Patient Access (Former Employee), Birmingham, AL – October 13, 2014
Pros: cafeteria food
Cons: management, work hours
Day at work? Get called in for people not coming to work, all times of day. Listen to a boss who did unethical things daily. Managers were not well qualified. Listened to racist, homophobic and very unethical remarks daily.
What I learned? Absolutely nothing. I learned that managers here looked out only for themselves and everyone else was in line – more... to be thrown under the next bus.
Management? Disrespectful, unethical .. I could go on.
Hardest part of job? Dealing with management and family members of HR staff that were hired on.
Most enjoyable part of job? The day I no longer worked here.
RN (Current Employee), Birmingham, AL – April 8, 2014
Pros: free parking, great work enviroment, educational opportunities
Cons: short breaks, short staffed on certain floors
Trinity Medical Center is a great place to work and offers a wide variety of patient care areas. There is always something going on for the employees and free CEUs are available almost weekly. My typical shift consist of 4-6 patients, and I provide bedside nursing with the assistant of PCAs. There is teamwork on every floor. For the most part, all the – more... employees there are happy with each other and managment. There are times when extreme upper manangement makes remarks that irritate the employees. The hardest part of the job is loosing patients that you get attached to, but it counteracts the best when you see a patient walk out that you didn't think would survive. – less
only interested in making $$ at expense of safe patient care
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Birmingham, Alabama – March 19, 2014
Pros: work with some exceptional physicians...
Cons: see my review
Extremely short staffing, resulting in increased liability to patient. Typical day at work??... clock in and hit the floor running. No lunch break. No bathroom breaks. Attempts to foster a teamwork atmosphere shot down by gossips and cliques. Management is a joke...Nursing may eat their young...but they stab their old in the back....
I love people so I absolutely loved my job, always laughing and always in a positive mood.
Patient Account Representative (Former Employee), Birmingham, AL – February 16, 2014
Pros: patients, working in the public and the experience
Cons: hostile work environment
The management was horrible! I started off working in the ER and was promoted to a Surgery Scheduler. I was bullied for four months and in my supervisor's office everyday crying. I have never had anyone not like me. The bullied continued to cuss me , put her finger in my face and talk down to me. My supervisor said that she would handle it but never – more... did. That's why I could no longer stay there. I went up the chain of command and ended up in Human Resources. They refused to move me out of that department. I learned that people do not always do the right thing. I did get a lot of experience working there and for that, I am grateful! – less
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Birmingham, AL – February 15, 2014
Pros: only have to work 3 days a week, great place for advancement
Cons: 12 hr shifts, if single parent hard to find daycares to accomdate your needs
take vitals, charting, bathing, feeding, prep for surgeries. I learned how to deal with family members in difficult situations, getting people ready for surgeries and taking care of them afterwards. Management was great everybody knew their job so management just had to oversee that everything is running smoothly. Co workers were great and I loved to – more... work with them. Hardest part of job is when you lose a patient that you become close too. Most enjoyable part of job seeing my patients face or they tell me job well done. – less
Communication Representative (Former Employee), Birmingham, AL – February 12, 2014
trinity was okay. It was great for having a second job. The management was fair. They really didn't implement the room for growth. pay was unsatisfactory, I learned the value of relationships, my coworkers were fair, some better than others, I made lifetime friendships there. the most enjoyable part was 7 on 7 off.
A nice workplace with equal opportunities for all workers.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee), Steubenville, OH – January 26, 2014
a typical day at work was very busy most of the time, i learned how to deal with many types of people,the management at times was difficult there where a lot of changes over the years i worked, the hardest part of my job was dealing with all of the different types of personalities that come from the work place when you work in such close proximity of – more... one another and everyone having their own way of doing things and the best part of the job was meeting and helping all different kind of people it may be talking with them or answering questions or just being there for them when they are alone and scared. – less
Its was great place to work..great hours...nice doctors...not so great leadership
Unit Clerk (Former Employee), Birmingham, AL – January 8, 2014
Pros: flex. hours
Cons: healtcare...not enough positive leadership
I loved the working for TRINITY Hospital....not eoungh leadership...I didn't mind working out of my job description...just its was unstable in that department...Everybody did what they wanted to do....no rules that was equal.
OR nurse (Former Employee), Birmingham, AL – December 23, 2013
Pros: good managment
Cons: long hours
Getting the remainder of the OR's schedule finished, making staff assignments for the next day, and finalizing schedule for the next day. Working on payroll as well as making call schedules. Scrubbing and Circulating a variety of cases to help when staff census was down