Red River Hospital
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  • CEO
    Holly Doherty
  • Company size
    201 to 500
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Behavioral Health Technician in Wichita Falls, TX
on June 23, 2021
Was able to be of help to at risk youth and adolescents with behavioral issues. Pay was terrible, but did leave you with a sense of accomplishment at the end of the day.
Lead Case Manager on Adult Unit in Texas
on February 17, 2021
Management was very demanding of things to be done;however, do not provide staff with the tools to complete goals. The staff is often on their toes as to who will not longer be needed, fired. Management is clickie and are not receptive to new people. There is a hierarchy in management that if they do not like you you will not be there very long.
Confidential in Wichita Falls, TX
on November 15, 2020
Has a great team. Everyone wants to do a good job. Very rewarding to work in patient care. CNO is great and very knowledgeable. Wish there were more resources available to create better programming for patients.
Staff RN in Wichita Falls, TX
on October 11, 2020
The hiring process was very unorganized from the beginning and HR was seldom available to answer questions, and didn’t return calls. Initially told I would rarely need to pass medications as RN, but this quickly changed. I began to realize I was little more than a pill pusher to a never ending line of drug seeking patients, and most were ordered hefty cocktails of narcotics and benzos despite being there for addiction. If a patients insurance reached the max days allowed for inpatient treatment, they were discharged regardless if they had improved or not. Child/Adolescent unit is coed with teens and much younger children all housed together, sometimes with inadequate staffing to ensure safety. Lack of cameras in their rooms created problems with staff restraining pt’s in their dorm room so nurses/staff wouldn’t have to document incident. Always expected to do more, with less and no regard for anyone’s safety. You’re not learning anything, and really are not making any kind of meaningful difference for anyone. You will lose valuable nursing skills working here and be absolutely miserable.
Confidential in Wichita Falls, TX
on May 16, 2020
Hospital has potential with new CEO. It’s the leadership under him that have been there a million years that needs to get it together and get with the times and embrace change! They treat their employees like trash and morale is pretty low. Very negative work environment. Always about census and money that they forget the real purpose: the patient. CEO has the right intent but not the staff to put it into action.

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