Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Troy, MO – July 1, 2018
A select few of the nurses in the emergency room are mean and spiteful and gossip incessantly . They are burnt out and need to change careers ASAP. They will run you ragged and then complain about you and then run you off the job. Duties include taking vitals, charting and cleaning rooms.
employees in different parts of the hospital are kind
Cardiac Sonographer (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 20, 2018
A very good place to work and grow your skills as a beginner and to learn new ones as a seasoned worker. The management in the department are knowledgeable with all of the areas covered and supervise fairly.
Patient Account Representative (Current Employee) – OK – June 11, 2018
Pay scale and lack of advancement opportunities are horrible. Too many chiefs, not enough Indians, so guess who gets paid well and who doesn't. Dr's/PA's/nursing staff are disrespectful in that they believe their jobs are the only ones at Mercy. (Granted it is a hospital system, but it takes a village. Only if you are no one of the aforementioned, you're an "idiot".)
Food Service Tech I (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – June 6, 2018
From when I was working there at the time. It was trays would go down a conveyor belt. What the ticket needed you would put the food item on the tray or plate. Then those trays get but into a big cart. Then pushed up to the floors and left there for the nurses to take the trays to the patients. After that we take a 30 minute break. Then start grabbing the carts and bring them down and breaking them down taking all the trays and cleaning them off.
Ergonomic Specialist (Former Employee) – Saint Johns, MO – June 1, 2018
Mercy is a great place to work, if you are religious and are willing to become a robot. I had some very bad experiences due to my lack of religious involvement. That made the work environment a bit more stressful than it needed to be.
CLINIC STAFF SUPERVISOR (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – June 1, 2018
Overseen 45+ coworkers daily, payroll, ordered supplies, managed/created schedules, coded and processed invoices for AP. The hardest part of my job would be the channels you would need to go through to get anything approved.
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 29, 2018
I can adapt well to any job place in. Worked pretty hard but I feel like that pay wasn’t enough. Enjoyed my time there. I loved and enoyed meeting and seeing new faces at work. Patients was a pleasure to work with.
Technician (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – May 13, 2018
All upper management shares with one another including the HR team who is supposed to be trustworthy. When bad management is placed, no one listens to the staff. The staff is wonderful and the job itself would be great if upper management would put caring people in leadership positions and not friends.
CST (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – May 13, 2018
Worst place I have ever worked :(. I was lied to by management when I was hired. My first week we had a meeting about bullying in the OR. The staff are very unhappy and unkind. Bullies are reported but nothing is done to stop them. Very very stressful :(
Medical Technologist (Former Employee) – Rogers, AR – May 4, 2018
...at least in regards to how they treat employees. In two words: over-worked and under-appreciated. Workplace bullying is rampant. Employees are treated like children, yet most are professionals and deserve to be treated better.
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – May 2, 2018
Administration only cares about what causes them less work and saves them a few extra bucks. The co-workers and patients suffer because of them. You work your butt off for the patients and for yourself and it's never enough.
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – Branson – April 19, 2018
This company claims to have great work/family life balance, and that's a lie you get PTO but is unable to use it or they wait til the last minute to tell you if your approval is denied or not. They get mad if they approve a day off for you and then realize it's a holiday they didn't remember and you didn't tell them. Anyone higher up then you will talk to you like your scum and if you tell the upper management they won't do anything about it. This is not a faith base environment unless your a patient. They don't practice their mission with their employees just the patients. Pay is terrible ad well you can make more doing front desk hotel than working here.