Detailed and long but after seeing the level of care and the requirements for knowledge and skills, I completely understand why. First is a laid back personality type interview, then is a more skilled based interview- skills both with technical work as well as ability to make decisions and handle responsibility and communicate effectively. Then you go through a physical, typical drug test, etc. Then is a computerized scenario testing and typing time testing. BTW, I barely missed the accceptable typing time and got accepted.
At first, I was happy to work for baycare.
I loved most of the people I worked with, but once I became a pct, I dreaded every day.
So I quit..
With any company, there is always room for improvement but to answer this is difficult as BayCare goes above and beyond the expectations.
Management doesn't care about how hard you work. There are no work ethics. The Baycare Values are non -existent. Agree with management even if it isn't beneficial for patient care and you will be okay.
I would immediately raise the pay for the PCTs.
They truly are the backbone of the company and it's shameful what they're paid.
The most stressful part of working as a pct at Baycare was trying to figure out how to get everything done and still give good patient care.
It was nearly impossible...
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at BayCare? What are the steps along the way?
Times/things have changed over the years with getting hired at any facility.