Clinical Lab Assistant II (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – October 11, 2018
16 years and no merit raises. Responsibilities and stipend pay for supervisory duties removed without explanation when bought by Ascension. Management is out of touch with employees and more concerned with budget of corporation.
Pharmacist Night Shift Coordinator (F/T) (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – October 11, 2018
I have been happy with my time a Seton hospital. My manage has especially makes it an awesome place to work. There are always efforts to move the organization forward in patient care, job security and advancement.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – October 3, 2018
I worked with Seton (many different hospitals) and I could not stand the working environment. I was constantly degraded based on my religious preferences and for being overweight. I worked with the company for over 5 years and only received one promotion (excluding the cost of living raise). I actually did not event receive a promotion seeing as how everyone in my department got a raise. My immediate manager was a TERROR to work for and if I was offered double my salary, I would have to strongly think about it. I spoke with many people about my concerns in my work environment but you can't really get much done when it is your superiors making it such a nightmare. Along with working there for about 5 years, the new hires were being hired on with the company, with less experience than I had, but being hired on at about $8 more an hour than I was making. This was chalked up to, "You got hired on at the wrong time." All in all, there is very little that would compel me to go back to working for that terrible company. The greatest thing that has happened to me was when I parted ways with it.
Lab Assistant II (Former Employee) – Daly City, CA – October 1, 2018
Seton Medical hospital is a great place to work for. They foster and environment were employees can voice there concerns and feedbacks in regards to making Seton Medical Hospital a great place to work for.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – September 30, 2018
During this time period, I volunteered one night per month (3-4 hours) at a clinic that served the undocumented alien population in Travis County, TX. The non-medical volunteers were pleasant and helpful. The other physicians involved were collegial and supportive.
Senior Department Assistant-Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – September 21, 2018
The organization on a whole is fabulous, alot of caring people together to make a difference for patients needs. Will miss the people and commitment of these individuals who make the place a great place to work
clerk (Former Employee) – Kyle, TX – September 13, 2018
Answered and quickly redirected up to multiple telephone lines for doctors and nurses. Along with answering call lights from patients in a 32 bed Intensive Care Unit. Paging doctors for busy nurses with accurate information. Greeting and screening all visitors and directing them to the correct areas. Maintaining patient files and correct forms for hospital use. Making sure all computers, pagers, fax machines, and equipment are in working order. Adeptly managed a multi-line phone system and pleasantly greeted all patients. Prepared patient charts accurately and neatly for the nurses and physicians in the ICU Unit. Prepared patient charts, pre-admissions and consent forms as necessary.
I worked for Seton for nearly 16 years before I was laid off. I loved my job and my Seton Family. I believe so much has changed since I was laid off two years ago. Human care doesn't seem to be the main focus as before. Many departments are being outsourced
Manager (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – August 19, 2018
Busy, lots of meetings. Important to ensure communication with staff and management lines stay open and concerns are addressed. Lots of changes as Ascension introduced corporate culture in lieu of mission and values.
Paramedic (Current Employee) – Lockhart, Texas – August 10, 2018
I have worked many EMS-Paramedkc jobs and this is by far the worst. The stress of the job is a piece of cake compared to dealing with the back stabbing co workers who like to play games and cliches. They intentionally start rumors and accuse others that aren’t a part of their cliche by making you feel that your job is constantly on the line to be fired.