Great place. Work pleasant staff very decent hospital
Newborn nurse and pediatric nurse (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – November 12, 2018
Very productive experience loved the atmosphere very nice people they go the extra mile with patients and helping there families I love the feeling of family there also doing our best to see to the needs of our patients as well as their family seeing to their needs
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – October 29, 2018
Baptist Health took a chance with me coming straight out of Remington with no background work history. I will tell anyone that. I didn't think I would be able to get a job because of the no experience and I Thank them so much for doing that.
Front Office Receptionist (Current Employee) – Arkadelphia, AR – October 26, 2018
great management, co workers are great and the interaction with the patients. I love making people laugh and smile. Some of the clinics are way out and not a good place. I have learned about a new system and a typical work day is phones ringing and patients steadily coming in and helping the nurse with labs
Billing and Collections Specialist (Former Employee) – Arkadelphia, AR – October 1, 2018
Baptist is a great health company to work for that helps hundreds of thousands of lives a year. The staff is very friendly there and also the facilities are top notch. The bosses always make suere to have your back as well.
Social Worker II (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – September 19, 2018
Baptist is a good place to work. Pay grade is below that of other hospitals. Most days it is fast paced setting with lots of needs from patients and staff. Most are friendly, however there are some that should never work in healthcare
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – September 4, 2018
I am an honest person. I liked the nurses I worked with. But anything above the nurses was awful. They told you what you wanted to hear, if they took the time to even speak to you. They offer flexible schedules to those of whom they like and their pay scale system is not fair by any means. I worked on the Cardiac Floor 9B. The patient to staff ratio was TERRIBLE. Nurses worked 5-6 patients all the time (Arkansas state max is 6). CNA/Techs worked 10-12 patients as well (Arkansas state max is 12). They always talked about trying to get those numbers down. But, when they were down. For instance nurses would be at 3 or 4 patients and techs would be at 7-10. They would start sending people home and bump the numbers right back up. Thus, going against everything they just said they were trying to accomplish. On top of all of this, They are the lowest paying hospital around the area. I do not recommend this hospital for employment or care.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – August 23, 2018
When i worked at Baptist health Center is was a very great working experince. I learned lots of different ways to handle certain situations. management werenice people nevr had an issue with anything on their ends.
Office Representative (Current Employee) – Stuttgart, AR – August 11, 2018
I enjoy working for Baptist. The management and co-workers make going to work enjoyable. They are genuinely caring employers that take your well being into consideration. I would highly recommend anyone to work for Baptist Health.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – North Little Rock, AR – August 9, 2018
Its an OK place to work, I would not work there again, it has poor management. The workers break the HIPPA Law on a daily basses. Also they mix up the patients charts, and give out the wrong information.
Patient Representative I (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – July 23, 2018
Admitting people for things from blood work, x-rays, to surgery. I learned quiet a bit about different types of insurances.
The hardest part about the job was when people weren't wanting to pay, or didn't want to give certain information that was needed. Or, when they didn't have the money to give, but needed the treatment.
The most enjoyable part of the job was people who were being admitted to have a baby. Or, those who had successful surgeries and families coming in to see them.
Room Attendant/Housekeeping (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – July 11, 2018
Good place to work but HR feels like they know more about applicants than the actual hiring managers, keeping highly qualified applicants from being interviewed. Especially if you are already an employee.
Free lunches every month depending on work station
Low advancement opportunities, HR isn’t the smartest