Mission: Provide quality healthcare in Christian love, service and dignity.
I worked at BSA Health System full-time
It is a high demand job, challenging, a great experience and it pays well. You get to work with many people, from many areas in healthcare.
There is no set training plan, therefore, it was not as effective as it could have been if there were a written plan. Some areas were missed and forgotten, therefore there was no training in some areas. Also, there is not enough flexibility in the schedule if you have to miss work. There is no way to make up work missed (if you have legit circumstances that are out of your control, causing you to miss work without notice and frequently, this is not the job to apply for).
Advice to Management
There were a lot of contradictions regarding what management was offering and what they actually provided. Do not offer something you have no intention of following through with, it is a waste of everyone's time. "Say what you mean, and mean what you say." Also, listen to ALL employees concerns.
I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at BSA Health System (Amarillo, TX).
The interview was lengthy, but didn't take an enormous amount of time. I was interviewed by 3 people, one of which told me they didn't want to hire me, after the fact-that he/she chose someone else, but ultimately got me.
This week more than 150 pairs of shoes were donated by employees for the Mission Amarillo shoe drive! Mission Amarillo was able to restock their shelves for students and we are honored to participate in this effort to help area students start school on the right foot! #BSACares
Congratulations to Mary Ann Zartun - our July Employee of the Month who goes above and beyond demonstrating the Power of One! Mary Ann is an operator in the PBX Department and has worked at BSA for 23 years.