Patient Care Technician Reviews

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Based on 1,073 responses, the job of Patient Care Technician has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.82 out of 5. On average, Patient Care Technicians are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Patient Care Technician?

January 2019
"Love my job."
Patient Care Technician in Voorhees:
Pros: Helping the patients
Cons: Need more money
January 2019
"It's not bad."
Patient Care Technician in New Bern:
Pros: The learning experience
Cons: Being flexed around without notice
January 2019
"As we are under new management my location continues to struggle with communication and teamwork. As far as the patients I continue to show my deepest concern and compassion."
Patient Care Technician in Milwaukee:
Pros: My time I spend caring for patients. Knowing that majority of the time we all just needs someone to be in their presence.
Cons: The lack of communication and teamwork
January 2019
"Sorry there is nothing we can do."
Patient Care Technician in Montgomery:
Pros: what i like most about baptist health is that some of the people on your team actually love what they are doing and are amazing in their position
Cons: the pay is horrible and some of the staff are impolite the department managers don't care about their workers (employees) majority of the Dr's have a God complex they act like that they are above god.
February 2019
Patient Care Technician:
The pct's are payed very little, understaffed, overworked, showed no appreciation, for this I give CHS a one star rating. The company seems to be having more people slack of and not care, till employees lean to work as a team , I dont see that it will ever make a positive impact on chs.
February 2019
"Discriminatory."
Patient Care Technician in Philadelphia:
Pros: Taking care of oatients
Cons: Not feeling equal
February 2019
Patient Care Technician:
I really enjoy the many opportunities that my job here has given me to learn new job skills . I have met some awesome co-workers. My experience with the patients and their family members have been incredibly rewarding. I can honestly say, I love my job.