Baptist Health Care Employee Reviews
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Baptist promotes an environment that is supportive and encouraging. In my interview I was told how wonderful the management team is, and a place of welcoming people. This could not be further from the truth. There are several people that do represent this but all I’ve experienced is others pointing the finger and a culture of shame if you make a mistake.
Many of the people I work with at this company are lovely and I enjoy working with them very much. However, given the incredibly taxing and stressful work environment, compensation is minimal. Patient Care Technicians only make about $10/hr to take care of 12+ patients. This includes toileting, feeding, bathing, taking vital signs, and anything else the patient or RN deems necessary.
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I worked here for many years and was very happy. The doctors were a joy and very helpful to the staff. The patients were very nice and all of the surgeries were elective so people choose to come there. Very clean facility with great productivity among staff.
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I've never worked in a place that cherishes their employees as much as Baptist. The pay is lower than everywhere else nearby, but people stay because it's rewarding to work here. You get to know and love each individual working here and you truly form the best bonds with them. I love having a sense of belonging while working here.
My biggest and only complaint was that my department was desperate for people so they hired us on quickly without telling us it was a call center environment. Personally I can’t handle that type of atmosphere, but the job was a good foot-in-the-door for healthcare. What they told you in training and what was implemented in the department were different but they were working on better communication The position gave me a lot of transferable skills and looks good on a resume The reason I left I’s because we moved out of state They say they like to hire from within, but I didn’t have any luck I was desperate to get away from the call center but was turned down every position I applied for Of course they typically already have a candidate in mind If you’re comfortable with a call center, you’ll like this job very much
I loved it there at first then they started to treat me horrible. I hated that. They only care about what you can do for the company and they is never high school when it comes to management ever one knows each other. If one don't like you the click doesn't either and that all the head of the departments.
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Employees are not taken in consideration for any decisions made about their jobs. Management even told employees that if they didn’t like it, there is the door. Culture expectations are only expected out of certain groups. Not everyone. Teamwork is only expected out of certain groups. Micromanagement is prevalent. Was once a great place to work when Quint Studor was there but all the culture and values he taught has gone out the window.
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Micromanagement. Favoritism. Poor management.
Baptist in our area has been growing over the past two years which has caused some growing pains. In general it is usually a good place to work and is pretty competitive in pay. We have dropped in the pay department under the market value for many of the nursing positions, which they are in the process of reviewing.
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