Operations Assistant (Current Employee) – Jackson, MS – May 23, 2018
In my department, my director is rude and very unprofessional. He just started here because my previous director retired. He has not even attempted to learn how to do his job, he is mainly trying to focus on how to change and delegate task. He has a very negative attitude.
I learned many surgical procedures from the time I was there and the employees are very passionate about their career. The environment opened my eyes and assured that the medical field was perfect for me.
Management is terrible. It’s not what you know but who you know. You would think you were back in high school with the cliques of popular crowd and non popular crowd. Lies and backstabbing. Pay and benefits are descent.
Disclosure Specialist (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 21, 2018
Competitive benefits and pay. Friendly environment with areas to expand your career. There are lots of different departments besides mine. If you ever want to switch your career you are allowed to move after six months.
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 21, 2018
I worked a medical/surgical unit. We were always busy. From start to end of my shift. Which I was not always done doing what I needed to do. But the night secretary would come on. It was hard sometimes to get up and leave, knowing there was still more to do.
Clinical Billing Specialist (Former Employee) – Madisonville, KY – May 20, 2018
had the opportunity to work in several different positions within the organization. Some were more challenging than others, all needed much more training offered to new hire employees. Management was fair, but quick to note how easily replaced an individual was. Work moral was thus low, as felt like a " number". Co-workers were very supportive however, and did their best to come together in team effort to insure product quality and accuracy.
Discharge Expeditor (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 11, 2018
Typical work day is fast paced, moving patients throughout the health system or to other locations where beds are available. processing the order in which a patient should be moved, which is always ER first since ER has priority. Our department gets pressure when there is no placement in our facility or community to move a patient out to ER, majority of the time its a patient that isn't funded. If a funded patient is transferred within our facility then authorization is needed which is completed by myself and insurance company of the patient. Management is new and we are all still adjusting to the changes that have been implemented, majority of the time there is poor communication between staff and management and we are often short staff. Overall I enjoy working at this facility, there are no full time availability for my title as of yet.
Senior Database Administrator Lead (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 9, 2018
Good place to work. I sure recommend friends, and family to work here at Baptist. members of my team work closely together to me both team and individual goals. The management gas changed some what in the last year, and thing are slowly but surely working out the way the Company has envisioned.
Volunteer/ Student Worker (Current Employee) – Richmond, KY – May 7, 2018
I am a student placed at Baptist Health through my college. I have learned a lot of skills that I will apply to my future career while working here. As well as establishing great work etiquette. I'm apart of the educational and staff development department at the moment and I get to work with many successful nursing educators and directors. I really enjoy that they are so helpful with my classwork and supportive of my journey in school.
Hospital itself a great hospital just not the department
RN (Current Employee) – Lexington, KY – May 2, 2018
My department has a great deal of turnover. Way to many chiefs and not enough Indians. No leadership. Also a lot of favoritism and management allows surgeons to talk down to staff and no support for nurses or other staff members. Very low morale.
Team Lead, Data Center Engineer (Former Employee) – Harlingen, TX – May 2, 2018
Valley Baptist as a whole was a great place to work for a long time. But in time with new owners came in made changes to several departments, as a result my department was phased out and outsourced. We had to all find other careers after 23 years it was not easy.
If u work in a good area it's a very fun work place such as the main OR but not ES
Paitient transport (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – May 1, 2018
They are great nurses but ES is very negative the employees are always kind the management is always very stiff and does not have a sense of humor. If u were to call in 4 times so to speak u get three write ups then u get suspension then u get terminated if u miss anymore
First-rate tertiary care center with progressive technology and good working environment.
Interventional and Noninvasive Cardiologist (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – April 30, 2018
Busy tertiary care center with physician-oriented administration and state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. Intense workload due to voluminous referrals. Excellent physician medical staff with fair communication between the administration and medical staff.