Large trauma emergency department that utilizes a lot of travel nurses. Hospital however cut numerous travel nurses during the holiday season. Overall, hospital staff was friendly and staff and management answer any concerns in a timely manner.
Productive environment that provides the necessary business needs for the patients in the hospital. I also enjoy working in the different units in the hospital and receiving the knowledge on each unit.
Technical Support Center is a horrible place to work!
Help Desk Analyst (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 19, 2019
The worst call center I have ever worked in. The Manager does not value the employees. Little to no breaks and a short thirty minute lunch. Promotion from within is slim to none. When higher positions become available they hire from the outside. I've witnessed employees being bullied and reprimanded in front of other employees.
Call Center Rep (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 15, 2019
As a call center rep they job was okay, you had nurses or other staff members call to place a ticket to EVS or to maintenance and get stuff done. Not much for advancement in the position but over all great place to work.
Great teaching environment for nurses. Fast pace and great place for graduate nurses to develop skills in areas of interest. The most enjoyable part of the job was the learning opportunities that were alway available.
This was my first experience working at a level 1 trauma center. I worked weekends in the O.R. and meet a lot of great physicians and nurses and learned a great deal about how severely injuried patients are taken care of.
Overall working at Parkland Memorial hospital was quite challenging but also rewarding at the same time, 60% of the time was administration work, 40% hands on. Got to work with thousands of people throughout my time there at parkland.
Oh I learned so much at Parkland and I loved my role as a Financial Counselor helping people with the many different programs. I also helped Train the new Financial Counselors. Worked on pilot projects with different Managers. There was so much room for growth and growth us what I'm all about and pray for that opportunity again.
RN Case Manager (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – February 22, 2019
Each day started with me covering 2 floors as the only case manager in the entire department. My expectations were the same as other case managers with one floor. My day started with daily assessments and huddles with the medical team. I learned each day the floors could turn over quickly depending on beds available. I feel management was not supportive for case managers; as the were to social workers. I never saw management unless JACHO was in the building or staff meetings. The hardest part was feeling unsupportive from management when you've exhausted all resources. My most enjoyable part was my interaction with the patients and staff.
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – February 11, 2019
Is a place that you can learn a lot and be available to work with, around other such is co-worker and patients. Is a place where you learn more about others cultures and they believe. We have the opportunity to keep going with the education and reach our dreams.
Parkland is an awesome place to work if you are not looking to advance.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – February 5, 2019
The Case Management department is a not governed by the employees. Employees do not have a say in the operations of the department. There is no transparency, managerial support, nor opportunity for growth within the department.
Fun, family like atmosphere with the patient as first priority
HEALTH UNIT COORDINATOR (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – February 5, 2019
Absolutely loved my job as Health unit coordinator for Labor & Delivery. Enjoyed the night shift hours. Upon leaving to pursue a new opportunity with Medsynergies, I missed what I had left tremendously.
Director (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – February 3, 2019
It's sad to say but my experiences were not good at this employer. My employees were great and just looking for someone to lead them but executive leadership was not good. Too much politics! Not enough expertise and very little if any leadership experience.
Lead CSA (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – January 31, 2019
I enjoyed my time at the Amelia Court HIV/AIDs Clinic. It was a very team oriented environment. However, they have a strict "point system" that reaulted in my termination not due to job performance issues.