business office (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – December 16, 2015
I worked here for less than a year. They fired two people within the same week. Training is almost non-existent. The people in leadership should NOT have their jobs. Too many cliques within organization. Revolving door policy is obvious. Tendency to hire certain races is obvious.
Great benefits (health, vision, and dental). Good hours. Only 15 minutes from home.
Corporate (Current Employee) – BUSINESS OFFICE – July 23, 2015
productive company with lots of opportunity to learn and grow as an individual. employee benefits are generous, but work/life balance can be hard to manage at times depending on staffing, position, and job duties.
Collections (Former Employee) – Austin Texas – July 1, 2015
I worked in the billing Department there and I must say the office manger shows favoritism like you wouldn't believe the billing office is very GHETTO. stay clear of this place consider yourself WARNED!!!!!!! Very unprofessional office environment.
Surgical Technologist (Former Employee) – Utica, MI – July 7, 2014
Setting up and scrubbing in for medical procedures. Everything I had learned in at Abcott and interning at St. John Oakland Center was reinforced. All of the co-workers were pleasant and patient. Standing for ling periods of time became hard on my body. However, everyday was interesting and good.
Regional IT Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 10, 2014
The upper management at the reginal level does not support the policies of the corporate office. Regional management controls the workforce,including corporate employees and expects more from them than the corporate office authorizes to their staff. Growth of the company at the regional level is the main concern, yet there is no effort placed upon retention or infrastructure. At one site, the IT support specialist is expected to work weekends as a security guard.
decent health insurance.
high turnover rate. poor communications. unreasonable expectations of the employees.
Former employee-nurse (Former Employee) – Saginaw, MI – October 8, 2013
You will often work shorthanded with no support from administration. Five employees were eliminated in one day, and the remaining employees are having to work long hours because they were not replaced.
RN (Current Employee) – Nashville,TN and surrounding bedroom counties – August 20, 2013
I have worked where the management was wonderful; also worked in several facilities where management sucked so bad you wondered how they got into management. BEWARE of facilities in the Nashville and surrounding bedroom counties (Franklin, Mount Juliet and Madison).
Manager of Organizational Development (Former Employee) – Addison, TX – July 10, 2013
The company has grown exponentially each year since its start-up. It is great to be a part of the changes that help this company to be successful and to develop the tools and training necessary to sustain this success.
I was a manager I had good working staff. But it is upsetting place to be. Upper manager does not treat staff well. staff was unhappy, big turn over with staff . No training just but into that postion and you are supposed to know what going on.
great staff work very hard
mirco management, no training long hours under pay
The administration genuinely care and are concerned about their employees. Which I have never experienced at my prior other jobs. The entire staff is very friendly. I will say its a great place to work. I would love to stay part of this well oiled machine at Texan Surgery Center for years to come.
occasional lunches, great benefits, great workplace, friendly staff