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Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center

921 Gessner Rd Houston, TX

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Hospital Bio

Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center located in the heart of west Houston has been serving area families since 1971. With more than 1,000 affiliated medical staff, 1,600 employees and 426 licensed hospital beds, Memorial City boasts state-of-the-art facilities designed to enhance its nationally recognized healthcare services while adding to the comfort of patients and families.

Hospital Info

Facility Type: Acute Care Hospitals

Ownership: Voluntary non-profit - Private

Military Hospital: No

Awards/Certifications: 100 Top Hospitals by Truven Analytics, American Heart Association's Get With The GuidelinesĀ® Heart Failure Gold-Plus Quality Achievement Award, John M. Eisenberg Award for Patient Safety and Quality, Magnet Award

Teaching Hospital: Yes

Trauma Level: Level I Trauma Center, Level III Neonatal ICU

Number of beds: 426

Services At This Hospital

  • Breast Center
  • Cancer Center
  • Children's Services
  • Digestive Health Center
  • Heart & Vascular Institute
  • Imaging Center
  • Ironman Sports Medicine Institute
  • Sleep Center
  • TIRR Memorial Hermann - Outpatient Rehabilitation
  • Women's Memorial Hermann
  • Wound Care
4.2 review

Neonatal ICU (NICU)

NICU Nurse

PROS:

I love everything there. It was perfect except I have young children at the time, and the schedule was not suitable for me.

CONS:

Pay was not that much and the schedule was not suitable for my younger children at the time.

Neonatal ICU (NICU)

I started my specialty NICU there and got the best experience of my lifetime.

PROS:

I have no complaints with the people I worked with. Everybody was professional and it was a good learning environment for me at the time.

CONS:

My shift 3-11, was not ideal for a Nurse with young children at the time.

Medical-Surgical (MS, Med-Surg)

LVN

PROS:

schedule , coworkers, pay, facility, it's a nice place to work, 401k, vacation hours, patients, don't know what else to say

CONS:

Only thing con would be parking

Ambulatory Care

Lvn

PROS:

Conworkers become family, pay is fair, atmosphere is busy alot of learning and skill advancement. Always offering ways to educate and promote their staff

CONS:

Facility is busy, the pay is fair, must have patience with dealing with mental patients, convicts and emergency situations. Facilitu is very huge, a lot of traffic going on. Must pay for parking which is offered at a discounted rate for employees

Emergency Room (ER)

Work in ER for a year

PROS:

great teamwork, good recourses and availability to grow and become certified

CONS:

Very busy ER in which nursing staff is now triaging patients in the room. This can be annoying sometimes when they bed several patients at once.

Ambulatory Care

Oncology

PROS:

Pay is awesome, would recommend anyone there. Very welcoming. Staff and management is great and very helpful. Doctors are knowledgeable.

CONS:

Ratio good

Emergency Room (ER)

ER RN

PROS:

Great management and coworkers. Management is very considerate when scheduling. Patient ratio is 4:1., Trauma bay 3:1. Charge nurse are 100% team players!

CONS:

no complaints!

Emergency Room (ER)

Great experience for Trauma ER Nursing

PROS:

Co workers work hard as a team; scheduling is fair.Experience is intense and very sick people. Education is free and supportive

CONS:

Management and Administration don't appreciate employee. Underpaid; vacations times are limited with strict limitations

Ambulatory Care

It was great the nurses was very competent

PROS:

The people is very respectable and easy to work with and not scared to teach and learn. People who work here is very knowledgeable about nursing and how to care for their patients

CONS:

They are traveling nurses ao sometimes you don't get to see them as much

Telemetry

Four Stars

PROS:

This unit is very fast paced and will continue to challenge you

CONS:

None

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