Food and Nutrition Associate (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – September 15, 2018
Stay away from Food and Nutrition positions. Management is non existent. Supervisors have cliques and run away good workers. Bullies and thieves are rewarded, victims ignored. Reverse discrimination. Pay and benefits are decent.
Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – July 17, 2018
OSU feels like a big family, I've been here going on 6 years and I know most other employees. The management in my area is lacking professionalism but most other areas are not. I wish they matched the 401K like my last job.
Clinical Coordinator, RN (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – June 5, 2018
OSUMC I found was a great place to work if there were more stability in the work environments. Units closed without warnings on occasions leaving a feeling of despair and uncertainty. Fluctuating census affected work hours tremendously and this contributed to their high turnover rates as people have responsibilities and financial obligations and quite frankly needs job and financial security. I believe management needs some type of improvement in their work ethic and communication skills.
Casual Workplace with onsite Cafeteria and vending machines
Business Service Representative II (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – June 15, 2017
A typical workday for me starts early morning with daily work lists and claims reports, correspondence, and claims denied reports. this is the expected daily work as well as the daily emails that come from the management team. Prioritizing is usually a big part of my productive day. The management team communicates regularly with team to insure daily needs and goals are met. The environment is cozy with peers working well together with a common goal. The hardest part of the job is completing all work daily that is leaving with zero unfinished daily. The most enjoyable part is the way everyone works well together and converse well with each other on a daily basis.
Divers culture, friendly environment, Pto, Retirement benefits, Health ins
Staff RN (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – November 14, 2018
I loved working at OSUMC. It was my first job as an RN and boy did I learn a LOT! It has been quite awhile since I was there, over 8 years, but remember it fondly. I would recommend it. Being a smaller institution, there are fewer people to fill the call requirements so there will be more here versus a larger facility but it isn't bad! I rarely got called in TBH.
Oncology Coordinator II (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – March 29, 2018
This can be a slow paced job and many of the associates are unhappy with management and leadership. It is difficult to advance if you are not in the inner circle, and there is little support when trying to either change positions or floors for more variety and gain more experience for advancement. Management also seems unhappy, and that sentiment trickles down.
staff (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – November 1, 2018
It's ok place to work. The doctors kind of rule the place and can do what ever they want most are very nice and professional. In security you will always just do the same thing day in and day out. The biggest thing is they want you to get smokers.
Patient Safety Officer (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – May 12, 2018
Make rounds on the floor to determine any safety infractions. Daily rounds are needed and sometime twice daily. Available whenever needed. Long term employees who knew their job well. Difficult to start new policies. Working with manafers and physicians.
An employee (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – March 28, 2018
The management at this facility is horrible, from the upper management all of the way down to the departments. There is not enough time in the day to list all of the reasons why someone shouldn't work here. If you enjoy being understaffed, unequipped with at the necessary equipment and supplies, and things breaking frequently , then this is the job for you! If you want to work somewhere where they take things away and run employees off...then this is the job for you!
Registered Radiologic Technologist & Mammographer (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – December 21, 2016
A typical day at work includes performing X-ray and/or mammograms scheduled for the day; along with font desk and scheduling duties. I have learned a lot from this facility. When I started here we used film with a dark room for x-ray and have transitioned to digital. Management in the department I am apart of is second to none, concerns are always heard and followed with positive results. My co-workers all do their part to keep everything running smoothly. The hardest part of my job is the various language barriers I encounter almost daily. The most enjoyable part of my job is having the pleasure of imaging patients and helping with his or her experience in the facility.
part time and PRN status (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – August 6, 2018
This was an excellent place to work for me at the time. I was attending Langston School of Nursing at the time and was able to work my schedule around School. I loved my Director of Nursing on my Med-Surg floor.
TECH (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – January 11, 2018
OSU Medical center used to be a fantastic place to work. It has declined so dramatically in the last year that it is too stressful and no longer an enjoyable place to be. There is a lot of favoritism played amongst long standing employees versus new comers within a lot of the upper management systems. There has been an increase in turnover lately in all departments due to the amount of work people are expected to do. They are supposed to be "no lift" but when you are short staffed, as all departments are, you are always lifting. Techs and Nurses are all being assigned more patients than they can comfortably and even safely handle. The morale is down dramatically due to the mistreatment of staff, misuse of departments, and short staffing. Overall... I would not recommend it as a place to work unless you want to be over worked and under appreciated.
Payroll Deduct Lunches & Gift Shop
Short staffing, Over working, Lack of appreciation, unsafe environments, lack of compassion
Poor management, lack of direction or communication
Registered Nurse Case Manager (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – February 14, 2018
Wonderful staff, nurses and physicians. Diverse patient population. Upper management is out of touch and does not seem interested in staff moral or professional growth. Unable to provide sufficient hours for staff.
Cheap food, reasonable insurance, discounts for procedures performed at hospial. Able to assist in the training of new physicians
Unable to provide enough hours to staff and management is out of touch with ataff
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – July 24, 2017
The supervisors are great they help whenever you need the help and managers care about all employees. There benefits are great and they even pay for tuition reimbursement, every since I worked here I've been treated with the upmost respect and working for this company opened so many doors of opportunity for me.