RN (Former Employee) – Fairhope, AL – October 27, 2017
Don't burn your bridges. not that I did, but saw some who did. not good. but if you can stand the usual nit picking that comes with nursing go for it! just another place you can work, get nit picked, and love on your patients.... because really isn't that the most important thing? the patients :)
Patient Transporter (Current Employee) – Fairhope, AL – July 7, 2017
Over all the job is laid back and great for someone young, but the pay isn't the best. The manger is awesome and the workers are great! You have to make the job fun and that's with any job. Learned a lot about all the medical field and met some great people along the way!
Medical Technologist I (Former Employee) – Fairhope, AL – July 6, 2017
As a former employee I wouldn't suggest anyone working in the lab for quest diagnostics. And no I'm not just a sour former employee. Ask any current employees and majority will complain about what could be better. Management is a joke.
Registered Floor Nurse (Former Employee) – Fairhope, AL – April 3, 2017
I worked in many different areas of Thomas Hospital and learned a lot of valuable information from pediatrics to adults. It was from here that I moved on to an office setting and finally back to school to finish my Master's degree as a FNP
PCT/CNA (Former Employee) – Fairhope, AL – March 22, 2017
Everyone was always happy the doctors would always greet You by name it was like working out with one big happy family where everybody always had your back if you ever need it needed anything there was someone there today
I liked working at Thomas Hospital especially the patients.
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Fairhope, AL – March 20, 2017
I worked in the lab at Thomas Hospital. Occasionally our waiting room would be packed with patients but my co-workers & I worked great as a team. If I still lived in Fairhope I would definitely go back.
My manager was open to new ideas, our reps were always treating us to lunch.
Changed software with little training, health insurance premiums were terribly expensive.
Exercise Assistant (Current Employee) – Fairhope, AL – February 17, 2017
It's pretty easy, the work load is not hard or difficult. Management is nice but does not handle employees well. Most members are nice and I think this is something good to add to your resume if you are in the health field.
Good benefits, free membership, steady work schedule, decent people
Management is not consistant with policies and procedures
PCT (Current Employee) – South Charelston – June 7, 2016
I loved working at Thomas, I met a lot of interesting people not only my coworkers but my patients as well. Some days were slow others were fast paste. The hardest part of my job would see how some patients struggled with the type of illness or diagnoses that they received .
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Fairhope, AL – February 19, 2016
Do not work in the ICU, the will constantly threaten you with going to the board, micromanaging of aspect, they never take the nurses side on any issues. Horrific management! Good coworkers that just becoming worn out from all the negative.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Fairhope, AL – April 13, 2015
The day at Thomas Hospital started off with blood draws. Co-workers join in as well as management. Everyone took part of his or her job. We would enter rooms and draw blood as ordered. The most enjoyable part would be meeting and comforting the patients. I don't recall hard task with work or co-workers. A great place to work.