Admissions Clerk (Former Employee) – Meridian, MS – June 18, 2018
I worked at Anderson's for a fairly short period so I am not a good judge of long-term employment with them. My station there was adequate. I was not happy with my hours at the beginning, but I was advanced to a much better shift. The pay was adequate at the time, but would not be near enough at this point in my life.
Revenue Cycle Clerk (Current Employee) – Meridian, MS – June 5, 2018
Come in early print reports. I've learned a lot about Excel, Word, and Outlook. Management at times can be fair. Everyone is under a lot of stress to get more and more done. The stress. Birthday parties
admissions (Current Employee) – Meridian, MS – March 9, 2018
very stressful, no paid vacations,3 holidays a yr.Most people are nice and easy to get along with. next to impossible to move up the ladder. no extra benefits or pay, just more responsibilities. incentives not worth it.
Pharmacist (Former Employee) – Meridian, MS – January 16, 2018
Manager is totally delirious and completely makes things up to fit her narrative. Totally fine until things don't go her way. This attitude extends all the way through to other departments (they refused to verify the time I worked there for the US dept of Education...)
Medicine is practiced in an old school, paternalistic manner, the management could care less - just as long as they can come and go as they please....No wonder the place is struggling financially.
RN (Current Employee) – Meridian, MS – June 23, 2017
Great facility to work at. Management is lacking. The facility is always understaffed for the patient census. After furthering my education they did not try to find a position to fulfill my higher education.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Meridian, MS – March 19, 2017
My unit was frequently short staffed and the nurse to patient ratio was ridiculous and unfair. They are too meticulous about anyone getting overtime. The employee discount in the cafeteria and the gift shop was a joke, you were better off bringing your meals and buying gifts elsewhere. On the brighter side, my co-workers were awesome and we had a few nurse managers that were too.
Great co-workers, Some good managers
Being called off for low census, No overtime, Employee discount in cafeteria is a joke
Registered Nurse (RN) (Former Employee) – Meridian, MS – February 27, 2017
I enjoyed working at Anderson. I began my career as a nurse there. Co-workers became family, I cared a lot for my patients. The hardest part was losing a patient to cancer after getting attached to them a and the family. I enjoyed taking care of different types of patients and dealing with their families. I enjoyed this job very much but I was looking at the grass is greener..