Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – March 6, 2017
to manage health care, you should know something about healthcare. only a hands on person can relate to what the staff needs. To keep the floor running and us to saving lives. Management needs to spend more time on the floor and less time in the office. I would like for the staff to be more pleasant to the patients. they didn't ask to be sick. I love putting a smile on people faces. giving a person a since of purpose.
CT Technologist (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – March 18, 2018
Worst job I’ve got myself into. Left after only 90 days. Will never return to work or even see the DMC again! Shift leader treated everyone poor and upper management did not care or even try to fix the problem. More like leave if you don’t like it. Don’t want to keep top quality staff at all.
Nice ER staff
Leadership worst ever! Forced overtime! Leadership plays games with your life!
Patient Safety Attendant (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – September 14, 2017
A typical day at work begins and end with patients fighting staff and ends with staff in the clinic which was the most stressful part of the job. I have learned that places like this should care more about the safety of staff members instead of themselves as leaders. Unfair management, multicultural workplace environment. As I remember; I never had any enjoyable or pleasant days at work nor was the job itself interesting or enjoyable
Diet Office Clerk/Dietary Aide (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – February 9, 2017
My duties consisted of making sure the patients were pleased with the meal selections provided through my department. Since the patients were hospitalized they didn't have much of choice of their own so being able to choose what they can eat within their diet made them feel good and made me feel good as well. Most of the time friends and family thought my job only consisted of feeding the patients but it was so much more. Some patients had no family so when I would visit their rooms to get their menu selection they had so much to talk about and I didn't mind being a listening ear. I learned how food can effect the body and the different diets that we wouldn't even think existed when we're in the comforts of our own home. Working in food service I interacted with many different cultures. So many specialty food preferences were followed, mainly the Kosher diets. It was so fascinating to me to learn all the different diets and how they were prepared. Management took great care of the patients and employees. The hardest part of my job was getting attached to patients who were regulars in the hospital and we would learn of their passing away. The overall experience was a joy because I was able to put a smile on someones face when they didn't think they would ever smile again because of an illness they were battling.
Polysomnographic Technologist (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – January 17, 2017
Love the DMC .friendly and safe work place fast pace great place to learn you see tons of different cases.my manger is great really cares about her techs.i also love working here because its close to my home