with IV starts and actually have gotten very good as cancer patients are very hard sticks. Accessed mediports inserted foley catheters IV, insulin and heparin therapies. Worked closely with MD's and Oncologists to closely monitor patients for life threatening conditions and any changes in their condition throughout the day. Excellent charting and documentation skills as well. The most enjoyable part of the job was developing the rapport with patients and co workers as well.
Druggist (Former Employee) – Pharmacy – February 6, 2013
Some employees in the department are not open to change. If you don't look or sound like them, you're not welcomed. People talk too much about others. Some people constantly run to director's office to talk about others. Evening manager is sleek. In your face she acts all friendly but quick to talk behind your back. Same with crew on my night shift. Environment was toxic for me. Workload for position was stressful, too many interruptions prevented me from doing my job. Not adequately staffed for a level 2 trauma.
salary, some co-workers, ability to provide care for critically patients.
Manager,Outpatient Imaging Centers (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – July 2, 2012
There are challenges being manger of Mammography and other two Outpatient Imaging centers, but I enjoy taking those challenges on personal level to resolve and make my patients and team happy at the end of the day on daily basis. My co- workers love working with me. There is no hard part of any job, if you put your heart and hard work to it. I love getting up each morning and be ready for my work's challenges to make my patients and my team very satisfied each day!
Emergency Department Nurse (Former Employee) – plano, texas – September 21, 2013
I received great trauma nursing experience at this level II trauma center. The down fall is that they do not ever staff enough nursing for it to be a "safe" environment for the patients. They go through ER managers approximately every 6-8 months. There is little to no consistency between managers. Helicopters are landing constantly with traumas but there are not enough staff to ever properly care for them.
Productive and fun place to work, a team effort atmosphere.
Unit Secretary (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – April 1, 2012
I enjoy my work, I can plan my day and work without being micromanaged. The co-workers I work with are incredible nurses and very hlepful. That where the team work comed into play. The hardest part of the day is at the end of the shift. When I am trying to finish end of shift work and the ER is sending several patients at one time. But again the team work kicks in. I really enjoy my day at work, you never know how it will play out and that can be exciting.
The problem I have now is when the cenesus is low I get called off work or called to come in later. It keeps you wondering if you will work or not. I am having to use my PTO for this and now will not have any for vacation.
free lunches, stars for excellant customer service
Certified Surgical First Assistant (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – January 21, 2014
we are a level one trauma hospital so it can be slow at first, then it could change really fast. at this hospital I have learned how to scrub in any procedure possible. I get along great with all my co workers and the hardest part of my job is the hour drive to work. I love my job and would not want to anything about it.
PRN Supervisor (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – May 22, 2012
I love working at the Hospital, when I arrive at work, I always take the time out to speak to each and every employee, who is on duty for that day. I check the cafe' to see if anyone needs help, talk to the other on duty supervisor and get information, as to how the day has gone. I enjoy the staff I work with, when I'm at work. The hardest part, would be for me is when the hospital system Dine-on-Demand goes down, for the most part I enjoy, knowing I can help someone, be that listening ear'' when someone needs to vent'' and going up on the floor to talk to a patient, who might not be happy with a meal they were served that day. I have learned a great deal from being a Supervisor, this will help me in the future, as I pursue my career in Foodservice Hospitality and Management.
free lunches, free parking and coming together as a team!!!!!
General Maintenance (Former Employee) – Plano,Tx – July 9, 2014
Supervises and performs a variety of specific and general, maintenance * Preventative maintenance as well as inspections, * servicing and overhaul of equipment and facilities of the hospital which includes mechanical, electrical, HVAC (refrigeration, cooling, heating, boilers, chillers, pumps, motors) and * Plumbing functions