Oklahoma Heart Hospital Careers and Employment
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Oklahoma Heart Hospital is a physician-owned hospital bringing world-class medical expertise and compassion to the care of every patient. At OHH, you’ll find a place and a team dedicated exclusively to preventing and treating cardiovascular disease. Oklahoma Heart Hospital was founded in 2002 as the first all-digital hospital in America totally dedicated to hearts. Between our North and South campus locations, OHH has a combined total of 145 licensed beds.
Our nurses are committed to our patients, which is why we have a 1:1 nurse-to-patient ratio in our Critical Care Unit and a 1:4 ratio on our general care floors. OHH has ranked in the top 1 percent nationally for patient satisfaction since 2003. Oklahoma Heart Hospital offers medical careers in Oklahoma City with a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and a workplace that reflects the values of our mission to provide excellent quality and service.
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This could be a great job, except for the number of calls daily seems extreme. The benefits, training, employees, & supervisors are top notch. The working conditions are good. They will provide all you need to be successful. The only reason I left is because of health issues.
When I first started, it was a good job, but 6 months down the line, they overload you with work and your unable to perform at a high level. Coworkers are lazy and it's just a big social gossip club. If you want to keep your insanity, don't work there.
What is the best part of working at the company? I will always appreciate the way this hospital valued safety. The policies and procedures were enforced and easy to follow. They have the absolute best people and physicians. If I hadn’t moved three hours away I would have stayed forever. What is the most stressful part about working at the company? At any hospital there are stressful times. Even with high census or acute patient situations there are plenty of resources and help so the stress was minimal. What is the work environment and culture like at the company? Everyone helps everyone What is a typical day like for you at the company? Take care of patients and help others when needed.
Lousy pay. Management is clueless. Coworkers are lazy. Everyone else's job becomes yours once they sink their teeth in. benefits are not good. For the time I was there, I am glad that I left.
Good place to work, very friendly people and pay is above most others. Doctors are some of the best in the cardiac field and are always available and willing to help.
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