PCT (Patient Care Technician) (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – December 12, 2018
This company does not care about their workers. Never was able to get any time off and if you got hurt on the job they wanted you back on the job as soon as possible and did not care if you were better.
Mercy is a great place to work always friendly and very encouraging to staff and patients. Makes for a great environment room for growth. professional an courteous. Very aware of the nature of the business they are in.
If you like to help people Hospitals are a good start
Management (Former Employee) – Sioux City, IA – December 3, 2018
I worked with a team that was second to none. If you don't have a great team to work with it will be next to impossible to achieve mission goals. There is a high turn around at the administration level beginning with the CEO, in less than 5 years there have been 3 CEO and 6 different V.P. They have been working hard to change the culture.
I worked for Mercy for 10 years and then was left in the wilderness via a layoff. The only benefit I can say i truly received from working here was tuition reimbursement. I constantly looked for other jobs that I very well qualified for but never got any feedback or interviews
Courier (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – November 5, 2018
awesome respect my manager as a courrior and boss wanted to do better everyday! Loved driving for Mercy! It was a great challenge! It felt I was making a Differance in a positive way. Great examples of proffsional people.
Lead Office Specialist (Current Employee) – 301 St. Paul Pl. , Baltimore, MD 21202 – October 30, 2018
A busy environment with wonderful patients. Learned more each day about Lymphedema therapy. Instructed techs. and students on new projects to be done to ensure efficiency of the department. Had he opportunity to touch the lives of many sick patients. The hardest part of the job was to watch patients health decline.
Medical-Surgical Nurse (Former Employee) – Redding, CA – October 28, 2018
Employees are always hard working. Management was terrible. No support to staff. Long hours with minimal breaks due to no floor coverage. Never able to staff any CNAs due to unwillingness to pay. No lift team.
Nursing Support Technician (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – October 25, 2018
I really enjoyed working at MMC ER in Baltimore, MD. I felt like we were family. We all helped each other. Being a part of the team was extremely rewarding for me. I was very sad to go - I left because my mother became ill and I needed to move to Miami to take care of her. I will always keep my experiences at MMC in my heart - I truly loved this job!
Caring and nurturing working environment / Great advancement opportunities
A little far from where I lived in Annapolis (but it was worth it)
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – October 25, 2018
The director of the floor I worked on was a very negative person. She bullied me and recruited others to join. She did everything she could to push me out. The floor was chaotic at best and the environment was not conducive to any kind of good patient care. The EHR was difficult to navigate and took forever to chart on. There was minimal to no team work and patients were not taken care of well at all. It was by far the worst experience I've ever had working on the floor.