Great place to work
The staff at MCA was wonderful and very helpful. It's ran very smoothly. All the departments work well together as a team.
I enjoyed working here because it allowed me to use my skills as a professional nurse
Worked PRN but usually worked 24-40 week...depending on schedule at home. Allowed me to work nights and weekends so I could be home with my little ones during the week. I worked med-surg, PCCU, post-partum, rehab. Able to grow as a nurse professionally.
There were some unethical management issues before I left there, but those people aren't there now.
Difficult working conditions due to the unethical issues, but before that I enjoyed working there very much. I liked most of the people I worked with very much. That's why I worked there for 26 years.
theres no management structure what so ever.no communication.they preach that patient satisfaction is our main goal, but nurses give the LAZIEST patient care.if you plan to work here and actually do your job, beware, you'll be everyones target.i worked here 3 years and my last year there has been the worst since our upper management has left.
Lots of patients per nurse. Prefer the surgery center. Worked nights and liked the nurses I worked with but felt like I could serve my patients better with lower nurse patient ratio.
Getting Better Every Day
The Exec Team is supportive and a joy to work with. The Surgeons are terrific. The extended working hours and 24/7 call for the managers is not an ideal experience with teenagers and the work/life balance is lacking.The best part about MCA is the incredible compassion the Nurses and Physicians have for their patients.
good place to work
started staff nurse med/surg carrier there, learned alot and very helpfull esp the charge nurse at that time.
Productive, stressful and fun place to work
A typical day at work would be first opening up your email to keep up with updates. Touch bases with House Supervior to get update on if hospital units are fully staffed for the morning or short of nurses for the morning. After which you start calling nurses or techs to come to work for 7a-7p shifts if shortage. After certain time of day, you began working on 7p-7a shift making sure that all units are covered for that shift. You work closel with an agency to make sure if extra nurses are needed you have everything covered that night shift. You recheck to make sure if you have enough nurses or techs and if you do at a certain hour you fax staffing to different units. Meanwhile, you answer calls inbetween because you have employees call in sick.The hardest part of the job: when you spend half of your morning getting nurses or techs to come in for 7a-7p shift because the units do not have enough employees per ratio of patients.The most enjoyable part of the job is you gain so much knowledge from everyone you come into contact with. You learn about their families and gain the knowledge of medical terms you only heard about but actually in the middle of everything.