Based on 1,118 responses, the job of Patient Care Technician has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.78 out of 5. On average, Patient Care Technicians are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Patient Care Technician?
I like it.but need more structure.
Patient Care Technician in Philadelphia:
Cons: It a great place just need more structure and more appreciation for the employees
Patient Care Technician in Overland Park:
Pros: Routine. Teamwork evident most of the time.
Cons: 1:9 or more patient ratio depending on staffing. Other coworkers lazy/call out with no punishment. Terrible employee took 5 full years to fire. No consequences or repercussions for cutting corners/poor quality work. Pay is just dismal for dayshift weekday.
Patient Care Technician in Dallas:
Pros: Caring for the oncology patients
Cons: Short staffed, stronger leadership and accountability, lacking respect between shifts
Very rewarding, but can be a difficult job.
Patient Care Technician in Camden:
Pros: I love being able to care for my Cancer patients
Cons: Pay scale
It's a job that will fired you but doesn't lay you off.
Patient Care Technician in Addison:
Pros: The doctors very friendly
Cons: Work a lot without enough help
I enjoy the work. It’s a busy place.
Patient Care Technician in Kansas City:
Pros: Coworkers are nice and mostly all have been very welcoming.
Cons: I feel things should fairly the same on each unit.
I feel like I am on the plantation like my ancestors and I am very over worked and underpaid for what I do.
Patient Care Technician in Ellicott City:
Pros: I love taking care of my patients
Cons: everything else but taking care of the patients