Medical Transcriptionist/Editor (Former Employee) – Asheville, NC – August 2, 2018
Best employer I ever had, and perhaps an ideal employer. Our entire staff was furloughed and that is the only reason why I left. Training and supervising others, and particularly firing other employees was the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job was that I was a top-ranked employee of 51 people in terms of accuracy and productivity and I was considered very hard-working and dependable. I was required to be in a leadership position, particularly when it came time to change software programs for job assignments and scripting and for including documents in the overall hospital system for access by all providers affiliated with the system.
Loved working for Mission Health.
Sometimes managment perhaps depended too much on me.
HIM Specialist (Former Employee) – Asheville, NC – July 17, 2018
Contract work, no benefits, long hours, great pay, excellent work conditions, very detailed spreadsheet type work. Learned new software. Management seemed biased. Short lunch breaks yet close to various restaurant/ food trucks.
I currently work for Mission Weight Management Center. I enjoy working for Mission and would like to transfer closer to home. I love working as a CMA and love my job it's just stressful having such a long comute.
Program Coordinator (Current Employee) – Asheville, NC – May 17, 2018
I have held several different positions with Mission Health over the years, and my experiences have never been less than pleasant. Each unit or department that I have worked in had excellent leadership, and I was always presented with opportunities to advance and grow.
Mission Hospital has been an excellent place to work for many years. I have always felt fortunate to have such an excellent employer, and grateful for the many great supervisors I have had through the years.
Colleagues and co workers are wonderful people, but middle and upper management are out of touch with employees and we suffer because of that fact. It is not a bad place to work if you are a medical professional, for all others it is not so great.
Most days at work involve performing different duties which allows me to learn different skills. The management treats me fairly and is supportive.The hardest part of my job is dealing with time frames at unexpected times..
Worst experience of my life! I started this job thinking I was going to advance in the company but when I tried to transfer I was turned down because they needed the help so bad! The turnover is outrageous! Supervisors care nothing about the employees! If you get fired good luck finding another job in healthcare because they own everything in the area!
Medical Transcriptionist/Editor (Former Employee) – Mission and home – February 21, 2018
I enjoyed transcription. On production and pay was good. I worked from home 13 years. This made me feel out of the loop but I couldn't drive to the hospital every day to work. Would have been happier with management if they kept us informed we were told we would not have a job 2 weeks before last day of work. D