Yes, I do not know. I was employed as a surgical Assistant. I do not know what others get paid. During the time of employment there, I had a very nice time and zero incidents. I would like to highly .recommend this company
Nice place to work at times. Can be a bit overwhelming under staffed and underpaid which makes for a unattractive work environment. At times it seems as if the nurses are against the nursing assistants when in fact we are a team. Probably wouldn't mind being over worked if the pay was a little better. Some days are good others can be too much wished it was a smoother sailing ship.
I enjoy working at Methodist, I have very flexible hours and a great work life balance. My supervisor is great and supportive but there are others. In general you have 5-6 patients and as soon as you have discharged one you have a new one in the room. No time to take a breath in between.
When arriving to work you are already coming into a very busy work environment. Patients are already there from the night shift then new patients arriving whether through walk in or ambulance. The goal of the workplace is to give the best care by prioritizing each situation. And treating all patients with respect.
The hardest part of the job was trying to be everywhere at the same time.
I loved making my patients feel better and encouraging them or some time just listening. Also, being able to place an IV or venipuncture on hard stick patients and them being very appreciative.
Working at Methodist Health System was an experience I loved. Working in a hospital setting is very different than anywhere else. It is non-stop 24/7 that never closes so adjusting to work scheduling with weekends and holidays is very important. A typical day at work is very fast pace, and can be kept on your feet all day between 8-12 hour shifts. Most enjoyable part of the job is making patients happy and feeling better.
I was a student first for clinical rotations and offered a job before moving onto my next rotation site so the interview process for was laid back already knowing management. There are teams you work on like cardio, neuro, general, etc and because of that, there is some cliques going on. Most everyone was willing to help and explain, some with attitude. Loved most of the doctors and nurses I worked with.
Avoid this person at ANY CO YOU WORK FOR IN HOUSTON, TX. Very BAD attitude, not pleasant, bias, never pleasant, not approachable, not friendly.... NEVER. Doesn’t want to show you the ropes but always wants to kick you down and tell you what’s not right. If she doesn’t like you then your doomed, she will do whatever she can to get rid of you and it’s very sad. I was surprised HR didn’t get rid of her sooner.....
Friendly patient volume. Fun environment during holiday season. Direct access to the parades and marathons. Great Italian cuisine any day in the bistro in the hospital cafeteria. Happy co workers that love to up lift each other. Professional code of conduct expectations.
Love Methodist Germantown. I have been here nearly 20 years.
I worked for another hospital for 8 years before coming here.
After being here a couple of works I could definitely see the difference and knew I could stay here for a long time. Management gives you a good feeling about your job and keeps you in the
know about new things, Everyday I am helping someone and that
gives me a good feeling. Methodist is a hospital of diversity and I
am proud to say I work here.