Chief Financial Officer (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, AR – April 16, 2018
A small struggling hospital with much debt to bear. In three years, I have been under 5 CEOs in an unstable environment. Due to the extensive debt acquired, lack of patients, all doctors resigning and some unfavorable events in the community, the cash flow was just poor.
RN (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, AR – February 11, 2018
At least everyone learns who you are here and you're not just a name on a schedule. By all means there are pros and cons of working here vs the medical giants down the road. It's truly all in what you're looking for. You want fast paced, angry docs, parking in a parking deck, and pushing dilaudid every hour? Not the place for you.
Clerical (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, AR – July 6, 2017
Worst job I've ever had. I worked there 4yrs we had about 5 CEO 3CFO. No one new knows how to do their job it's awful. They offer no training you just work with someone and they hope you get it. If you have questions call another hospital because you won't find the answer at NMMC. They offer insurance that their own doctor are not in network with. So you get a hospital bill then a bill for seeing a doctor not in network with the insurance provided by your job at your job.
You get paid. This is a stepping stone job.
No benefits, They take your money out of your check for insurance but don't always pay premium, Constantly changing Banks so no direct deposit.
Patient Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, AR – December 14, 2016
This was the first hospital that I ever worked in and the staff was so great! I had to leave due to relocation but I wish that I could have continued a career with the nurses that were so willing to train me and answer all of my questions.
Financial Counselor (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, AR – November 12, 2016
I think that the supervisors in admissions and patient financial services needs more training and experience so that they can treat each employee the same and not have certain rules for some and other rules for other employees. They need to be equal in areas.
Radiologic Tec / CT Tech (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, AR – August 6, 2015
I mostly work with the ER staff and absolutely love them! They treat patients as people and not as a group symptoms. The hardest part is learning to prioritize exams when I am working alone and the ER gets busy
Great patient population who I got to spend alot of one-on one time with.
Program Nurse - Intensive Outpatient Psychotherapy (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, AR – March 25, 2013
Typical duties include admitting, following up and discharging of patients. Monthly reviews of medication list as well as chart audits. Daily activities ranges from health screens to playing games with the patients. Each co-work made the facility a great place for our patients. The most difficult part of the job is lack of direction/structure from management. The most enjoyable part of my job has been the personal relationships I have built with my patients.