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HCA, Inc. Reviews
What is it like working at HCA, Inc.?
Endoscopy Technician in Houston:
No love or support for employees, very underpaid, terrible management, good employees never get recognized, long hours, huge turnover rate. No bonuses or incentives. At West Houston Medical Center of Houston TX.
Courier / Messenger in St. Louis:
Pros: When they stop laying down parameters which they ignore themselves.
Cons: Incompetent leaders
Infection Control Practitioner (ICP) in Austin:
Pros: I work with great people who are mission driven and want to make a difference in the lives of the patients we care for.
Cons: I wish they would invest more in training and education, especially for people at the leadership levels.
"Hard work, great benefits, decent compensation but not the highest."
Radiologic Technologist in Nashville:
Pros: Management, benefits, and atmosphere
Cons: Unfair base pay, in some situations. However I think the organization tries very hard to address this issue
Patient Care Technician in Dallas:
Pros: Caring for the oncology patients
Cons: Short staffed, stronger leadership and accountability, lacking respect between shifts
"Longevity and potential to suceed."
Registered Nurse (RN) in Winter Springs:
Pros: Growth at the ASC in low and their are no opportunities to move up. At the acute level in the hospital, growth is available and expected.
Cons: Growth at the ASC in low and their are no opportunities to move up. At the acute level in the hospital, growth is available and expected.
Charge Nurse (RN) in Sylvania:
Pros: It's close to home, 12 hour shifts
Cons: Changes in policy at Management's discretion. Favoritism. Working short staffed