Children's Medical Center of Dallas

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Clinical Pharmacist-Day Shift (Inpatient)

Children's Medical Center of Dallas Dallas, TX

• Assist in maintaining a continuous level of readiness for inspection by external groups; provide pharmacotherapy consultations as requested in… Glassdoor


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Clinical Pharmacist-NICU (6am-6pm)

Children's Medical Center of Dallas Dallas, TX

• Assist in maintaining a continuous level of readiness for inspection by external groups; provide pharmacotherapy consultations as requested in… Glassdoor


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Children's Medical Center of Dallas President and CEO Christopher J. Durovich
Christopher J. Durovich
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    Listen to your frontline staff

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Dallas, TX
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Dallas, TX

    I worked at Children's Medical Center of Dallas full-time

    Pros

    The benefits are great. The reputation in the community is great because of all the $ that is spent on marketing. Everyone who stays here stay because of the patients and their coworkers, not management.

    Cons

    Where to begin? People with NO qualifications or promoted because of who they know. VERY POLITICAL. They pay directors astronomical amounts of money to be nonproductive in meetings all day, and they are unavailable for their staff and have no clue what is going on. The leadership puts themselves on a pedestal separating themselves from the ppl actually doing the work. They are trying to do "just culture" yet still manage to retaliate against employees. Home care department is the blind leading the blind. Too many chiefs, not enough indians. No one has a clue.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop pointing blame, and try to focus on the reason why people work at Children's. Promote ppl based on their qualifications not based on the need to fill a position in a hurry so just hire your friend. Look around, ppl are leaving this organization left and right. Why?

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