Histotechnician (Current Employee) – Pinehurst, NC – June 7, 2018
Better than working at a hospital for sure. Weekends off and paid holidays. It's your regular 8-5 job. If you are looking for something extravagant that you'll stand out in this is not the place for you.
Pulmonary Office/ Dr. David Thornton - Lead Nurse (Former Employee) – Pinehurst, NC – April 25, 2018
Worked with two physician's and two extenders. Everyday was a new experience and my coworkers were supportive as well as helpful. It was a nice environment to work in. Nurse manager was extremely family oriented and helpful as well. I loved my job at Pine Hurst Medical Center and would work there today if I lived in Pine Hurst!!
had no problem love working at this office i worked different depts i got to learn alot from this office i worked there more about 8 years everyone was nice i use to love working the flu clinic for extra hours i worked from m-f
Great at first but after training your treated like a nobody
Lpn (Former Employee) – Lpn float – June 11, 2017
After working here for 7 years and working in several departments it got to where I hated going to work ..employees get treated poorly from staff and patients especially the cursing from patients ,no one in administration cares how the workers are treated..they have no money for pay raises but they can afford to buy other buildings.
learn something new everyday, face paced and busy but rewarding. Co- workers are like family, team players. typical day at work was answering many phone calls from patents,rooming patients for providers, medication refills, taking vitals, patient assistance,prior authorizations.
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – Pinehurst, NC – January 6, 2015
I enjoyed working in Data Entry, but in 2004 I decided to resign and join my husband in Hawaii where he was working as the senior supervisor for Zapata, Inc. At this time. I am ready to return to the workforce.
Receptionist, Dr.Michael J Bartiss MD, OD (Former Employee) – Pinehurst, NC – August 29, 2013
I enjoyed working at the clinic, and being with the patients. I worked on the Oncology side of the clinic. A day for me would be- checking in the patients and ensuring that I entered all the information correctly. I would also help allievate any of their fears in the waiting area as they waited to go back. The hardest part of the job, was working in the oncology section and hearing that a patients cancer had returned or worse, that a patient had died.
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Pinehurst, NC – August 28, 2013
All I have to say is good things about my current work place . My day consisted of meeting and greeting my patients. Drawing specimens that our doctors would order. Making sure each patient is identified correctly. My co-workers very much team players . Always making sure our patients came first.
Paid hoilday time, free lunches and working a 5 day week.