Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – November 12, 2017
Central Mississippi medical Center is a hospital with great staff wonderful atmosphere and greet with compassion with the patients and visitors. a place to come and enjoy great career at this hospital.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS 39204 – October 12, 2017
Employee morale is extremely low and with good reason. Management coddles those employees that sit on their rumps and have bad attitude but offers no real support to staff that actually do their job. Management at this hospital is an absolute joke and the attitudes of employees and management alike are absolutely disgusting. I wouldn't advise my dog to work at this dump.
Staff RN (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – May 13, 2017
This was my first job out of nursing school and I was treated like a valuable member of the staff from day one. The staff there taught me things I didn't learn in nursing school. Management took patient care seriously and would do whatever they could to help the clinical staff meet the needs of the patients.
Enjoyed working there, good food in cafeteria, close to home.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – March 23, 2017
Enjoyed the work, wide variety of job duties. Administrative staff changed frequently so you had to adapt to new personalities and work habits. Occasionally had to deal with very irate patients or family members but senior staff was always ready to step in and help resolve issues.
PRN Charge/Staff/Float Nurse (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – April 22, 2015
Worked night shift (8 hours only- 11/7a) Had a wonderful crew of nurses who I enjoyed tremendously Hardest part of job was working nights most enjoyable part of job working with my co-workers Good manager, worked well with assignments Charge nurse on nights
Abiltiy to learn different roles, i.e., charge nurse and staff nursing
Patient Access Representative (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – December 24, 2014
The boss that hired me ran a tight ship, but she was offered a great career opportunity and took it. Once she was gone, the ship started to sink really fast. Complacency, disrespect, lack of motivation, and pure monotony took over in the business area. dealing with that type of environment was the hardest part of the job.
I use to come to work and enjoy my day so much that I would that I would lose track of time. There were times when I would stay behind and just chat with my co worker who had another hour to work, and I would help her get her paperwork together, and I didn't mind a bit. Management was on their P's and Q's because the boss held no punches. I learned my way around the hospital's network and the program it ran off and how to navigate through it, and I also learned to assert myself politely.
I had my circle of people to help me forget about time and the days went by quickly.
New mgmt was horrible, 30 min lunch, no snacks on the line. horrible parking
The atmosphere was light. The people who surrounded were fun loving and hard working. The pay was good. Management was very open minded; co-workers became friends. The hardest part of the job being hungry and waiting to go to lunch. The most enjoyable part of CMMC was the laughs we had to make us lose track time, but most of all it was the joy I received just from helping people.
I learned so much while being there and made good friends