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Nova Medical Centers (Texas) Radiologic Technologist Reviews

Updated 2 de Apr 2018

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    "Radiographers: do not consider working here!"

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    Current Employee - Radiologic Technologist in Houston, TX
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at Nova Medical Centers (Texas) full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    no weekend, no call

    Cons

    80% of a radiographer's day will be spent doing alcohol breath testing and drug testing. 10% of your day cleaning toilets, mopping floors (being housekeeping personnel instead of being a radiographer) 10% will be actually performing YOUR JOB AS A RADIOGRAPHER! Ridiculous! You will not be informed of this fact during the interview that you will be expected to perform the duties of housekeeper and MA. Nova only... began giving pay raised 09/2017. Most were only 20 cents. Radiographers this is a job with no possible advancement.

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    Advice to Management

    Stop misleading potential employees regarding the job duties. High turn over due to non disclosure. Hire Housekeeping staff. Monitor your Supervisors, several are very unethical. Increase PTO accruals. Take the Lead in showing HONOR to your employees who only want to work hard to make the patients want to return to your facilities again.

    Nova Medical Centers (Texas)2018-04-03
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    "Mistreatment of Rad Techs/Horrible"

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    Former Employee - Radiologic Technologist 
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Nova Medical Centers (Texas) full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Gain experience to move elsewhere.

    Cons

    Horrible treatment of clinical staff. X-ray equipment is not inspected as needed and the equipment is extremely old. Upper management has no idea how to properly upkeep the equipment. When it breaks, you have to literally dumb down everything so they will FINALLY get a better idea of what is wrong and what needs to be fixed. Technique charts are not even close to being accurate. Required to do daily QA, but they... have no idea what the S# range should be so QA is pointless. Required to clean the whole clinic top to bottom DAILY such as cleaning toilets, sweeping and mopping floors, washing windows, cleaning walls, and vacuuming. Addition to doing janitorial duties on top of x-rays, you are also are a medical assistant, front desk clerk, drug screen collector, breath alcohol tech, and perform EKGs, audiograms, respiratory fit tests, and any other services they offer. Management will literally watch you on the installed cameras in the clinic and will call you if they see you sitting there doing nothing for more than 60 seconds or if they don't like something you're doing. Vacation time is rare as they never have someone to cover you... and don't try to call in sick as they want all the proof in the world you are sick including diagnosis (which is a HIPAA violation). They also created a policy that Spanish speaking is not allowed unless it is for a patient (EEOC violation). They also require every week you come in 45 minutes before opening for a meeting but you are not allowed to clock in (Labor laws violation). Don't stand up for yourself or your rights either; HR and management will do everything to get rid of you. This place is beyond ridiculous and I've never been so stressed out to the point of almost having a mental breakdown. This place does NOT care AT ALL about their clinical staff. The pay is also extremely low for the amount of work you do.

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    Advice to Management

    Treat your clinical staff with dignity and respect and realize they are actually people with personal lives instead of robots. Hire actual janitors to clean the clinic after hours instead of trying to be greedy. Research employees' rights and actually abide by your own policies.

    Nova Medical Centers (Texas)2017-10-20
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