Nutrition Aide Villages on North McLean (Former Employee) – 777 n mclean – August 31, 2015
The day to day experience of working with residents and fulfilling their daily needs was very rewarding. The hours were 7am to 7pm. A typical day was to come in the morning and prepare that days breakfast. Once done serving breakfast you would wash dishes and clean to begin prep for the next meal.
IT Support-Help Desk (Former Employee) – Wichita, KS – January 16, 2019
Little room for career advancement, poor staffing, poor nurse to patient ratio when i worked there about 10 years ago. I was on the technical staff management side of the dept but we had few issues of our own.
Great atmosphere, great insurance, competitive pay for this small town and its suburb ed areas
Patient Care Technician II (Former Employee) – Wichita, KS – January 6, 2019
Ok to start. The nurses either are overloaded or sit & refuse to help when you need it. My first raise was 10 cents. Yeah....Patient work load was too much for a couple of people. Techs went through a lot and many of the nurses don't want to help because they feel it is beneath them. You love most of the patients, (except when you get the one who weighs 350 lbs and you got to move them by yourself) but hate the politics and the pay. Do it for the patients, not the money.
Meeting interesting patients, food is pretty good, good shifts
Hard backbreaking work, no time to rest, lack of help a lot of the time, patient work load to heavy
They held true to their mission. They are always looking after the patient and perform a good balance between that and keeping costs down. Denial management was the biggest issue, but they resolved that when they outsourced the Revenue Cycle piece to R1RCM
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Wichita, KS – November 23, 2018
You typically knew the day before what your day would look like tomorrow. Based on the schedule. It was a fun place to work with mostly fun people i learned a lot how to refill medications, give vaccines and shots a alot about medical issues.
RN Navigator (Former Employee) – 37th and Rock, Thorn Building – November 12, 2018
Management is the worst part of this Job. Clique groups and high school behavior. Favorites and back stabbing. Many people left when new supervisor started. Management is easily manipulated by their "favorite" staff. This behavior with "so called" professionals. Turnover, turnover and more turnover. Job is not secure as Management continues to scramble trying to make this position relevant. Goals constantly change and they are very difficult to reach. Felt like a telemarketer, not a nurse. Don't do it to yourself!
RMA (Former Employee) – Wichita, ks – November 9, 2018
Management is awful. Employees are disposable. Your voice is not heard. Employees are overworked and underpaid. They expect you to do more with less. They don't listen to your concerns they don't care about your concerns. You are and will be completely and utterly disposable to them.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Iola, KS – October 16, 2018
Filing, Calls, Assisting Patience and Physicians. Learned many medical terms. The hardest part of the job was controversy in the work place. I enjoyed interacting with the physicians and learning more about the medical field
Security Officer/ Transportation (Former Employee) – 1700 SW 7th St, Topeka Ks. 66603 – October 8, 2018
During my tenure with St. Francis Hospital I enjoyed working with Staff and the Public. A typical day involved providing security and a safe environment for all who worked or visited the hospital. The staff was correlative and helpful to the patients and general public. The hardest part was not having enough staff in my department to take time off of work.
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Wichita, KS – October 2, 2018
a typical day consisted of busy work beside a good coworker on a normal day. I learned a lot about cardio work and team work. the hardest part was how fast the work could be or how sometimes you don't have as much help as needed when you are needed several places at once and there is only one of you. I enjoyed working with the patients and getting to know them and understanding them. I loved being the comfort they needed when no family members would come see a patiend.
good teamwork, great manager
some times we didnt get lunch, short staffed, angry patients