Medical Laboratory Technician (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – July 23, 2018
at first it was a great place to work and the longer that i worked there the more that politics and management became more difficult to deal with and the worst thing was a few people were stealing time from the company they were clocking each other in and only one would actually be there working until the other two got there hrs later and it went on for years until they got caught and were fired
fun people to work with and very smart techs at the time i worked there
people always trying to start something with another tech to cause problems
Medical Laboratory Technician (Current Employee) – Nashville-Davidson, TN – July 16, 2018
I enjoy doing my job, i have learned quite a bit, but not as much as I would like to. I like the team effort in my department, but the hardest part is when you don't have enough help to maintain. There needs to be a better management structure in our department. Need to have more incentives to work extra shifts.
The shift, incentives, my co workers
Holiday pay, 2nd and 3rd shift diff are same and PTO
over the culture was good however managment played favorites
Unit Clerk/PCT (Former Employee) – Frisco, TX – July 4, 2018
lack of team work and collaboration. No support from management patient ratio and acuity of patient was challenging. The environment at times could be hostile . Charge nurses were not available to assist for they too busy with admin task and assignments .
Health Information Management Clerk (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – June 28, 2018
I work at night, very layed back work for me, but have to work in a timely manner, We have department appreciation week and other different activities during the year. My manager is very appreciative for things that we do, The department is family oriented. There is no hard part to my job. I like my job. I just need extra income.
working in the or was a horrible experience. to many clicks. sometimes no lunch breaks or breaks at all. no one would even check on you if in a room doing a case even though they were available to assist.
Fast paced outpatient ambulatory care area, you never know how busy it is until you get there. I learned how to prioritize and organize my day and evening, manage my time better. Management stands behind us and supports us. My co-workers are great and well trained, I have moved up in the evening as a charge nurse and a place for advancement. The hardest part of the job is not having enough staff during the evening some of the times, the most enjoyable part of the job are the people I work with, everyone works well together as a team when needed.
Comraderie among the staff
Sometimes too busy and not having enough staff during the evenings.
Worked nights on ortho/neuro floor. Nurse to patient ratio could be high at times. Management at the time was unavailable at night and it would be almost impossible to talk with them in the morning before leaving the floor.
Don't expect cross training. Management is unwilling to work with employees to further their careers in the imaging field. Management is worried about their own agendas and not employee satisfaction. Employee morale is extremely low because of this.
It was multi-culture work environment with poor management, lack of support and hard work. Most enjoyable part of my work was to take care of patients including family members with their needs. It was most stressful when I used to go home without proper care of my clients.
poor management and less help to complete daily work
Centennial is a productive and fun place to work you can learn a lot while working at Centennial. I.ve learned a lot throughout my ten years of working in the kitchen but I've outgrown it and want something better.