HCA Ambulatory Surgery Division
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  • CEO
    Greg Beasley President Ambulatory Surgery Division
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
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Business Office Specialist in Reston, VA
on February 19, 2018
I learned a good deal about the day to day running of the front desk and some other aspects of the business office. I like the interaction with the patients, having things in order for them and making their experience at the center comfortable.
Surgical Technologist in Marietta, GA
on August 20, 2021
Management was not supportive. The facility manager & DON routinely dogged out staff in the hallway in front of other staff. Ridiculed people & made people feel unwelcomed. A very negative work environment so much so if you see the physicians on other facilities they encourage you to leave. Many of them left. Only remaining physicians are negative themselves. Then you don't get your hours. They call you off the day before which makes it difficult to arrange to work elsewhere to get hours.
Business Office Manager in Arlington, TX
on August 17, 2021
HCA is the worst place to work for. Don’t get sick or they’ll fire you on the spot the Dallas management is horrible those people do not know what they’re doing or how they’re doing it they’re just pure evil
PACU Nurse in Kissimmee, FL
on July 19, 2021
Charge nurse was rude, management was unsupportive. Doctors would belittle staff in front of patients. Horrible work environment. Great anesthesia staff.
Business Office Specialist in Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
on June 22, 2021
Too much work, not enough staff. When you want to ask for PTO, they ask you who will cover your shift. My co workers are nice. Management sucks. The new people employed now are making way more then me with no degree. I've been there for 4 years with the same exact pay.

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