I moved to TX from NY to work for BSW - Irving. A typical day here is fast paced and challenging. Its a place I look forward to going three days a week. My manager, co-workers and I make a wonderful team. My manager and supervisors climb in to the trenches with us. They answer call lights and empty bed pans. There is always a feeling of being valued, a place you feel at home. I have to say that we are a floor that prides ourself on our patient care. We work hard to bring a personal touch to a tough situation. I have learned that serving others and treating them with respect and dignity, can turn a negative situation into a positive one. Treating others as if they are a part of my family makes our environment one of the best. Our floor has received a national aware of excellence and we are very proud of that accomplishment. The hardest part of my job is the occasional loss of a patient. My most enjoyable part of my job is serving my patient and ensuring they receive the best care possible.
lots of fun events that creates a feeling of belonging and well being.
Technician (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 17, 2018
fast pace an learning new skills weekly hardest part for me is not enough time per pt or help wen need .its a full filling nowing that my pt are happy an iv meet their needs accordenly to company policy.
more man power
making it work bye meeting my pt needs an team work make the dream work
High quality patient care was emphasized. Employees respected by administration and managers. All departments worked together as a team. Family and community atmosphere among employees from all departments
Diverse duties, enjoyed pt. contact Challenging and learned new tasks
PRN Mammographer (Former Employee) – Lakeway and Marble Falls – March 14, 2018
Worked for Baylor Scott and White at the Lakeway and Marble Falls facilities. The benefits are good and the supervisors were interested in creating an atmosphere that allowed the employees to do the best for the patients and to give the patients the best experience possible,.The patients best interest and experience is always style main goal.
this place is never well staffed in all departments. everyone seems over worked and stressed out. The current Radiology supervisor lack knowledge in her role and department. The supervisor is not willing to learn and be helpful.
Multimodality Technologist (Current Employee) – Round Rock, TX – March 10, 2018
BSW in Taylor Texas is a nice place to work, but at the Round Rock facility, it seems more stressful and overly short staffed and yet they want to keep working with less people and it doesn't give the patients the time needed to properly care for them in the ancillary departments.
Baylor Irving was a great place to work. The only reason I left was because there were a lot of people leaving and staff was horrible. One good thing I can say about Baylor is that they are really into education and are willing to pay for it which is great.
Medical Technologist, Generalist (Former Employee) – Garland, TX – March 6, 2018
Our typical evening shift was usually busy especially the emergency department. I learned an additional experience working in this facility about the TEG coagulation systems being used during Open Heart procedure.The management was very supportive regarding your well being and advancement.
The particular area that I was working had great teamwork. The patients are the sweetest. Although managers often times said they would do something and it wouldn't get done right away. For example, a few employees were inquiring about not using PTO on holidays because the clinic is always closed. A staff member called HR and clarified that it did not have to be used. Management made us use it anyways until months later when they finally call HR.
Coordinator (Current Employee) – Temple, TX – March 6, 2018
I like working for Baylor Scott and White. However, like any other job you have those departments that don't quite fit for you. Overall, the company is good and there are ample opportunities for growth.
Nursing Student Clinical Rotation (Former Employee) – White Rock, TX – March 5, 2018
Overall the experience in the unit among the employees was great and everyone was so supportive. The patient turn over rate and patient to nurse ratio was overwhelming. The management and staff throughout the hospital were friendly and supportive.
Patient Specialist 1 (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – March 5, 2018
sick/dr notes policies should be better, less favoritism. We had medical insurance and would attend Dr app when needed when sick. Do not understand when there is a Dr. note and a person goes into work they get sent home because of the Dr. note. If you were sick with a Dr. note and still go into work they would send us home because of the Dr. note. Get written up for the Dr. notes from Baylor scott and white.