I was proud for a while.
Answered - Practice Specialist (Former Employee) - Asheville, NC
Very positive. I am proud to work here.
Answered - Superivisor (Current Employee) - Asheville, NC
When I fist started at Mission I was so excited to say that I worked for Mission Hospital. My "team" was like a family. Then we got a new CFO, and a new VP (very top heavy at Mission) and they pushed the old CEO out and we received a new one that now carries the title "Dr." with his name; however, he has NEVER practiced medicine a day in his life!! Supposedly a "great place to work" became horrendous. It is all about the numbers baby because Mission has acquired all of the smaller hospitals in the area and most of the physician practices. So... if you are PUSHED out of Mission and you try to find something else in Asheville or the surrounding area you will NEVER be successful. It is impossible.
Now, I am ashamed to say that I ever worked for Mission and that I wasted 11 years of my life on the this place. I valued the people I met along the way. But the top heaviness of Mission is smothering. No one can breathe, and everyone feels everyday like that day could be the last. It has become a sad place to work.
At first I was so excited, I thought I was on my way to a great career now I am embarrassed to say I work here.
I felt good, the community respected most of all the people that work for Mission.
I feel it was a fun and an adventure everyday. Team leader was not a great communicator.
Answered - Patient.Registration (Former Employee) - Asheville, NC
I am not ashamed of the company I work for
Answered - Supervisor - Laundry Pack Room (Current Employee) - Asheville, NC
Good, I have no problem telling others about Mission.
Answered - Anesthesia Technician (Current Employee) - Asheville, NC