Staff RN (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – October 21, 2018
I worked for Baylor Health Care system for around 6 years and thought it was a wonderful place to learn and grow. The leadership really cared about its employees and there was an obvious focus on the development of leaders from within the system. Benefits and compensation seemed to be fair and the facilities were well-maintained. I would recommend working for Baylor Scott and White
Caring for the patients at this specialty clinic was very rewarding and that outweighed any frustrations there was on a daily basis.
Clinic Nurse (Current Employee) – Marble Falls, TX – October 19, 2018
A typical day consisted of seeing patients and assisting in procedures with the doctors. I got to experience so many different specialties because for a while I was a float nurse. The workplace culture was one of irritation and confusion because of management that did not seem to have good communication and a terrible lack of understanding of how each specialty needed to run. The hiring process was extremely long and drawn out and there were times that months passed with a need unmet because it took so long to get someone hired. The most enjoyable part of the job was the patient interaction.
Medical Office Coordinator (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – October 13, 2018
The workplace environment was very hard. Our manager was fighting with Doctors and staff members. there was 4 of us that left our jobs. I loved Baylor and my co-workers I also really enjoyed the physicians I worked with.Just not the situation I was placed in.
This healthcare system delivers high-quality patient care. Its reputation in North and Central Texas is respectable. Employees invest in their careers here, and that is displayed in the high-quality care that patients receive.
The good side to working in the warehouse for baylor Scott and White is you get Friday and Saturday off, but you won't get off until 3/4 in the morning on Friday so you really only have a day and a half off.They started me off at 11.50 and nine months later I was still at 11.50. Where was my 6 months raise? Spent a month putting in for other jobs at the hospital no response and managers try to keep you just being a work horse. Not a job if your looking for advancement or even to transfer out of the warehouse eventually
Day Surgery Nurse (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – October 11, 2018
Excellent environment to work. The people and staff were very friendly; everyone were willing to make eye contact and lead patients where they needed to go. Everyone in the department where I worked worked well together. We got the job done and kept a positive attitude. We worked well as a team.
Baylor Scott and White provides an opportunity for me to assist others with research proposals and writing for publication. As an independent consultant, I am not eligible for benefits and other programs listed in the questionnaire.
Lead Chaplain (Former Employee) – Frisco, TX – October 9, 2018
Baylor Scott and White contributed to my growth as a chaplain through the support provided through regular team meetings to provide the best patient care taking into account the whole person of mind, body and spirit.
Management were involved in daily interactions with the staff. The CEO kept all staff informed of vision casting and updates by holding quarterly meetings.
Workplace culture is rated five star due to the high professional mind set of each staff hired. They get involved with the community through donations and support in fundraising. Team work is effective and active everyday.
The hardest part yet enjoyable part of being a chaplain is coming alongside the patients, family and staff to support in times of celebration as well as times of illness and death. The satisfaction is found in knowing I did my best each day.
Great team players, rewarded for doing your best, management is visible and encouraging
Saying goodbye to team players who choose to move on.
LEAD NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGIST (Former Employee) – Round Rock, TX – October 9, 2018
A typical work day usually has a full schedule and many add on patients through out the day.It is a fast paced environment to work in. Management is open to changes and concerns; however the answer you will always hear is give me more time. Change is very slow to come around if it comes around at all. The work place culture is the best part. I will say that all the employees are friendly and patient care driven. The people I worked with were simply amazing. Everyone talks to each other and works together across all departments. I would say that the hardest part of the job was not having enough employees to handle large patient loads.
great staff that work seamlessly to take care of the patient
can be over whelming with the number of patients scheduled and not enough staff to cover
phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Round Rock, Texas – October 6, 2018
Many hostile people work in the lab. Management pretends they care about your issue then blow it off or they turn around and tell everyone else what you said. Major favoritism. Team leads and trainers can do no wrong. They will not accept new people, it's like a giant clique.
Pre-admit Nurse (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – October 6, 2018
Great place to work with great management. I have enjoyed working at BSWH. I would really like to continue to work there but will be moving and cannot afford to spend 4 hours a day driving to and from work.
LVN (Former Employee) – Marble Falls, TX – October 5, 2018
BS&W Marble Falls was an unpleasant atmosphere. Management not involved with staff. A certain few staff members 'manage' the clinic. If one of the certain few have a friend they want hired, they will make your workplace so hostile with their constant harassment and bullying. They were unable to find errors in my patient care, so they finally forced me to give my notice.