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16 days ago

RN Operating Room Circulator

United Surgical Partners Mineola, NY

experience working as a circulator required. BSN preferred. Minimum Experience: 2 Preferred Experience… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Clinical Director

United Surgical Partners International Jersey City, NJ

of the job responsibilities and performance expectations are intended to reflect the major… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Insurance Verifier

United Surgical Partners International Paramus, NJ

Experience billing in a surgical environment a plus! Gather and verify insurance benefits by reviewing our insurance contract and patient’s quoted… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Receptionist/Registration Coordinator

United Surgical Partners International Verona, NJ

High school graduate or equivalent. *One year previous experience or some hospital clerical experience or medical terminology preferred. *Must have… Glassdoor

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William H. Wilcox
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    Terrible management

    Former Employee - Staff RN in Austell, GA
    Former Employee - Staff RN in Austell, GA

    I worked at United Surgical Partners part-time (more than 3 years)


    Decent pay for this area of the country
    Facility good/clean


    While they preach that patient care comes first, they put most emphasis on cost. They have totally lost focus of the mission statement by making it nearly impossible to work efficiently or as a team. Staffed now by mainly agency RNs after the exit of four out of six RNs a year ago, not to mention, taking away necessary pieces of equipment for critical care area (PACU). Management has absolutely no idea of the needs of the RNs, nor do they seem to care. The nursing administrator has only an ADN, which does not provide for any nursing management training, and it shows.

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    Pay attention to your facilities that are not in Texas. This is NOT the USPI I know from 5 years ago. Staff used to be treated with respect and like we were really worth something, and patient care was number one. We had what we needed for good patient care and had a good, stable staff that worked together as a great team. A good team and happy staff ALWAYS translates to great patient care. Get back your focus and get rid of ineffective management.

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