I have been working at Medical City Healthcare (Less than a year)
Management does an excellent job with hiring and so the people I work with are great. Very professional, solid education and skills, and not much drama. The orientation was also very well put together. Staffing ratios (at least in my department) are comfortable. I feel I can give good patient care.
The computer system is from the 1970's, and is slow and cumbersome. The work is tough, and the pay isn't the best.
But what irritates me the most is that we had to buy our own scrubs embroidered with the company logo, in a specific color, and only from 10 different style options (all Landau, Urbane, or Scrub Zone). I spent nearly $100 for two pairs of scrubs that don't fit well, and that I can't wear anywhere else. Not only this, but everyone has to comply except for the doctors, who get to wear whatever they want! Makes me resent working there.
Advice to Management
If you're going to require employees to wear uniforms with the company logo, then the COMPANY should pay for them. Also, Meditech is awful. It's 2017- give us a computer system from this century. It shouldn't take me 20 minutes to enter in an assessment.
I applied through other source. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Medical City Healthcare in September 2013.
Everyone was very friendly. The interview was not at all intimidating. The questions were standard interview and a panel format was used. So I met with many managers/directors that could make it to the interview. I also had the opportunity to meet with senior administration, i.e. CNO, CEO, VPs
Not very much room for negotiation, but was able to counter the offer which was accepted, but still a lower salary compared to previous employer.
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