Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Kingwood, TX – June 17, 2018
This is by far the worst company I have ever worked for. One of the dr’s talks bad about nurses to the patients which makes them think it is ok to talk down to the nurses as well and when the patients do yell or talk down to the staff nothing is said to the patients because “they’re always right” Turn over date is ridiculously high, no respect for the employees from management, HR doesn’t answer any questions or concerns that are voiced. I was there for over a year and never got offered a raise and there are people that have been there for 5+ years and have still not received raise. This company is awful to the employees. Run far if you’re offered a job at kingwood.
Certified Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Lake Jackson, TX – April 27, 2018
This company is a great company to work for. You will always feel welcome and supported. They work with your hours and you are given plenty of time off to focus on family and other things. You get great benefits and opportunities for advancement.
Director of Human Resources (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – April 24, 2018
More Work to be done within this organization. Managers, Directors, and Executives need consistent leadership development. They must learn to not react but become proactive. Seek data to support decisions, and not make decision based on emotions or opinions. Research concerns and not base their actions on what one person says without investigating. This organization taught me what not to do.
Great Benefits, Strong Faith Base
Poor Communication, No Collaboration, Poor Senior Leadership, Lack of Support
Sterile Processing Technician (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – April 11, 2018
they are horrible high infection rate and no good upper management all the sterile processing department employees are lie and don't have a clue to what they are doing. i would not send my dog to have surgery at this infectious place
The hospital is a very friendly and welcoming place. The staff are very professional and compassionate. The organization's greatest asset is the quality of the staff who perform in a very professional manner.
I started working as Patient Access 1....in the Emergency Room..they didn't do any classroom training at all....they sat me there next to a working patient access employee and expected me to learn everything by watching her while she was veerrrrry busy and basically had no time to do any hands on. No training manuals....after 5 days of so called training (watching people work) the manager expected me to know all the systems plus make calls for Drs and nurses and do other things not in my job description. If you want a job where they basically just throw you to the dogs and you learn on your own and the manager gets upset and talks about you behind your back when you ask for more training ......this is the job for you. The pay is great but the way I was made to feel while in so called training was terrible. Not worth the pay.
N/a (Current Employee) – Kingwood, TX – February 19, 2018
This location is horrible. It’s an unsafe environment. Management verbally disrespects their staff. Patients witness this all the time. High staff turnover due to employees voluntarily leaving the company. No growth. Very low pay with more work. Lack of trust. Under staffed. Highly Stressful. Questionable activity that somehow CHI is overlooking. Other than that the staff is great but poor management.
Great staff, fast pace
No breaks, Issue with overtime, poor management, Lack of trust, Low pay, No security
Sugarland has its ups and downs but some of the people at this location are truly kind and caring. I like working with my co-workers. They are basically my second family. I enjoy all aspects of my job. There are plenty of opportunities to grow and learn. I like the fact that I can work independently on my tasks with little to no supervisions.
CARDIAC MONITOR TECH (Current Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – January 11, 2018
For people interested in owning skills and learning to become better healthcare employees, this job is a great opportunity. You coworkers are there to support each other and the learn to be better healthcare professionals.
LVN Emergency Department (Current Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – December 29, 2017
Great place to work in my opinion. The level of dedication required to complete the mission of a not for profit faith faith based organization is significant. They are leaders in every aspect of health care within the community and strive to maintain excellence.
Very fast-paced, high acuity patient's. Positive team work et better communication between physician's et nursing than any previous nursing experience. All hospital settings struggle with staffing issues et shortages, however, CHI tries to cover these shortages quickly et efficiently. Nurses have exceptional clinical skills.
Poor management. Employees not valued. Threatened.
Cath Lab RN (Current Employee) – Medical center – November 30, 2017
Sad state of management. Employees severely overworked with no concern of amount of hours in a day or return the next day. Staff afraid to speak up or retaliation from management. Patient safety at risk. Employees leaving by the droves.
E.V.S. Specialist (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – November 13, 2017
enjoyed working with staff and helping patients and would recommend working for them also can be stressful at times I was employed there for 2 years and learned a lot wished they had room for advancement.