Radiology tech (Current Employee) – Landmark San Antonio – August 5, 2014
I have been employed at this company for 14 months and in my tenure at Victory I have had three different CEO's. Aside from the CEOs being replaced I have seen EVERY person in an Administrative position with the exception of the COO replaced. Not only was the admin cleared out but but very close to half the clinical staff was let go in a mass firing 6 months ago. They have cut hours down to part time on many different occasions and continue to cut hours on a weekly basis. Current management has promised annual raises and then weeks later announced raise freezes without fulfilling already promised raise. I have been forced to do CT exams without any formal or proper training and have been told that it is now a requirement of the job and that I will be written up and terminated if I fail to comply. The only reason I am still here is because I don't want to leave my remaining coworkers hanging. The company is attempting to merge with one of the major chains as they have been unable to thrive on their own. Consider long and hard if this is the type of company you would like to work for.
They pay you on time
Horrible management, consistently reduced hours, no job security, do what they want or be fired without cause...
Accounts Payable Specialist (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – September 10, 2015
Victory was a great place to work. I have 2 great bosses and probably one of the best places I have ever worked. They are going out of business but I would have retired from here if it wasn't for site managers mismanaging.
RN (Current Employee) – Victory Healthcare – October 19, 2014
This company has very poor corporate management. They basically allow any one that is corporate level management to treat employees any way they like. Local management also allows and tolerates this treatment to their employees. The company stays in a constant financial strain and yet they do not do very much to curve their spending. It is just bad business management all the way around
nurse (Former Employee) – McKinney, texas – January 28, 2015
poor management at the time of my employment, hopefully it has improved as well as upper management, was know to lie several time and stab their employees in the back, very inconsistent, lots favoritism cafeteria has decent food but expensive.
Manager, Operations Support (Current Employee) – Victory Healthcare - Corporate – November 24, 2014
Victory Healthcare is a wonderful company to work for. I’ve worked for Victory in 2 capacities since July 2013 and it has truly been a fulfilling and rewarding experience. A typical day at work is busy and productive. Every day is a brand new learning experience…very busy and challenging but I’ve never met a challenge that I didn’t like. Victory Healthcare genuinely cares for its employees and it’s a great place to work and grow.
Everyday is a productive day
I live in Sugarland; however, I love what I do at Victory so the drive to the Woodlands is worth it.
Admit patients. In between admitting patients I print thre hospital OR Schedules for the week and Corporate OR Schedules for the week and compare to make sure the information provided matches. Verify all cases with in the next 4-5 days have corrdct info and that insruance information has been provided from out Corporate Intake. Assemle next day charts with all of the required paperwork. update spreadheets once all patients have been checked in for the day. The hardest part of my job is the time getting here. The most enjoyable part of my job is interactign with patietns and staff.