Manager Endoscopy Unit (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 20, 2018
Excellent hospital. Clean, progressive, professional. Departments worked well together and were supportive with each others needs. Patients were given good care and policies and procedures were followed.
CT Technologist (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – October 5, 2018
Stressful environment, overworked, with unqualified and uncaring management in radiology. If you are a CT tech, ask around about this place and its director before applying. NO ONE wants to work here. Over prescribed scans will make you question your ethics. Toxic work environment from the stress of not having help and having PTO requests denied. I quit after years of putting up with this place and I am 1000% happier!
Radiology Director, PTO request denials, Ultra stressful work environment
Patient Care Assistant (Current Employee) – Live Oak, TX – March 20, 2018
I was a patient care assistant in the cardiac catheterization lab and I had a great experience being able to interact with so many patients, work with different cardiologist along with some vascular surgeons. My co-workers all worked as a team to get everything done
Patient Care Assistant (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – October 2, 2017
typical day high stressed, new things seen ans learned while i was a cna to help with nursing school, some management was great and others had NO compassion, hardest part of job was lack of staff to help. The most enjoyable, meeting and working with all different types of people
Registered Nurse (RN) (Former Employee) – Live Oak, TX – September 21, 2017
This place has a great residency program and preceptor program for new nurses or nurses looking to change their specialty. Even for experienced nurses they give a good amount of floor training to learn their systems and policies and way of doing things.
Certified Nurse Aide (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 30, 2017
It has been quite sometime (almost a decade) since I've worked at this hospital, so I will just review with my experience at the time. I was a CNA and although we didn't always have the staff, I felt like it was a good team to work with. The facility was very nice and management seemed to be in-touch with what was actually happening on the units.
Compounding Pharmacy Technician II (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 4, 2017
The culture was terrible. Overworked and the employees had no interest in training anyone new. Management is only looking out for itself. No benefits and working 40 hours a week yet it isn't a full time job because it was "as needed" classification.
Registrar/receptionist (Current Employee) – Live Oak, TX – June 19, 2017
The hospital is a wonderful place to work. The leadership is focused on customer satisfaction above all else, even at the detriment of the employees. Management is constantly striving and implementing changes to increase customer satisfaction. However, this can often times cause more work and aggravation for the employees.
The leadership/management shows that they appreciate the work the employees do and the amount if effort that we give. However, the monetary compensation does not match the work load expected.
Emergency Services Technician (Current Employee) – Live Oak, TX – June 12, 2017
The Emergency dept is an alright place to work as a Tech. You mainly recept patients at triage, and assist them through the process to get to the back and see the doctor. From recepting, to starting IVs and doing EKGs, transporting them to their rooms and then upstairs if admitted it is all ok. The downside however is that the managers tend to play favorites, kind of like "teachers pet", if youre in good with them you may just get to come in an hour and a half late or leave two hours early, even if we are understaffed. Some of the other Techs are just plain lazy, they've been here so long or because they are licensed paramedics ( who cant do paramedic stuff in the ER) that they think because they have seniority that they dont need to do the grunt work like starting IVs (95% of total daily work load), or help change/clean patients. Most all of the nurses are helpful and respectful however, as are the auxiliary staff (radiology, lab, pharmacy)
Director, Telemetry (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 12, 2017
Typical day started with senior leader huddle followed by Nurse leader rounding. Service recovery for any patient complaints. Discussion of throughput is held with the staff looking at barriers to discharge for the day. several hours are for special projects, resolving incident reports, ensuring adequate staffing, attending meetings.
RN (Former Employee) – San Antonio Texas – May 8, 2017
Good teamwork a very nice very nice staff to work with great work environment had all the equipment you need it had a wonderful assistant CNO staff was always willing to help out and share knowledge when needed