Room Service Ambassador (Former Employee) – Council Bluffs, IA – February 6, 2019
We had a pretty easy work load delivery patients their food and at the end of they day we had to clean the kitchen and stock the floors. When I was first hired my coworkers were amazing but when I was there for a while we hired new people that couldn't meet the minimum requirements for the job making everybody else's job harder.
RN (Former Employee) – Council Bluffs, IA – January 15, 2019
The administration was supportive and available. We did have a Nurse Union and negotiations were fair for the most part. My unit was cohesive and our director was amazing. We had one physician and he was definitely part of our team.
encouraged to work together for the patients benefit.
sometimes there were personality conflicts but that can occur anywhere.
Medical Record Analyst (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – December 28, 2018
I loved my job, but the company, in particular my manager does not like to have people with disabilities working there. I was not permitted to use ADA parking closest to where I worked, and I was not permitted to use a walker even when I was off the clock. I have also been black balked from working in the health system in the future.
Management at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital does not recognize employees
RN Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Council Bluffs, IA – December 13, 2018
Management does nothing to celebrate accomplishments of its employees. They do not encourage employees to become engaged in their area by getting certifications or obtaining more education. It allows an environment of bullying from managers and employees. Going to HR does nothing to help. They tell those who have gone to get help from them to just stay out of the bully’s way. There are a few good nurses that work there but most are just putting in their time.
Small hospital so has lower census, if you don’t want to work real hard
Bullying, uncaring management, favoritisms, unengaged employees and management, few opportunities for advancement
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – October 22, 2018
If Management doesn't like you, if you leave you will never be allowed to get re-hired. Had a death in family and was unable to finish 2 week notice. Not only did they try to say I didn't let they know and didn't show for last 2 days but also tried to make up things about plotting not show for last 2 days. And it is funny, never a bad review and company still uses my training material at the site I worked.
LPN Field Nurse (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – June 27, 2018
I very much enjoyed working at Methodist Hospital. As the medication nurse on the night shift I had a lot of responsibility to my patients. We were primarily a gyn surgical floor. There was a lot of pt. care, teaching, and nursing skill and comfort required.
RN night coordinator Oncology/Surgery (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – June 22, 2018
Methodist has been an excellent beginning to my nursing career. This Magnet hospital has provided me with all the tools that I need to succeed. From CEU courses, paid certification, amazing training courses and anatomy for me to grow.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – May 22, 2018
The ED staff was easy to work with and the transition from unit shift supervisor to staff nurse was easy. The ED nurses appreciated my experience and I learned the fine art of consoling patient families
Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee) – Council Bluffs, IA – May 20, 2018
Overall good place to work, however management often tells you what you want to hear rather than actually doing anything about it. Promotions are given to full time people first, no matter what seniority status is. Example: Someone who is 6 months out of school and working full time over nights would get promoted before a tech who has been there for 20 years working part time. Hourly pay is competitive for the area. You are greatly compensated for working back to back shifts. Team work is OK, but not great between employees. Very nice x-ray equipment.