Guest Services-Family Reception (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – September 2, 2018
Escorting 70-100+ patients a day to surgery. Supporting their families while they waited. Liaison between surgeons and families. Good place to work. A few employees were always out sick and this over worked the rest of the team. Physically taxing job. The salary was okay for a second household income but not for a single person to support a household. I enjoyed getting to know some families while they waited and Supporting them during very fearful times.
Nurse (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – August 17, 2018
Bonuses aren't guaranteed and held over your head for every mistake you make. The Bls and acls classes are performed as a group. Nurse to pt ratio is 6:1 or higher. Be prepared to take a pay cut, pay is extremely low. I wouldn't send my enemy to work there. The sign-on bonus is offered because they have horrible turnover and are always short staffed.
I was employed there 7 years and I can't think of 1 good thing to say.
Poor management, micro manages, every pto request will go through the director before your manager can approve it.
Nurse Technician (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – July 5, 2018
Your coworkers are incredible, the staffing was a little unorthodox at time. The pay is not efficient but the ability to be flexible is great. The pay is cut because of potential bonuses, but there are so many factors that could potentially stop you from getting your bonuses so it doesn’t seem worth it to me.
Certified Nurse Aide (CAN) (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – June 25, 2018
Was a great place to work. The pay was fair and the work load manageable. I was not required to work weekends and usually out by 5pm. The rates are computed based on an employee’s annual rate of basic pay.
LPN Field Nurse (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – May 15, 2018
Oklahoma surgical hospital was my first nursing job, I have worked here 2 different times and would return if they hired LPN's, I worked with seasoned nurses that took me under their wing and educated me on different procedures and techniques.
Financial Counselor (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – October 20, 2017
I loved working at OSH! It was stressful, but enjoyable. The most enjoyable part was the fact that they are ALL about he patient, and made improvements in processes to make things better for all patients.
Imaging Department Clinical Manager (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – September 2, 2017
Highly recommend this facility for many reasons. It is mostly OP's. The upper management was excellent to with. The culture is physician owned with the highest expectations. The worst part was being a salaried mgr and not getting paid to be in the regular on-call rotation with the staff MRI techs. All of it was enjoyable.
Nurse Technician (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – July 18, 2017
Great job with the capability to learn far beyond the scope of current practice. Great staff and wonderful people to work around. Fair compensation for your work and willing to work with you on many things and help you grow in the company.
Charge Nurse, RN (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – June 5, 2017
Fast paced work environment for a skilled RN with previous experience and excellent time management skills. Must be able to adapt to a challenging work environment with very little pharmacy support. Oklahoma surgical hospital is medium pay at entry level and they do award a quarterly bonus to employees who meet certain attendance and performance requirements. The staffing ratio is one of the best around town however, it is possible to care for a nurse to have 8 patients at times. Call light times are very short with most calls being answered in less than 5 minutes. As a five star facility the staff nurse can be proud of the quality care provided to each patient and family member.
HIM Specialist (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – March 13, 2017
A typical day is staying busy the moment you clock in. Had the opportunity to cross train. Work place is great and people are friendly. The hardest part is finding space for records. The most enjoyable is being able to cross train.