Loved my Supervisor but the Manager was too arrogant. I liked my hours from 7:30am to 4:30pm. I was switched to 3 locations.people are always calling in. They need to hire someone part time or a float position to cover areas that are sjort staffed.
I have learned and grown so much as a tech over the past 2 years. Everyone is so kind and friendly the moment you walk in the door for the shift. Working with these people really changes the mood and desire of going in to work.
I am in charge of making sure that all the providers that are employed with Midland Memorial Hospital are credentialed and that all their licences and insurances are current. I also make sure that we have all the supplies we need to make our jobs easier.
Love working with the Providers
Some are kinda rude but once i talk to them they warm up to me
This hospital has come along way from when I worked there. The team I worked with was great but management needed some work. I felt that there was lack of communication between management. The hardest part of my job was when other would call in last minute and that put everyone else in a bind.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Midland, TX – May 6, 2018
As a previous housekeeper in this hospital, I have to say the management is very poor as far as supervisors and flexing with the employee's needs. They're not very helpful when it comes to teaching you what you should know, and they want it done a certain way right down to the T.
Tech Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Midland, TX – May 3, 2018
MMH is not a place you want to work for the IT Work Force, the IT Operations currently at the time of this writing has no clue to organization and will make changes to the system that affects the image of the department, but expects the staff to cover for them and make the end user feel that it was important and had to be done without any comments from said Manager. A lot of the department is still in flux from changes initiated both after the new tower and other managers since. The benefits are some of the worst in the town, and even for employees they are not very good if you have to have something done at your own facilities. If you want an entry level position this probably will be good for you if you do not have a family or lots of medical expenses. They do not offer training, but if you take the initiative to learn on your own, then there are growth potential to move from desktop to network/server team.,
Friendly people, you can eat at the cafeteria and have deducted from paycheck.
IT related, the staff is very PC illiterate, Dealing with Doctors and outside support, Beniffits bad
Enjoyed working in ante partum and labor and delivery. The area was stressful and territorial with some of the nurses. The nurse that trained me was very informative and giving in knowledge and training. I learned a lot from her we are still friends today.
The typical day involved data processing, working with the employees and supervisors. Great crew of people. My supervisor and the Director of the Food and Nutrition dept were very easy to work for. There was nothing hard about what I did. A good fun job.
Good place to work for, most employees look out for each other and value team work you will be appreciated they do a lot for their employees the shifts are usually 6a to 6p and you can self schedule yourself
The culture is all they care about. They demonstrate that they believe their employees are expendable and don't do anything to increase retention. They ask for employee feedback and then don't listen or act on anything they learn. The management is so busy adopting trendy workplace practices, they don't see how poorly they treat their employees.