Construction Assistant (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – January 15, 2019
This is the best workplace and everyday I felt blessed to work there. Each day was challenging but very rewarding. The group of project managers were nice and not demanding. The management were also very supportive. The workplace was very focused on the patients. At times when there were many projects under construction the contractors would not provide the correct information on their invoices/pay apps which would make it challenging to identify which project the invoice was for. I had a wonderful co-worker to share the office and tasks with and I enjoyed working with her.
Commute on Metro to and from the hospital was compensated.
DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS SERVICES / PATIENT ACCESS (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – January 15, 2019
Worked numerous hours during the week to put out fires and attend pointless meetings. Then worked on the weekends to get real job done. The paycheck was good but not worth it due to the lack of work life balance.
I'm a Patient Access Coordinator at night in the ER and I love my team. Everyone that I work with get along with each other. I have learned to manage my team. The culture with Houston Methodist is positive and uplifting. We have what we call the ICare Values and this is how we show care towards our patients and each other. The hardest part about my job is working nights being away from my daughter. I love working with my team, we get things done in a timely manner.
Surgery Department biller (Current Employee) – Sugar land Methodist Hospital – January 4, 2019
A typical day for me is ensuring all patients and my peers treated with the upmost respect. I have learned that company is a cultural diverse and spiritual base hospital, excellent in healthcare leading medicine. The management teams pushes the employees to further their education, while growing with the company. The most enjoyable part of my job is the patients and employees building personal relationships.
Houston Methodist lives up to its values and mission daily. As a magnet hospital, the nurses provide top notch care to all their patients. The company cares about its employees and patients like no other hospital I have worked for.
Coordinator (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – December 22, 2018
The Houston Methodist Hospital holds its employees accountable for their performance, knowledge, customer satisfaction. We together as a Team, from administration to housekeeping make us Leading Medicine...
Had a wonderful experience working at methodist during an operations internship. While it is unpaid, Methodist employees will provide an excellent foundation for students looking to get into hospital admin.
ER Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Baytown – December 16, 2018
I really loved working for Methodist i was there for 11 years. I only left because of a move. If I go back i will be looking for a job at Methodist. They are not perfect but in my option they care about the staff and really try to make it a great place to work. due to that it is a great place.
Houston Methodist Hospital offers great benefits to all of their employees and strive to make everyone feel like they are a part of team. They embrace the whole person including emotional, ethical, physical, and spiritual needs. They treat every individual as a person of worth, dignity, and value.
PCA Personal Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Baytown, TX – December 5, 2018
When staffing is full work is easy going, short staff is not so much team work is good for the most part, working RN's and physicians was a great learning experience fast pace. One hard part about the job not being recognized for the hard work Nursing Assistance do. Great part is the trust is receive from patients there families and my coworkers