Surgical Technician II (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – October 16, 2018
I can go on all day how this company screwed me but let me try and make this short. When I began working for the company I enjoyed being there. Then management changed and so did a lot of rules. Management sucked and Administration tried to ignore this. They rather get the low man (me) out than there precious management for whom where idiots. The pay sucks, but they do give a yearly bonus (up to $1000) right in January. That's the best thing I can say about this company.
RN, BSN (Former Employee) – hospital – October 11, 2018
Constantly under staffed. 6 patients no Healthcare techs. No support from management. Complained constantly about safety issues and staffing only to be told to do the best you can, The insurance is a total joke. They own the insurance company we are forced to use. Then they charge you three or four hundred a month for coverage that is only good for a physical, everything else is out of pocket until you reach your ten thousand deductible for families. Talk about a conflict of interest. They have a monopoly on jobs which is how they manage to pay you well below market value. They own or run all the hospitals in the area so they pay you whatever they want. While the top executives racked in around 23 million last year.
Pre services/Insurance (Current Employee) – Lincolnton, NC – October 10, 2018
Good place to work depending on the area and location you work. In my opinion, the clinical patient "face to face" areas tend to be a little more enjoyable. I've work on the back end and the front lines.
Family friendly, Decent paid vacation, Decent retirement
Administrator (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – October 3, 2018
I loved working for CHS. I learned a lot and grew tremendously as a leader. I also learned a great deal about population health and taking care of community cities. I will never forget this organization.
I've shared, established, learned,made friends,and enjoyed my work family at Atrium Health. Regardless of where you are, you will have good times and bad times. As a surgical technician I feel we dont get the amount of pay nor incentives as we should at Atrium Health.
High paced, patient focus practice, that worked efficiently.
Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – September 25, 2018
Eastover OBGYN is one of the premier practices within the Carolinas Healthcare System. Built on 4 core values of caring, commitment, integrity and teamwork that all employees are expected to follow. Eastover has a team of 13 providers, that provide a comprehensive medical care in women's health. The importance of team work was a critical part of a successful day to maintain patient satisfaction. I loved being a lead assistant who worked closely with physicians to assistant in staying on schedule in a very high volume practice.
patient's came first, team work, respect an appreciation.
distance from home, expectation of # of patient's to be seen.
Continuous and constant change. I learned in depth of what hospital telecom is all about. Employees in other departments for the most part are very helpful and informative in assisting you perform my duties as a cable technician.
Certified Nurse Aide II (Former Employee) – Monroe, NC – September 9, 2018
Get to know a lot of new thing with healthcare. Meet new and old people from other countries. Management looking for new ways to improve care and make employees happy. There are a lot of different work culture there and they adapt to everyone. The most hardest part is patient load and having enough workers on all shift. I enjoyed working with my co-worker and working on all floors. It was a new experience coming from nursing home to hospital. There is a lot to learn if you are interested.
This is a great place to work with several rewards given to employees yearly. Work life balance is completely up to you. There is plenty of work available if you are interested in more work, and the opportunities at this organization are endless.