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9 hrs ago

Laboratory Tech II-Specimen Processing Evenings/Nights – new

Memorial Hermann Healthcare Houston, TX

TITLE: Laboratory Technician II / Supp Lab Tech II Position Number: DG0706, DG0703 Overtime Eligible: Yes PTO Status: Non-Exempt BASIC FUNCTION… Memorial Hermann Healthcare


9 hrs ago

LABORATORY SVC CENTER REP – new

Memorial Hermann Healthcare Houston, TX

TITLE: Laboratory Technician I / Supplemental Laboratory Technician Position Number: DG0502, DG0504 Overtime Eligible: Yes PTO Status: Non-Exempt… Memorial Hermann Healthcare


9 hrs ago

Laboratory Service Center Representative-Phlebotomist-Sienna – new

Memorial Hermann Healthcare Houston, TX

TITLE: Laboratory Service Center Rep Position Number: DG0606 Overtime Eligible: Yes PTO Status: Non-Exempt BASIC FUNCTION: Position is responsible… Memorial Hermann Healthcare


9 hrs ago

Laboratory Service Center Representative-Phlebotomist – new

Memorial Hermann Healthcare Houston, TX

TITLE: Laboratory Service Center Rep Position Number: DG0606 Overtime Eligible: Yes PTO Status: Non-Exempt BASIC FUNCTION: Position is responsible… Memorial Hermann Healthcare


9 hrs ago

Labor & Delivery RN – new

Memorial Hermann Healthcare Houston, TX

- Our partnership with The University of Texas Medical School at Houston ensures the very best in maternal-fetal medicine for high-risk mothers and… Memorial Hermann Healthcare


9 hrs ago

Laboratory Service Center Rep-Oncology-The Woodlands – new

Memorial Hermann Healthcare Houston, TX

DATE: 1-3-2012 TITLE: Laboratory Service Center Rep Position Number: DG0606 Overtime Eligible: Yes PTO Status: Non-Exempt BASIC FUNCTION: Position is… Memorial Hermann Healthcare


9 hrs ago

IT Manager - Customer Support – new

Memorial Hermann Healthcare Houston, TX

4. Demonstrates commitment to the Partners-in-Caring process by integrating our culture in all internal and external customer interactions; delivers… Memorial Hermann Healthcare


9 hrs ago

International Registered Nurse – new

Memorial Hermann Healthcare Houston, TX

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrates commitment to the Partners-in-Caring process by integrating both Behaviors and Operating Principles in all… Memorial Hermann Healthcare


9 hrs ago

Lab Service Center Rep II-Texas Medical Center – new

Memorial Hermann Healthcare Houston, TX

TITLE: Laboratory Service Center Rep II Position Number: DG0710 Overtime Eligible: Yes PTO Status: Non-Exempt BASIC FUNCTION: Position is responsible… Memorial Hermann Healthcare


9 hrs ago

Infection Prevention-Non Certified (Hospital) – new

Memorial Hermann Healthcare Houston, TX

The Non-Certified Infection Preventionist supports Infection Prevention improvement projects across the hospital working in conjunction with… Memorial Hermann Healthcare


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    PCA II

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    Current Employee - PCA II in Houston, TX
    Current Employee - PCA II in Houston, TX
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    I have been working at Memorial Hermann Healthcare full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Job Security. Hospitals will always need PCA's. The role of a PCA has some basic responsibilities; taking vitals, assisting nurses in delegated tasks and patient care, and light charting. It's also incredibly versital depending on which unit I work in, I'm assigned to two units and often floated to a third unit as needed.

    Cons

    I've seen incredibly hard working PCA's and incredibly lazy PCA's. My PRO for this hospital is "job security", not only because we are well needed and utilized, but also because administration (in my unit) does not seem to address the lazy ones who break rules, move slowly, are disrespectful, and should be terminated. It's disappointing to see since I am one of the hard working PCA's. The hourly rate is also ridiculous for as hard as we are expected to work. Maybe that's why there are so many lazy PCS's on my floor? I commend my fellow hard working PCA's; we make very little for what we give back.

    Advice to Management

    I understand that employee retention is huge to the hospital system, but holding on to a pool of mediocre employees that lack drive, quality in their performance, and strong work ethics is disappointing. The standards for this can only be blamed on the management for not thinning them out and terminating employees who are not representing the face of Memorial Hermann Hospital in a positive way. My unit has an absolutely terrible manager. He is completely disengaged, aloof, unapproachable, almost to the point of being rude. The staff on both units that he manages have very little respect for him. This goes back to "job security" - it starts at the top. It's baffles me that he has not been replaced with someone who cares about their team and the quality of it.


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