Crossed Trained Assistant (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – September 5, 2018
I liked the people I worked with and the patients I helped. However, the CNO does not respect aides/LPN's like he should. Treats them like they are nothing. The company as a whole does not recognize aides like they should. We do a lot for nurses and never get recognized.
good job to start with if your are going to school
SR. PATIENT ACCESS REPRESENTATIVE/CTA (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – May 30, 2018
Definitely a good place to gain experience in all different departments. The department you are hired for isn't always where you work. competitive pay compared to other hospitals in the area with better benefits than most.
Asst Admin, asst. Dir. Of Educ, Vol. Managr (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – June 25, 2017
This is an excellent company to work with and for. Very supportive for growth and continued education opportunities. Managment is suburb. Great leadership. Top 100 rated places to work in the country. Stay current with future inavative technologies as well as futuristic ideas to expand patient care.
Housekeeping Supervisor/Inspector (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – March 16, 2017
Started working here part time in laundry and shortly after i started was asked if i would be interested in being a housekeeper room inspector that position lasted for 6 months was then promoted to front desk and then front desk manager
It was a difficult environment with unrealistic expectations without financial support.
Food Service Director (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – January 30, 2017
It was a very stressful environment and administration had unrealistic goals without the budget to allow for desired improvements. The job required 50-60 hours most weeks and did not allow for a balanced family life. There was an obvious presence of favoritism and lack of upper management support.
Unorganized departments that are constantly shorthanded
Insurance Verifier (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – March 16, 2016
I learned several things about insurance websites and how to verify patients benefits. The most difficult part of the job is the workload. They have extremely unreal expectations of what the employees are able to accomplish in a day. They do not encourage they only complain nonstop about the outrageous amount of work we are to finish but they do not give us the training or correct amount of staff to complete the day. They have placed a supervisor in a position over one of the most important and crucial departments and she cannot perform the basic job functions. The staff has no confidence in that person and we have to rely on each other if we need assistance.
It is Monday-Friday, 8 hours a day, our department is allowed to dress casually
housekeeping (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – January 14, 2016
Was a great company to work for until hillcrest bought them.Ever since the hospital went downhill and we lost a ton of great managers and co workers.Too much work to do everyday and was always short handed.
Telemetry RN (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – January 4, 2016
this is the only hospital i have worked at since being a new nurse for the last 7 and a half years but it has been good. Management is good and staff are friendly they work with your schedule as best as possible
Echo Tech (Current Employee) – hillcrest south – August 11, 2015
Co-workers are great, easy to get along with and are willing to answer any questions that might come up. A typical day is coming into the department seeing how many study's there are and taking off with your list for the day.