Was surrounded by exceptional employees and able to mentor. Promoted several from within and created new departments to promote two others. CFO was new to position, created issues within the departments he managed.
LPN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – May 1, 2018
A typical day on med/surg unit at doctors hospital is a very busy and educational day. Team work has inproved over the past few years due to the new manager. I truly enjoyed working with her and the new team she built. I will miss working with her and my old team.
great team work, excellent floor management, very educational
if you consider being busy every day a con its the only one that i can think of, however i like staying busy.
fast paced, unrealistic expectations placed on staff, awful company culture
Registered Phlebotomy Technician (Former Employee) – Nassau, NY – February 19, 2018
I worked part time and had no benefits or opportunities for growth. lunch breaks were frowned upon, one person was expected to do the job of 3 to 4 different people during the busiest time of the week. management was intimidating and dismissive.
Staff Nurse on 5W Med/Surg (Current Employee) – Augusta, GA – January 9, 2018
doctors hospital is a great place to work. family environment, management is great, overtime is not a problem, coworkers are awesome, teamplayers. its a fast paced environment and it gets stressful sometimes, but we all work together to get the job done.
CERTIFIED RESPIRATORY THERAPIST (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – January 5, 2018
Was a wonderful environment to work. Then came new CEO & management, closing of various out patient departments without warning. Work place became hostile during the past 5-6 years. Team work and management support extremely poor. Moral was severely lost.
Coding/Billing Specialist (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – December 21, 2017
Too many rules, it's like being in prison. I'm a hard worker with integrity, I don't need constant supervision. My most recent manager was great, the ladies I worked with were awesome! The culture there was awful, very high turnover.
multiskills technician (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – October 22, 2017
Doctors hospital managment suck. They lack integrity and management experience The manager of the floor I worked on wanted power to tell the workers what to do and when to do it never was a team player. She lack the ability to help her workers when they was overwhelmed with workload(patients)
Doctors Hospital was owed by a group of doctors that happened to choose the wrong management.
Medical Transcriptionist and Data Entry (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – October 4, 2017
Doctors Hospital has closed. I believe the mismanagement of the hospital contributed to its closing. For the data entry position they had me working in the corner of their basement laboratory. Then I advanced to a medical transcription position and was moved up to the transcription department on the first floor.
Clinical (STAFF) Pharmacist (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – September 28, 2017
I enjoyed my time at Doctors. The people are friendly and promote a good work environment. I had no issues with management, but most others did as she appeared to be in over her head and lashed out at the staff. I personally did not experience this but witnessed it and listened to people who were uncomfortable..
conflict with mangement and staff spilled over onto other people
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Opelousas, LA – September 18, 2017
12 hour days, learned and training was excellent, management was great., nothing was hard about the job. I loved the people I worked with and for. I had to relocate because of death in my family home was sold.
excellent place to work
they did not have one i could tranfer to in Lafayette, La
Smeads Manufacturing Packer and Machine operator (Current Employee) – New Straitsville, OH – September 15, 2017
I was purging old records on a daily basis. It was interesting seeing familiar names. I was HIPPA trained before I could even start this job. I even got to see 1 very famous name. I was hired as a temp, so I knew that it was not going to last long. The management were very laid back and let me work at my own pace. The job was very easy. I would have to go to the records room to pick up as many files as I could and take them back to the room they gave me to purge the, I would look thru every file and put the ones that were older than 10 years old to the side to be shredded.
A typical day at work would be like very busy, long hrs. and very stressful.unethical and unprofessional. Poor management will push out good, hard working and excellent customer service employees. Management is biased by the employees with seniority. work is not hard, patients are not difficult even the hrs. are not a big of deal. I loved working with patients.
working long hrs. short staff. bad communication between manager, supervisors and employees.
Patient Care Technician extern (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 14, 2017
typical day at work will be helping patients feel better by helping bathing,feeding,bed change, etc.... i learned how to make hospital beds look great, management is rude, work place was not the best feeling, hardest part of my job was having 16 patients to my self. part of my job that i enjoy was going home knowing i made a change in someones life today