Registered Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Odessa, TX – May 6, 2018
I loved this job. I would move back just to get this job back. Everything was great. I think management had some problem. Providers were great. Love the people that I worked with great team work. Loved the insurance, benifits from day one, you can use badge to get lunches and pharmacy medications. Weather is awesome there.
you work with other departments to ensure their needs are met in regards to scheduling. You discuss patient procedures with drs offices and patients. verify insurance and inform patient of their preparations and needs on the day of their procedure.
There's a lot of work and not enough workers. Other than that the people are what actually makes the place a great place to work. Good benefits! At the time I worked there, the management team worked really hard to make sure patients were being treated right. Of course, you can't please everyone but they try to.
Phlebotomist/Registrar (Current Employee) – Odessa, TX – March 17, 2018
When I first started it was fun due to I had just finished my certification with AAPC on medical Coding. Started out as part-time, then we had a crunch on how we were short on employees so we did over-time to accommodate those shifts, they decided then to offer me a full-time since I knew all the locations. Now that I have had 2 evaluations my pay is still the same no advancement or over-time, and we are all over worked with limited hours..but we are all full-time. So this is now my chance to go get my degree and further my education in Medical Coding for an associate degree in science.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Odessa, TX – February 1, 2018
Many of the managers and educators have very little actual nursing experience, which leads to a situation where no one knows what they are doing. Assistant CNOs and many of the nursing directors have about 2 years of floor experience, and the educators even less. The educators do not educate, they teach endless CPR classes and Nursing Orientation, since the turnover rate is so high. They do not spend time on the floor helping nurses understand their jobs. It is a joke. I learned from old nurses with many years experience, and you cannot find this at MCH. In fact, the smarter and more experienced you are, the less likely you are to be in a position of teaching and helping others. They seem to only put those with very little experience in leadership positions. Nurses have 6-7 patients a piece, which is way too many- while all the while piling more and more for the nurse to do, without the adequate tools to do so. The computers don't work, so you cant do your job. There is an atmosphere of bullying and retaliation among leaders that regular folks cannot break through. If you are not in their clique, you will never be promoted.
Mostly nice people. Good cafeteria
No advancement, no bonus or ladder, took retirees benefits away, poor money management, poor leadership
Information Technology (Former Employee) – Odessa, TX 79761 – January 13, 2018
I have been working for MCH for the past eight years and in that time I've seen a lot of changes mostly negative and that amount of time we continue to build new buildings while cutting employee benefits and retirement. At the same rate the current CEO yearly pay is over $440,000 a year. I can say from personal experience that you do not want to trust management. For a non-profit hospital that is supposed to be owned and ran by the county this place sure is concerned about making money. If the citizens of Ector County only knew how this place was being ran they would demand their tax dollars return.
8-5 Monday through Friday Job
Lack of managment espically in the upper administration area
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – January 2, 2018
The medical center is a good job I like working with people the customer was always good to you I'm only thing I did was clean the rooms I was a housekeeper but going in and dealing with the patient was a great experience even though I only have to clean their rooms about their floors but once you're dealing with those patient and only thing you have to do is make sure they have a good and experienced during the time that they're there and it was great it was it was great idea like the job on I had to leave because I had to relocate in my living arrangements and my childcare but overall it was a great job
I worked in many different areas over my tenor at medical center. It was a rare group of therapist that strived to make it a well renowned facility that provided quality care for its patients. team work was an important aspect of this facility. There are always issues with paper work here and there but for the most part you had support when you needed it and could talk about and work to resolve your work related issues.
This was the most enjoyable place I have ever had the pleasure of working.
Registered Nurse, Flex Pool Staff (Former Employee) – Odessa, TX – November 27, 2017
The 12 hour shifts were always busy. Team work was incredible. There were always classes available to update your medical skills. Management was excellent and above. Overall workplace culture was top of the line. I enjoyed every day at this hospital. I had a chance to work in many locations and enjoyed each. The hardest thing was to change floors in mid shift, however, the team was always there to make the transition smooth as possible. The most enjoyable moments was when a patient would find out where you were working and come to give you a hug and to thank you or the home made card from a child you were able to help when they were sick. I have kept every one!