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23 hrs ago

Physcial Therapist PRN (Inpatient) – new

Texas Health Resources Plano, TX

Physcial Therapist PRN (Inpatient) Location: Texas Health Plano Job ID: 61159 Department: Phys/Rehab Therapy Area of Interest: Physical Therapy Job… Texas Health Resources


8 days ago

RN II : Labor & Delivery ( 6:45 PM - 7:15 AM)

Texas Health Resources Plano, TX

* Current BLS/CPR for Health care Providers, ACLS, NRP, and Intermediate AWHONN Fetal monitoring EFM (if EFM not current, must obtain within 6 months… Texas Health Resources


8 days ago

Director of Facilities & Environmental Services

Texas Health Resources Plano, TX

Texas Health Plano is seeking to hire a Director of Facility Management and Environmental Services for our 366 bed hospital and medical campus. This… Texas Health Resources


26 days ago

Director of Patient Access - Plano & Allen

Texas Health Resources Plano, TX

Texas Health Resources seeks to hire a Director of Patient Access who will oversee and guide this strategic function at two of our hospitals, Texas… Texas Health Resources


15 days ago

Ultrasonographer II PRN - Diagnostic Radiology

Texas Health Resources Plano, TX

Maintains patient safety. Assess level of patient care. Identifies and validates exam. Imaging Procedures… Texas Health Resources


28 days ago

Sterile Processing Supervisor - Central Sterile

Texas Health Resources Plano, TX

Positive interpersonal skills, ability to function in a fast paced environment, proactive problem solving skills. Organizational skills to direct and… Texas Health Resources


23 hrs ago

RN II - CVOR - Surgery - Full Time – new

Texas Health Resources Plano, TX

*Experience circulating in General Surgery as well. *Should be a strong communicator and possess strong critical thinking skills. *Must be able to… Texas Health Resources


4 days ago

HVAC TECHNICIAN

Texas Health Resources Plano, TX

(including, but not limited to) Good communication/organizational skills; ability to make independent decisions and… Texas Health Resources


23 hrs ago

RN II: High Risk OB (nights) – new

Texas Health Resources Plano, TX

RN II: High Risk OB (nights) Location: Texas Health Plano Job ID: 62803 Department: ANTEPARTUM Area of Interest: RN Job Type: Full Time Shift: 3rd… Texas Health Resources


13 days ago

RN--Radiology Diagnostics--PRN

Texas Health Resources Plano, TX

Texas Health Plano has initiated a search for a Registered Nurse on a part time basis for the Radiology Dept… Texas Health Resources


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    Laid off after a multi-million dollar ad and name change campaign.

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    Former Employee - Health Information Specialist  in  Plano, TX
    Former Employee - Health Information Specialist in Plano, TX

    I worked at Texas Health Resources full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    For the most part, working at the specific hospital of TH Plano was ok. The education assistance was pretty awesome, even for those not going into nursing or other medical fields. They tried to come up with interesting ways to say they appreciated employees. Employee day at Six Flags, things like that.

    Cons

    Benefits could have been better, especially considering it was a healthcare institution, not much room to move up if you weren't in a medical field. It often felt like the non-medical personnel were not as important or "worthy" as the medical personnel, though if it weren't for us, the hospital wouldn't run.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Don't run a multi-million ad and name change campaign (including a Super Bowl commercial) then tell people you're laying them off because of the economy. It kind of creates bitter former employees. It was actually 2009, though that year was not available.

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