Driver/Mechanic (Former Employee) – PACE – February 13, 2019
I was terminated for a True Care Behavioral standard that I was never formally trained on. And then was told that it was abandonment! I had a flex schedule and texted mgr. that day and say I was gone for rest of the day! I truly believe that one hand doesn't know what the other is doing there! Then was told by HR that I was put on paid admin leave only to find out they took my PTO away and never paid me for my paid leave! And as the speech therapist said back in March, if you speak your peace about something and not agree with them you are put on their radar to get rid of! Bullies and no regard to educate employees just want to work work work them to death! Horrible place to be employed! Former PACE employee!
Patient Access Representative I (Former Employee) – Cheyenne, WY – February 4, 2019
The training was way more enjoyable than the actual job itself. The management from supervisors up to the director are poor. They treat you like you are less than and they treat you more like a child that they have to take care of then a employee.
I heard so many times they value you as an employee and then later they all turn their backs on you and make you out to be the bad person. Favoritism is played well in this position and they pick and choose who they want to befriend, when in all actuality they should be there helping you learn
Again horrible place to work, everyone seems to always want to get hired at the hospital but at what expense, you pride and dignity will be tested that’s for sure.
See above. Benefits were excellent. Management was supportive - genuinely. I was allowed to hire proficient practioners. I wrote a 16-week oriention manuual for new grads who wanted to work on a Neuroscience Unit - I wrote this with the assistance of our unit educator and the Director. It was very successful and there were no worries that the new nurse would be thrown in to staffing prior to completing a successful orientation because they were not counted in staffing mix. If you want an almost ideal place to work, this would be it.
supportive management, staffing excellent, pay excellent and one would get bonuses/awards and generous tuition reimbursement, Shared governance units, recruitment and retention committees
The weather in Cheyenne is not terrific; cold. I can't think of any other "cons"
Cheyenne Regional Medical Center was my home for almost three years. I worked in the laboratory, it was absolutely wonderful. The overall environment differs form floor to floor, unit to unit, but it was a great experience to me.
The most enjoyable part of the job was my co workers. The hardest part was the bullying by management. Workplace culture was tough as anything slightly said wrong held against you. Management allows bullying to continue even after being reported to Supervisor. I learned so much about Insurance company's and their billing practices.
Home Health Unit Operation Coordinator (Former Employee) – Cheyenne, WY – September 17, 2018
Expectations were to handle patients who needed an alert device installed in their home that allowed them to wear a neclace around their neck and they can push the button incase they fell and couldn't reach the phone.
I received phone calls regarding patients in need of nurses or other employee's in the department such as physical therepists, billing, or counceling.
I handled my specific job duties regarding my unit installations for patients. Questions regarding the units functionality, or schedule of delivery.
I enjoyed working with people.
I didn't care as much to use my vehilce. Driving around town.
Extern Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Cheyenne, WY – July 23, 2018
The managers and office staff were great to work with It is a fasted paced job and there is a lot expected of you to do They train very well and continually check in to make sure you are doing everything correct.
Registered Nurse - Inpatient Behavioral Health (Current Employee) – Cheyenne, WY – July 18, 2018
This hospital is like nowhere I have ever worked.
Leadership is encouraging, involved and supportive. This is a safe learning environment with psychiatrists and NPs who demonstrate respect for all levels of employees. The same kindness and compassion that we show to our patients daily, is also extended to staff.
Leadership observes quality employees and hands out praise freely. When undesirable choices are made by staff, leadership uses the opportunity to teach, encourage and help people grow. This is a JUST culture, exactly as the hospital preaches during your first week of orientation.
Phenomenal work environment that trickles down from the top (hospital administrator - east building)!
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Cheyenne, WY – May 1, 2018
I really enjoyed working at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center. I learned lots they were very flexible and supportive of my education. The staff worked will together. I loved how the Nurses and the CNAs worked together to help each other out and to provide the best care to the patients and support to their families.
At Cheyenne Regional Medical Center all employees are treated as one. We are there for the support of the healthcare and life satisfaction for the members of clothe community. It does not matter what position an individual holds.
Excellent benefit package including constantly accruing PTO.
Sometimes it can be overly stressful when the patient count is higher than normal.
Billing Specialist I (Current Employee) – Cheyenne, WY – April 1, 2018
Management does what they want and play favoritisms. If anyone tries to stand up for what is fair or correct we are pulled into private "meetings" and told we are negative and bringing down the entire department. Select favorites get away with anything they want including leaving early and not showing up but others who have medical conditions or family emergencies get written up and punished because "that is policy".
Loved job until manager became director. Then new manager was a lying bully. If you went against her, you got terminated using TRUE CARE violations. Specific manager lied to HR while she herself was breaking rules. Brought illegal Cuban cigars back and passed them out at work. Terrible example for a manager to set. Her bosses ignored her anger issues and let a very dedicated employee get terminated without just cause. Avoid PACE program at all costs!
Loved pts and most coworkers
Manager was a bully who punished for disagreeing with her