Tenet Healthcare Jobs & Careers in Conroe, TX

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5 days ago

RN Operating Room, PRN - Conroe Surgery Center

Tenet Healthcare Conroe, TX

The Registered Nurse OR administers direct and indirect care to pre-operative patients based on standards, guidelines, policies, and procedures set… Tenet Healthcare


16 days ago

RN-Pre Op, PRN Conroe Surgery Center - Conroe

Tenet Healthcare Conroe, TX

PRN position must be able to work night shift as needed. Administers direct and indirect care to pre-operative patients based on standards… Tenet Healthcare


10 hrs ago

RN- Operating Room Manager, Full Time-Conroe Surgery Center – new

Tenet Healthcare Conroe, TX

The Registered Nurse OR Manager is responsible for managing, supervising and directing nursing care in all clinical departments of the surgery… Tenet Healthcare


10 hrs ago

RN-Registered Nurse PACU, Full Time - Conroe Surgery Center – new

Tenet Healthcare Conroe, TX

Communicates with surgeon and anesthesia personnel continuously and as needed about patient conditions. RN PACU acts as a preceptor for new… Tenet Healthcare


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Tenet Healthcare President, CEO, and Director Trevor Fetter
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    Current Employee - Manager  in  Roswell, GA
    Current Employee - Manager in Roswell, GA

    I have been working at Tenet Healthcare full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    They offer a full benefits package - health, dental, vision, 401K. They don't expect any nights or weekend hours, overtime is limited.

    Cons

    Tenet knows how to run hospitals, but has been running the physician practices by trial and error. The success of the acquisition really comes down to the physicians and the manager since the corporate structure does not set up the practice for success.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pick one initiative at a time. Focus on one or two areas of improvement and wait for things to improve before piling on more. It's a lot harder to do twenty things well versus two. Have consistent training so that the different offices still have some commonalities but understand that different speciality offices require different workflow.

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