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30+ days ago

Experienced Store and Business Manager

TENET Southampton, NY

TENET, a high-fashion and lifestyle store, based in Southampton, NY is looking for an experienced store manager to join our growing team. This… Job Board

30+ days ago

Experienced Salesperson- for our Southampton

TENET New York, NY

TENET is a high-fashion and lifestyle store based in Southampton, NY TENET is looking for hard working individuals to join our sales team either on… Job Board

21 days ago


Tenet Modesto, CA

Reporting to the Laboratory Director and Technical Supervisors, the Clinical Laboratory Scientist is responsible for correctly performing technical…

21 days ago


Tenet Saint Louis, MO

- With input from the Medical directors and Administrator and in accordance with organizational goals and plans, formulates and implements strategic…

5 days ago


Tenet Berwyn, IL

Current Illinois Registered Nursing License required. Minimum of three (3) years of inpatient clinical experience. Current CPR certification…

30+ days ago

Cath Lab Tech PRN

Tenet Nacogdoches, TX

Certificate of cardiovascular lab technology program or school of radiology. BLS certification required.-Must have cath lab experience. EPS…

30+ days ago

Lead Tumor Registrar (Coordinator)

Tenet Berwyn, IL

Under the supervision of the Manager of Medical Records, the Coordinator is responsible for supporting the hospital's American College of Surgeons…

23 days ago


Tenet Palm Springs, CA

Able to understand complex written and oral instructions. Ability to respond quickly and calmly to emergency situations. Comprehensive general…

30+ days ago


Tenet Miami, FL

Successful completion of a Monitor Tech Program. Required Work Related Experience: Clinical experience, one year or…

6 days ago

Dietitian FT Days Park Plaza Hospital

Tenet Houston, TX

Title: Dietitian FT Days Park Plaza Hospital Location: TX-Houston Other Locations: Dietitian…

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Detroit Medical Center CEO Joe Mullany
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    I have been working at Detroit Medical Center (more than 10 years)


    co-workers are great but it is sad to see them leave so soon.


    Been working at the DMC for many years and at first it was a wonderful place to work but since Vanguard then even worse, Tenet took it over it has become what I refer to as the "3rd level of hell." Constantly short staffed, workers are exploited to do other department jobs. Haven't seen a wage increase in years, the benefits have become poor and for more cost to the employee, once nice pensions eliminated, benefit time cut.. They just take take take and we all know it is for the greedy suits own personal gains. Staff in a very busy lvl 1 trauma ER are overwhelmed with over crowded patient conditions and not enough space to put the patients. Some patients have to sit in a chair in the hall because all of the stretchers are filled. Stretchers are so close together there is not enough room for the medical staff to get at the patients bedside plus no privacy for the patients. Nurses can not possibly provide quality care with the poor nurse to patient ratio, a situation that is close to crossing the border of becoming inhumane. Good staff go work elsewhere which renders a high staff turnover. Poor equipment or not enough to meet the needs of the patients. Management does not seem to care about anything but that big year end bonus if they keep under budget, The CEO's only care about personal profit of the hard work and sacrifices of others.

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    Employee Morale is the key to a successful business. happy employees = happy patients, unhappy employees = unhappy patients. Give Employees pride in where they work instead of dread. Stop worrying about how fancy everything looks but focus more on quality care and sufficient and good working equipment. So much money spent on renovations to compete with the fancy suburbia medical facilities is a waste. Ask yourself this. "If I was a patient in a hospital what will I remember, The type of care I received or the pretty room I was in? It is hard to appreciate a pretty room when you can not get quality care because staff just have to many patients to make anyone feel important. Value your workers, give them all reason to want to remain or else the DMC will ultimately fail. Greed is destructive.

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