Medical Practice Assistant (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – December 14, 2018
Family oriented. A good place to learn different things and about different cultures. A compassionate and caring workplace. It gives me pleasure to make a sick person smile by just showing them compassion.
You will learn something new any day at Parkland. There is never a dull moment there. I learned a lot while I worked there. I enjoyed my patients, but those who are in management can sometimes be rude.
Unit Technician (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – December 5, 2018
I love my job , i get to work with some of the best people and learn so many things, I have pick up on new skills. I meet new people everyday. . I get to travel and be off on weekends. I love this job .
This hospital is ok too work for cause of the environment but the managers sucks bad. And they never work ethics or helpful people too work with and you have too watch the mangers cause they will try you like any other job.
RN I; ED OBS/ED float (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – November 26, 2018
This hospital system is great place to learn. It has good benefits. Management is hit or miss. Some great managers, some not so much. Great autonomy. Doctors and nursing staff generally get along very well.
I am currently employed as a pfa registration specialist and I can honestly say that I do LOVE my job! I love the team I work with and the environment is so positive. There is not much communication with management and at times they dont respond quickly to you when you need something. But I dont have much bad things to say. I do feel that I am underpaid for the amount of work I do and wish they can give us bonuses. But other than that, I do look forward to work everyday.
Customer Care Rep (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – November 8, 2018
Parkland is a good company if you want to learn and move on. There is allot of politics within the departments . Work is fast paced and the parking is ridiculous . You have to learn how to be micro managed and criticized for the work you do. Management work the policies towards their own benefit and do not work with their employees. Very strict rules and also you are required to get the flue shot mandatory every flue season. I would not work for Parkland again as they do not take out SSI from your check. Retirement is after 40 years of service.
Learn new things, pay is decent, work is fast.
Too much office politics, micro management and parking expensive.
A typical day as a staff nurse and charge nurse of Parkland Hospital, we have shift huddles which gives staff insights on the patient’s status. We take our assignments and go on with our patient care. Parkland is HUD for learning. Management at Parkland is pristine. Workplace culture is good but can be better. Hardest part of working at Parkland is being a float nurse. We go to any floor and some floors are bad in giving float staff the hardest patients. The most enjoyable part of working at park land is the Knowledge acquired and pay rate.